Perhaps it’s being single for too long… Or not long enough… But I reckon Santa is my ideal man, and here’s why… His job keeps him busy, but he works from home – meaning we won’t live in each other’s pockets but there’s always time for a mid-afternoon romp I would live in the … More on why Santa is my ideal man
I’m looking for a long-term relationship with a man similar enough to me that we can forge our relationship over our shared interest in interior design, existential theories and prison documentaries. But different enough that he can teach me about the offside rule, what herbs complement what meat and I can tell him about Greek … More when I say I don’t know what I’m looking for right now…
I have no idea what I’m doing in my life.
I’m fine. Don’t worry about him. No, the dress isn’t too short.You’ll get over it. No, you don’t look fat. I’ll never drink again. I’ll never date again. I’ll never date HIM again. I’ve read the terms and conditions. I’m over him. I’ve never felt like this with anyone else before. Sorry I can’t see … More lies I’ve told; an incomplete list
So you’ve scared them won them over with your opening lines, the law of probability says that eventually you’ll match, chat and bag yourself a date. And if I can bag a date with my lines, there’s hope for us all. But where do you go? This could be a story you’re telling your grandchildren … More The Patty and Bun Theory
(*tried and tested) Every time I log into Bumble (after uninstalling it for the 2nd time that week) I am at first filled with hope and romance, which is quickly replaced by questioning why I do it to myself. I thought dating apps would boost my self confidence but all they have done is left … More on Bumble opening lines*
Last time I was single Tinder was something reserved for the world of hook-ups and sordid fantasies. But in the time my last relationship had blossomed and subsequently crashed and burned – Tinder had become not only a hook-up app, but also a place for people to meet their true love. People have met, fallen … More on dating, again