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As few people actually bother deleting their profile, part of the torment of using OKC is wondering whether the person you've messaged is ignoring you or simply met a lovely bloke six months ago.Mind you, it’s not all bad – there are plenty of lovely women on there, and the site has a huge success rate in matching partners.Another reader, less peculiar than myself, might confess to a touch of apathy regarding credit cards (instruments of social control), but I have always been firmly against them and will go to almost any length to avoid using one.Yet I can admit to a general failure to extrapolate sufficiently from the 1986 scene.

These range from the fairly ordinary (“Could you date a smoker?That was the effect of ''Nineteen Eighty-Four,'' with its scary dating, not 40 years ahead, maybe also of ''Brave New World'' and, to some extent, of ''A Clockwork Orange.'' It is an effect, for me, almost strikingly missing from Margaret Atwood's very readable book ''The Handmaid's Tale,'' offered by the publisher as a ''forecast'' of what we may have in store for us in the quite near future.A standoff will have been achieved vis-a-vis the Russians, and our own country will be ruled by right-wingers and religious fundamentalists, with males restored to the traditional role of warriors and us females to our ''place'' - which, however, will have undergone subdivision into separate sectors, of wives, breeders, servants and so forth, each clothed in the appropriate uniform.One person I know went on the site, answered as many messages as she could manage, didn't bother writing a profile, found a guy with a 99pc match, and is still with him today.As for me, well, I think my experience of the site was typical.

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