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DO get to know the person as well you can via email before deciding to take things further.

With all the information that’s on their profile it’s easy to get a conversation going, even if you’re the shy and introvert type.

Or because you live in small town where everyone knows each other? Just because a date has been arranged does not mean that you have a ready-made relationship.

Possibly you don’t have the confidence to chat to strangers in a bar. The point is, you probably joined because it’s way of meeting new people. Whether it’s being stood up (yes this actually happened to me…twice! Make the most of it and if they don’t quite fit the bill for you then click ‘Next’.

Don’t be afraid of chatting to people who aren’t your usual ‘type’ because maybe, just maybe, that’s where you were going wrong in the first place. ) or being told by someone on your 7th date that “there just isn’t that spark” (again…this happened to me. For example if you have a phobia of spiders and your beau is insistent that you meet his pet tarantulas, then he probably isn’t the one for you. ” DON’T waffle on and on about your ex, even if your date asks you about what happened.

Only the once, mind.) Yes it might be embarrassing but it’s not likely that you’ll bump into each other again.

, like, “a guy told me he was looking for a girlfriend by next year so he’d have someone to split rent with.” Then there was the charmer who told his date about the time he “got wasted, peed and mopped it up with his clothes, and then wore them.” Um, yeah.

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