Ah, Tinder - everyone's favourite online meat market. It's not entirely clear whether anyone on there ever makes a meaningful relationship after meeting up on Tinder, but what's the harm in trying?
If you're new to Tinder, you are basically presented with a list of photos of other people nearby and you swipe left if you don't fancy them, and right if you do - it's that simple.
If you and another person both swipe each other right you match up, and it'll let you know. Hooking up has never been easier - God bless the internet age.
Anyway, this means that there is a certain amount of internal competition going on and as a result of this we can now clear up the question of who are the most right-swiped people on Tinder once and for all.
As you might expect, they're all strikingly beautiful - it makes me sick. The fact that they are all seemingly single is the most interesting part about it.
Following the basic rules of Tinder, none of them give away a great deal in their biographies anyway, but who cares what they are actually like as people, am I right?
We've got an Irish dancer, a cabin crew member, a semi-pro footballer - it takes all sorts.
We've got David, 26, from Bradford - he describes himself with the bio "26, from Bradford" - mysterious.
Then we've got Vitalijus - the cabin crew manager mentioned earlier - his bio reads: "I like it simple and honest. Chemistry is all that matters. Terms and conditions apply."
In the female category we've got Immy, 18, from Surrey. It's a daring shot to say the least. Her bio reads: "Happy chap" - simple, and to the point.
And then there is Amy, from London. She doesn't have a bio and simply asks that you listen to "You Make My Dreams Come True" by Hall and Oates.
To be fair to her, it's a stone cold classic.
Anyway, these are just a few of the leading right-swipers. There are a whole load more out there, but I feel bad enough about myself as it is
It's not all about getting right-swiped though, you've still got to make a meaningful relationship with whoever you match with and the more there are, the more likely that they are going to turn out to be a nutter.
Also, as a wise man once said - there is more to life that just being ridiculously good looking.
Not much, though.