Uniform dating women
I came upon some interesting statistics the other day, resulting from a survey conducted by Uniformdating.com, and apparently,a whopping 82% of Australians would consider entering into a relationship with a man or woman in professional uniform!
Parichat 'Pang' Chatsri, 26, was made to quit after a photo of her at a private hospital in Isan, Thailand, went viral on social media.(Yes, there really is a dating service for everybody!) Already a hit in the UK, is a new bespoke online dating service that’s just launched in Australia to provide a unique dating solution for Aussie uniform wearers.Others are quick to point out that they’re not uncool just because they enforce the law.One 31-year-old officer from The Bronx, who includes a photo of himself in full uniform, says, “I promise, I’m not a bad guy.” An NYPD rep said that it’s against policy for officers to post pictures of themselves in uniform — but that the rule is not strictly enforced.The survey reported that almost a quarter of uniform-wearers (who describe themselves as trustworthy and loyal in the survey) had a relationship terminate due to long working hours.
The survey also found that a third of Sydneysiders believe that service men and women looked “unapproachably tough” in their uniforms (…
“I’m searching [for] a dream but can’t find time to meet someone,” he writes.
The stats are in (and, drum roll…) Australia is a nation of uniform-lovers!
The such online profiles as OKCupid and Match.comshow uniformed cops snapping selfies in mirrors, posing next to police vehicles and patrolling the streets.
NYPD officers are posting photos of themselves in full uniform on dating Web sites to attract women.
We would love to know your views on the idea of “uniform dating”, and whether it’s something you would consider trying!