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We were only meant to be having a quick coffee but he immediately launched into a rant about how terrible his life was now. There was pus he explained, and did I want to see it? Needless to say I wish I'd never met up with him. We met in front of the student union as he was trying to get people to sign up for mailing lists, and some how I ended up signing up for a date. Skip ahead a couple of days and I’m late for an important lecture and I had to floor my 1.1 Kia Picanto after my spa treatment ran over.He'd lost his job, tried to ‘rebrand’ as a comedian, which didn’t work out (I think because he had no sense of humour at all? As someone rushed in front of me, I screeched to a halt, beeping my horn manically, as a collision was imminent.At first, I wasn’t that put off - until the same thing happened on date number two!I mean, I’m all for going Dutch, but when I’m having to pay for YOUR cab home – boy bye.Distracted by my phone, I wasn’t entirely paying attention when an Iceland delivery truck turned off without signalling, hitting me just above the knee and sending me flying.When a car hits you, your life really does flash before your eyes, and I remember having vague thoughts along the lines of ‘Is this what dying feels like? Luckily, I got up and – aside from some minor-to-moderate pain in my leg – seemed mostly in working order, though slightly shaken up. Iceland did his public service by checking I wasn’t entirely dead, then drove off once I had moved from the road.
You could, according to this 2017 study, end up having a happier relationship with someone you met on Bumble or Happn than anyone you encounter in real life.When we first started speaking, I initially thought that I had hit the jackpot: he had immaculate grammar when texting (which is very important), was really good-looking and seemed totally normal (or so I thought) in a pool of not-so-normal Tinder men.We got on really well during our first date, and I didn’t even mind when he insisted that we take it in turns to buy drinks.1.) He was from Paris and my shallow teen heart obviously translated this as automatically ‘deep’, intelligent and romantic and therefore great date material 2.) He was a musician.Sure, I’d never heard him play anything, but his guitar was glued to him and that was good enough for me.
More people than ever are navigating this treacherous ground thanks to the rise in dating apps and online agencies that allow you to "match" with people you’ve never met and arrange a blind meet-up in the vain hope that they might be able to hold a conversation without doing anything weird.