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Either way, it’s going in the weird box (as it were).

Wrong As I’m surfing the web, researching more and more of the baffling array of choices for the online dater, a pop-up box keeps appearing, beseeching me to click on it because a “single millionaire wants to travel with a pretty girl just like you! Intrigued, I click on the link is to Misstravel.com, which asks users to select from two options “attractive” and “generous” (it is, as we all know, absolutely impossible to be both) and pairs wealthy globe-trotters with the hot companions they are apparently so desperate to seek.

A study by Chicago University in 2013 also found that couples who meet online are 25 per cent less likely to end in divorce or separation than those that began through friends or chance.

In a bid to pour some clarity on the issue, I investigated the vast and (occasionally) terrifying world of dating websites.

I found sites fit broadly into four categories: Standard, Specific (sometimes laughably so), weird and plain wrong.