What are singles doing for Valentine’s Day this year?
We surveyed over 650 CMBers around the world to determine the latest dating trends and stats around the holiday synonymous with love, and here’s what we found…
“You could tell that he thought that I would automatically say yes, given his popularity on social media and his generally arrogant demeanour, but I didn’t find him attractive at all.
Months later he still texts me, knowing I have a boyfriend.
I had a girl passed out, covered in puke, unresponsive, and lying flat out on the pavement in London.
“I didn’t know her name, her address, or how to contact any of her friends or family.
There are guys like this in every single country, no matter what language they speak!
” The one with a married woman William Mac Arthur, 64, Hackney “Back in 1968, when I was 15 years old, me and my friends were all so very desperate to lose our virginity as quickly as possible – it seemed that everyone was enjoying the ‘free love generation’ except us.
In my drunken state, I returned to the table to find it covered in vomit.
Alarm bells were already ringing in my head and I couldn’t work out why he was telling me about this secret relationship – was I supposed to be impressed?
“He has over 50,000 followers on Instagram and he constantly posts photos he takes of himself in public, supposedly candid but obviously, embarrassingly posed – using a selfie stick. After he eventually asked me out properly (after he broke it off with my friend), I of course turned him down – but he couldn’t take the rejection.
I had no choice but to call an ambulance, who then called her parents.
After the medics arrived, propped on her feet, slurring, she shouted, ‘Just go’.