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There is a new dating app which is just for privately educated people

Only match if you love fox hunting


A new dating app has been created, but you can only use if you went to a private school. And no, this isn't a joke.

When you download the app "Toffee", you have to select your private school (and only private school options will come up), declaring "that the information provided is true and correct."

If you're lying, you'll be kicked out because they said they're gonna go a background check made on all your social media.

Toffee Dating. Dating Refined.

Toffee is the world’s first dating app for people who were privately educated. We set it up because we know people from similar backgrounds are more likely to stick together.

Posted by Toffee.Dating on Saturday, March 24, 2018

The app is meant to be for "people who hold similar views and values, and have shared the same life experiences, such as going through the same education system."

Toffee claims that those who went to private school "are more likely to be attracted to each other and stick together.”

The app is desperately trying to recruit people before it launches tomorrow, so they're looking for "founding members."

Those added on the pre-launch list get six months free membership and free entry to Mahiki, Embargo's and a free ticket and complimentary drink at Chesterton's Polo in the Park.

The dating site has an Instagram account which posts rules and date inspirations. One of which is: "Rule 53 – A gentleman never brings up Brexit during Supper."

A date inspiration includes: "Chesterton's Polo in the Park and Science Museum lates."

The founder, Lydia Davis, hopes to recruit Made in Chelsea's Georgia Toffolo and Henry Cavill to be the face of Toffee.

She says: "There is a niche for people who are privately educated. The app has a social calendar for events like Henley, and a graph that depicts how much time you spend in the country and how adventurous you are."

The app has had a lot of backlash already, with some people branding it "classist" and "elitist", while others see it as a place to connect like minded people.

What do you think?

Featured image credit to Swingers Club, Newcastle.