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Despite many wanting to play down their flaws, 85 per cent of singles say they’d find their date more attractive if they didn’t put on a ‘perfect’ front and instead were comfortable with their own imperfections, and an overwhelming 94 per cent of singles believe imperfections are charming. “Stay in contact – there’s nothing worse than a guy who doesn’t stay in touch when arranging the date.
According to the research, the most common imperfections are: 1. A guy should always call or text to confirm the date is still going ahead the day before.” 2.
We’ve seen first dates, proposals, weddings, birthdays and reunions – and now, we’ll be able to bring even more people together.” Kate Taylor, dating and relationship expert at comments, “Britain’s singles are getting hot and steamy about coffee dates, and no wonder!
But it’s not just men that need to accept her: she also has a specific list of imperfections she’s looking for in a potential partner, in particular someone who knows their own mind, is headstrong, and even a little stubborn. But actually, you find that potential partners often find these little traits endearing and will be far more attracted to you when you’re comfortable in your own skin and love your imperfections.” Nadia’s top five tips for men to make an impression on a first date: 1.
With 71% of Brits already listing their local coffee shop as the perfect first date venue, in early February, Starbucks is making it even easier to look for love by offering customers the chance to register with for free, using in-store free Wi-Fi.
Existing members can treat their loved ones to a cake for free when they buy two drinks at Starbucks, valid from 9th – 15th February.
A quarter of Brits hide their imperfections on a first date in a bid to look more ‘perfect’. That’s why I love match.com’s Love Your Imperfections.
LONDON, 5th February 2015: As new research from reveals a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits downplay their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear ‘perfect’, Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with to encourage people to love themselves and their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an ‘Imperfect Gentleman’. Nobody’s perfect – but there is somebody out there who is perfect for you!