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The platform famed for music and personalisation was the world’s most popular social networking site until 2008.

(Face Pics, Faceparty etc) I've signed up for a few over the years but I tend to notice that the majority of girls who use them seem really slutty and are illiterate.

So is it the ease of the hook up via Tinder that has strangled our dating culture or did Ireland ever have a dating culture to begin with?

Are Irish people more interested in an American style dating culture?

I think it’s about time someone took a look at those early social sites, to see what has happened to them.

Friendster One of the first social networks to attract 1 million users and the world’s leading social site (page views) between 2002-2004.

Step forward, then, Plenty Of, a dating site that may be on the verge of committing spectacular suicide.

Free to join, POF is one of the largest dating sites on the web, allowing a relatively hassle-and-weirdo-free experience of online dating; no naked pictures, no fee for the majority of services and no obligation.

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The functionality was very simple – adding friends, sending messages and sharing media were all popular activities.

Such was its success and position at the time, a million offer from Google was declined in 2003. Myspace soon built a larger user base, Facebook and Twitter followed shortly after, and Friendster soon had to change direction.

But is that a fair reflection of the Irish dating culture?

Do you remember the days before Instagram and Snapchat, when Facebook and Twitter were just getting started, and when social networking felt new?