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I’ve had a few relationships, but have been single for a few years.
It was a really good evening, and yes, there was a proper passionate kiss at the end.We plan to see each other again, and are in touch all the time.On our first date, I soon realised he is a really fun guy, and we both talked about everything from my pet hate, scientifically inaccurate sci-fi movies, to our taste in music. He joked that it must be awful to watch sci-fi with me as I would point out all the faults, and I poked fun at him, picturing him dancing rumba around the house.After we posed the question that plagues so many single women: where have all the good men gone? So, for this week’s blind date, we sent Laura Hall, one of the women profiled, on a date with Jean-Paul Noel-Cephise, who has also struggled to find a soulmate.They went to theatre-themed restaurant Sarastro in London and, as they tell Dating Doctor Alana Kirk, Cupid struck.On the date, we had an initial chat about the menu and what to order, which is always a good icebreaker. The waiters were very funny, constantly keeping us entertained, and we just carried on talking and didn’t stop.
We didn’t delve too much into history, preferring to keep it positive.
It’s so much more stimulating and there’s a sense of honesty.
With Laura, I feel I can be myself and a little bit open.
She’s attractive, tall and the fact that we had so much to talk and laugh about was sexy. The night ran away with us and we both missed our trains, we were so busy just chatting and walking along looking at the river, wanting to extend the evening.
In the end she had to run for the later train so we gave each other a lovely kiss and a hug, and shouted that we would talk the next day.
We laughed a lot, and were in hysterics much of the time. Since my divorce four years ago, I’ve dated periodically, and I’ve found online dating disastrous.