Saras busy schedule is not the only reason she chooses online dating services.
She likes the idea of searching for true love via the Internet.
Let's lighten the mood ~ and let everyone know your funniest dating experience: Mine ~ Wasn't with someone I met on POF or any dating site'I met a man in a club on a Saturday Night, I was on a girls night out, I had rather one too many****ails, it was a great fun night with my friends and we exchanged numbers to arrange a night out the following week.
He was gorgeous, chatty and good company (I thought).
In fact he was very boring ~ I tried to make conversation, but it was like trying to draw blood from a stone. Every conversation came back around to those two subjects..... Needless to say that as the evening drew on the only thing that kept me slightly entertained was copious large glasses of wine! He helped me up and we started walking to get a taxi (he was a gent) I stood in front of him and as a taxi came near turned to say goodnight and wallop I hit a tree! The next morning I staggered into the bathroom, head thumping....
All he wanted to talk about was his work (he was a PRIVATE Bank Manager) not an ordinary Bank Manager, oh no, he looked after Multi Millionaires! Now, apart from girlie nights out, I'm not a big drinker so after a few glasses, that held half a bottle, my lips started going numb, and even he started to appear hilarious :o)At the end of the evening we left the wine bar, out into a rainy cobbled street. looked into the mirror and there it was, the ultimate reminder of boozy night out ~ A bruise the size of a plum on my forehead, a grazed nose and a black eye :o)Needless to say I never heard from My Private Bank Manager again.....
I didn't even get the pleasure of being the most tragic story at the wedding, as one other guest's boyfriend had confessed to being gay on the flight over and subsequently ended up copping off with the vicar at the reception.
Getting back to the UK and taking stock, I realised my circle of single friends had dwindled as I'd got older, and I didn't want to date someone at work, as that's always struck me as complicated and potentially disastrous.
I never really meant to start internet dating, but after a long-term relationship left me single aged 32, I didn't really feel like I had a choice.I outlined my dilemma to my boss and she suggested I try online dating.She'd met her husband through it and assured me I'd be an absolute stud online, as I'm charming and normal, as opposed to most of the men on mainstream dating sites."Online dating is great for people like you, Willard – it's like we've finally invented a pair of tight jeans for being funny, or a push-up bra for being intelligent," she said.She has had quite a few interesting and weird dates through using online dating services.This hub describes one of her 'romantic' dating escapades.