Dr Jane Greer on Ansel and Violetta and How Strong Is First Love?
UK TV Singles Dating Casting Calls
Single and ever fancied appearing on TV? Well here is your chance at a big break with two UK casting calls for reality TV dating shows.
The first is with Dragonfly.tv. They are looking for single parents who have children aged between 9 and 15. The kids would play cupid to find you reality TV match. Dragonfly have produced programs such as The Hotel and One Born Every Minute.
The second offering is for singles aged 18-15 years old with Wall to Wall, producers of The Voice UK.
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Undateables TV Show Tourette’s Sufferer Brent Marries Model Challis
The UK TV Show The Undatables by Channel 4 has its first wedding. The shows tourette’s syndrome sufferer, 23 year old Brent Zillwood, was recently married in Las Vegas to his shows date, 26 year old model Challis Orme.
Tom Looking for Love & Wanting to be Paid!!
Meet Tom Packer, he’s single and looking to date. The only difference between Tom and other singles is that Tom wants you to pay him to do it!!
Dr Jane Greer on Chris Rock and Why Divorce After Two Decades?
After nearly 20 years together, actor Chris Rock and his wife Malaak Compton-Rock are getting a divorce. Despite their lengthy marriage, the split has been “a long time coming”. According to a source close to the couple.
Great Dating Ideas for Days Out in Scotland
Scotland is full of inspiring landscapes, numerous amounts of outdoor actives and some superb restaurants. So if you are struggling to think of new and exciting places to take your online date then carry on reading for some inspirational days and evenings out covering the whole of Scotland!
First impressions really do count, so we suggest that you take your Scottish date somewhere other than a standard chain restaurant. Do your research, find out what they like. If you both enjoy arts and culture then visits Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, with so many focal points conversation should not run dry.
However if you prefer the idea of sipping on a few great tasting and good-looking drinks then head down to Tonic, Edinburgh. Drinks here aren’t cheap but it’s definitely worth it for a treat! On a Thursday eve they often have a live band playing, so if you are worried about conversations running dry, the music can fill in the gaps for you.
Once you feel confident in one another’s company then dinner at a restaurant with a great atmosphere is a must. This gives you time to sit down and properly enjoy each other’s company over great food. The place that comes with many recommendations is Amicus Apple, a quirky restaurant located in both Aberdeen and Edinburgh where you can enjoy great food to suit everyone’s taste. In the evening the bar area becomes busy, so if the date goes well carry on until the wee hours with no need to leave the building!
There’s nothing better than the great Scottish fresh air. So on your third date, take advantage of the area you live, appreciate the scenery & the wildlife, it’s time to get your hands dirty. Whether you both enjoy the outdoors or not, activity dates will definitely raise a few smiles. The more out of the comfort zone you are the more enjoyable the date could be! Hire a canoe and go for a gentle paddle on a local river, perfect for bonding and testing compatibility!
For something a little more extreme, try a tree top adventure course. Go Ape can be a simple or as difficult as you want to make it. With courses in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen you will be sure to find a course close to home. This date is not only perfect for a few laughs but also great for encouraging trust in one another. Perfect for relationship testing and building.
Into the Future
After your third date, hopefully you will know how you feel about one another. With endless possibilities of unique and fun date ideas in Scotland, keep thinking outside the box to make sure your new relationship stays exciting.
Happy Dating in Scotland
Kiss A Ginger Day – Is it Just Another Excuse To Sexually Objectify Redheads
Kiss a Ginger Day has its roots in, of all things, that bastion for controversy, South Park. In 2008, the satirical show aired an episode titled “Ginger Kids,” which used a war between redheads and non-redheads as a dark, absurdest analogy for the ethnic cleansing of the Holocaust! Clearly not understanding the very message of the show, some viewers launched a “Kick a Ginger Day” campaign on Facebook, which in turn prompted actual violence.
In an effort to provide a “karmic counter-event” to the hate-fueled campaign, comedian Derek Forgie launched “Kiss a Ginger Day” in 2009. And so another social media phenom was born…
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