He has the sizzling six pack, dreamy dimples and even previous reality show experience, but hunky model Jason Dundas says he could never be The Bachelor.
The 35-year-old, who recently wrapped up his male ambassador gig with David Jones, reveals he's looking forward to watching Matty J's season of the popular dating show, but finding love on television is not on his to-do list.
But am I being naive in thinking sugar daddy dating is simply a case of click and collect, or are online arrangements one step away from selling yourself to the highest bidder?
I signed up to where ‘the classy, attractive and affluent meet’.
Create your This Is Me profile and use it to register new accounts within seconds.
These days our identity data is being shared without regard for our right to privacy.
In reality, you spend most Saturdays hungover while looking at #Fitspiration photos on Instagram, you keep swearing to give up dating apps while mechanically swiping right and you’re seriously considering retraining as a zoo keeper.
The concept of a quarter-life crisis is nothing new, with research conducted by Gumtree in 2011 suggesting 86% of young people feel under pressure to be “successful” in all aspects of life before hitting 30.
Why struggle with unnecessary amounts of paperwork?
Imagine creating new, secure accounts within seconds.
Now, thanks to online dating, so-called ‘mutually beneficial’ relationships have never been easier to come by.
I love the idea of Richard Gere bankrolling my shopping trips to Selfridges every weekend, and I can’t see much wrong with two consenting adults agreeing to a relationship that suits them both.
“By the time we reach our mid-twenties, there are a lot of social pressures around the idea of ‘having your shit together’ – i.e you have a career sorted, you are settled into a conventional relationship, you own a nice car and a comfortable home and you are probably thinking about marriage and kids,” they told Huff Post UK.“All of these ‘lifestyles’ are being marketed to a generation that are saddled with debt (especially if they’ve chosen to go to university), but more so, to a generation who have grown up with the internet and therefore with a boundless pool of choices when it comes to careers.”“The idea of a single career narrative - that lots of our parents experienced - has been replaced by that of the portfolio career.