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The basement itself was a cross between a cave and a womb!The low ceiling was literally covered in unlit old lightbulbs, and one half of the room glowed red. I soon realised the drawbacks of the dating environment.Some of the more experienced daters quickly selected the individual tables and couches, leaving Miss32 and me sitting at the end of a long dining table.I introduced The One with the Sign (Towts) to Miss32, and we sat chatting, and munching on the free sweets, while the organisers worried about numbers.Miss32 and I headed straight to the bar, only for me to burst out laughing. The staff asked us to come back in ten minutes time, so we headed back upstairs, and out into the breeze of the street. Barely a minute later we were called back in, and downstairs.Out of all the single men in London, The One with the Sign was standing right beside Miss32 at the bar! The administration of the event really wasn’t very good.
She trained as an accountant straight after university, and is now well-established in her career.
We were required to enter our email addresses onto a laptop in the corner (something which could have proved difficult for anyone buoyed by Dutch courage), and then hovered awkwardly around the tables.
The laptop suggested we had numbers, however there were no numbers on the tables.
Better suited for energetic young artists looking to party than for bookworms reading great literature, The Book Club is an adult sized playhouse where patrons are more likely to get hit by errant ping pong balls than to get...
Apologies for the delay, I was meant to review this yesterday, but after I dropped a couple of hints on Twitter @30dates about how well the date with the Fake Pimpernel was going, I had too many demands for the date write-up, so decided to prioritise that post!Another typical grammar school girl, she’d planned life landmarks in the same way she did her education and career, and is now finding herself behind her own plan in some ways. ) is that just because certain parts of her life haven’t gone the way she initially imagined, Miss32 hasn’t settled.