" I think there are lots of ways to tell, and I described some of them, including criteria based on scientific research as well as other indicators I surmised based on my own reading, experiences, and the many stories that other singles tell me.But how, I was soon asked, does "single at heart" differ from quirkyalone?The concept said: We are people who are happily single, with friends and passions and full lives, we'd love to be coupled with the perfect person - made all the difference.Quirkyalones are not threatening to people who are coupled at heart.(The online version is different.) There are some quiz questions to which I'd happily answer yes.They are questions that could easily fit within the "single at heart" framework.
A person who enjoys being single (but is not opposed to being in a relationship) and generally prefers to be alone rather than date for the sake of being in a couple. Through the coining of a new word, this tribe has been given a voice.
On a fine but by no means transcendent date, we dream of going home to watch television.