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I also decided to give my Tinder and Bumble profiles a little revamp, just to try and get a full cross section of all of the most used apps here.

In terms of selecting pictures, something I noticed while trawling through profiles, is that the Argentine boys definitely get their profiles a bit more “right” than your average English boy.

Is it really any wonder that success rates are so much lower when we’ve got almost only a third of the choice that Argentines have?

” I was also asked my political views in the UK, as well as what I thought of the current political situation in Argentina.

In England, it’s sort of an unwritten rule to avoid any direct, controversial conversation, especially politics, until you are much closer with someone – I guess the Argentines don’t mind if the first date gets a little heated.

Last year, an article published by the showed that 9 out of 10 British singles have never asked or considered asking a stranger out for a drink.

I have found, however, that I have been approached by more men here in the last two months (whether it be in person or online) than I have in my whole dating career up until now. Have I suddenly become way prettier (which is obviously a possibility), or do the Argentines have this whole dating thing nailed down better than the Brits?

By contrast, I believe that here in Buenos Aires, so far, all of the matches I have made have been more genuine and with people who actually have an interest in meeting you – or at least getting to know you a little. A fairly gorgeous, 25-year-old man, with a relatively well put-together Happn profile, English speaking, and willing to spark up a conversation with a little more than “hi!

” – admittedly it wasn’t ground-breaking but it was enough to motivate a response.

However, after only being here two months, it’s clear that Argentine men are much less awkward, and more accustomed to gushing their hearts out to a total stranger – there is definitely something to be said for the saying, ‘let’s not beat around the bush!

’It didn’t take me long to realize that the dating culture in Argentina differs to that of the UK in quite a few ways.

There are, of course, the obvious differences right from the outset, that moment when you catch eyes with someone, and you both know that you want the other person to make a move.

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