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Sarah first became involved with dating because of her own single friends.
“I remember in my twenties, everyone would go to a pub, two or three times a week … and everyone would pile in and just hang out and have a really nice time.
came about because of an idea that Sarah Beeney (who I am sure you have seen from the television) had one night after enjoying matchmaking for her friends.
I would say it is one of the most modern online dating websites I have encountered, even though not the most well known, and with the traditional basics of any other dating site to keep it balanced, along with the fun slant on the site, it has proved to be very successful.
The pool was getting smaller and it was getting harder and harder for the single people to meet new people, and I just thought wouldn’t it be great if we could artificially make that big group again online! From the perspective of someone who was in her early twenties when MSF in what I would consider the company’s hay day, My Single Friend played a significant role in changing the face of online dating.
By using peoples’ friends as wingmen, doing the ‘online sell’ for their friends, the site removed some of the stigma which has surrounded online dating from its inception.
And because their friends were signing them up, they had people to talk to about it all.Sarah describes her first encounter with a My Single Friend baby (or ‘Beeny baby’ as MSF MD Gail Mc Lachlan likes to call them!) “I was walking through St George’s Hospital and this really attractive guy came up, and told me that he’d met his wife through My Single Friend.There were these events with lots of single people going on all the time, and as I got to my late twenties, I noticed people started to meet people and have permanent relationships, and suddenly this massive group of people going out stopped happening.That single pool got smaller and smaller and smaller, and I just thought there’s less opportunity to meet people, because there’s less people around, and less people bringing along their friends.