Pesky colleagues always asking about your love life? Nosy parents want to know how they'll become grandparents if you're not on the dating scene?
Or are your loved-up friends determined to set you up because you can't possibly be happy and single?
A new dating app in the US is providing a solution for this relationship pressure with a "cover-up" service called The Invisible Boyfriend, which lets you text an imaginary partner.
But while some are using the service to get themselves off the hook, are others getting too attached? And who is behind the messages and the profiles of users' perfect partners?
Reported and edited by Olivia Crellin
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