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But crucially, it also enables one person to contact another within a 10 metre radius without knowing their phone number.Ahmed Bin Desmal's friends joke that he is a "Bluetooth king".Many of the city's black-shrouded UAE girls say they cannot check out the latest fashions in Zara or sip a smoothie in a cafe without being bombarded with the phone numbers of hopeful admirers.Among UAE nationals - as the minority of the UAE's residents that are not expatriates are called - it is generally considered impolite for a man to speak to a woman he is neither married nor related to in public.Are you a gentleman looking for a new lady in United Arab Emirates?If you are single and want to find a local lady for a long term relationship, the United Arab Emirates Women Seeking Men category is the place to find your new girlfriend.Traditionally, a young man's first amorous approach to a woman is supposed to be a marriage proposal made by his parents to her parents.
Ahmed, 26, is in love with his girlfriend of five years, but neither of their families know. She knows all my secrets, I know her secrets," he says."I sent some notes, they liked them - they took my number and they called me.I say nice things - I'm into poems." While to many like Ahmed, Bluetooth is just a way to start a conversation, for some it can go much further.The 20-year-old says he has used the technology to send notes to girls he sees in public places.
"In our country it's very rude to go up and talk to them," he says.
As part of a series on young people in the Middle East, the BBC News website discovers how technology is aiding the secret liaisons of young men and women in the conservative culture of the United Arab Emirates.