“Tinder is 100 percent the worst dating site I’ve used,” says Abigail.

“It’s full of absolute weirdos.” Temi, meanwhile, has better success on Tinder.

“Steady people but a bit boring.” “I’ve heard Ok Cupid described as a younger version of Match.com,” says Temi.

“They’re an easygoing crowd who aren’t necessarily desperate for a relationship.” But if you’re after something longer term?

“It’s for people who are perhaps a little apprehensive about online dating because it doesn’t feel like a dating site—you’re just swiping pictures.

It’s a slightly cooler crowd.” Plenty of Fish is the most difficult site she’s tried. They all seem quite creepy, and you just get lots of gross messages on there.” “Hinge is my overall favorite,” says Abigail.

Mind The Gap caught up with two single British women who know their way around the modern New York dating scene, where most of the groundwork is now done online.

“Meeting people in London was a lot more straightforward,” says Temi, 27, a Brooklynite of two-and-a-half years. The best thing is I’ve met some really cool and interesting people and stayed friends with them.” It takes longer for relationships to get serious in the U.

When he went to the bathroom, I checked my Tinder messages,” says Temi.

“Later, I wanted to show him a picture on my phone but my Tinder app was still running, and it showed I had been messaging someone. He was like, ‘Let’s just talk about the fact that you were on Tinder when I was in the bathroom.’ We laughed about it, but it was awkward, and I didn’t see him again.” Is it hard to find a keeper in NYC?

“He cut all my food up for me and wouldn’t let me use my own fork. Online, the man seemed normal to a fault, but turned out to be a proper weirdo.

Another guy I went out with had a phobia of nudity.

“Unusual.” “There’s either something physically very strange about them or they’re just a really odd person who likes telling you about how different they are.