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So next time you’re umming and ahhing about someone, say yes and see what happens…
Hey, we all have a check list whether we’re vocal about it or whether it’s subconscious.
) she said “well who are you going to meet sitting at home? ) Try talking to a few people and don’t just wait for people to say hello to you.
Make an effort and go out.” Got to love Mums and their brutal honesty. Perhaps you could also sign up for one of the nights out?
I was guilty of this one – my original checklist read like this: needs to be tall (I’m 5ft 9 so over was a must), dark, and handsome, have a good sense of humour, and be kind and caring with a good job. And guess what my husband is shorter than me…he was unemployed when we met.
If I’d have stuck to my checklist I wouldn’t have even have gone on one date with him… I was having a moan about the dating drought I was experiencing a few years ago, and instead of the sympathy that I was after (thanks, Mum!
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We’ve been so accustomed to talking about what we want from a partner that it’s easy to forget that we have to be a good catch too!
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Anyway, after a few months of some cheeky banter and that line when I’d decline a date, I eventually thought why not?
But I’ve def had my fair share of the good, the bad and the down right ugly when it comes to dating. At Uni I would bump into this one guy pretty much every week. He wasn’t really my type (I remember a big monobrow situation; in fact there was just a general teen-wolf thing going on).