Dating site the guardian
I’ll give it to Guardian Soulmates the response was very “on trend” as far as the sites ethos of middle class, skiing, Guardian newspaper reading men.
My top picks were a rugby faced property developer, a bit on the short side, piano playing lawyer and a baby faced doctor with a quick sense of humour. We met near where he lived in a little bar in Brixton, he was full of nervous energy and took about 15 mins to settle into a normal conversation, but after that and a few glasses of red I can say he was, as far as I could deduce exactly who he said he was and we had a pleasant evening.
I’m going to give Guardian Soul Mates 5 stars because although the good doctor wasn’t my dream man or me his girl, they did live up to their ethos, was simple to use and £32 for a months subscription is a fair price.
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He was an IT programmer, wore a rolex and made sure I saw a picture of his Porsch (guess he was making up for the 2 inches).
He wasn’t my type in person, he told me he dates once to twice a week with different women he meets online and sexually compatibility was often a problem in his past relationships, maybe first date over share.
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