These awkward Tinder profiles are incredibly cringe-worthy.
The UK’s first dating app purely for those educated at private schools is set to launch this spring.
“Also, if people only want to date other people who went to private school, I suppose that eliminates them from the pool so the rest of us can have someone decent!
“Among the many apps out there, there isn’t one for people who were privately educated, so Toﬀee can ﬁll that space.Toffee says its "sophisticated matching algorithm" will do members "dating homework for them".Snaps of the app reveal it has a similar set-up to Tinder, with a like and dislike button.We are not all A* students- If you want intellectual conversation we can hold our own- if we were awarded a b or a c, it doesn't mean that we are socially inept.We do not always have impressive jobs- Private school preps you well- however it does not guarantee a top league job when you graduate.The app claims to have two unique features - personal interest and attribute "sliders" - where people can rank how important things are to them, such as sports.And they can then specify, saying which sports or social events they’re most likely to go to.“Obviously it’s completely elitist and outdated and personally I wouldn’t go near it but different people have different priorities - there are loads of niche dating apps out there (including ones most would consider racist) so I don’t know why we should attack this one particularly.” A dating app purely for the privately educated is undoubtedly a controversial concept, but it remains to be seen whether there’s enough of a market for it to be successful.We are not rich- Just because our parents could afford to put us through private school does not mean that we are raking in it and will pay for every date we go on- nah-ah!It's nothing like St Trinians We are not posh- If our school was in a place that has a strong accent- we have that accent too- so forget the Bridget Jones/ Rachel Weisz/ Felicity Jones RP Queen's English- we don't have it- and don't ask us to put it on during sexual play either.Or insist that we wear a school uniform for your titillation- we spent far longer in those things than you ever did.Toffee has been founded on the basis that “people who hold similar views and values, and have shared the same life experiences (such as going through the same education system) are more likely to be attracted to each other and stick together.” “So many people looking for a match say they want to meet someone that shares their interests and background,” says Davis, who is also a matchmaker at Mutual Attraction.“It’s about bringing people together who are compatible and have lots in common.It’s about more single people in London getting together and sticking together. ” Although the official launch date has not been announced, privately educated singletons can sign up to the pre-launch waiting list and become a Founder Member.