It seems the on-going financial downturn has changed the very psychology behind the UK dating scene, according to TopCashback.co.uk, as nearly 9 in 10 Brits (87%) say they wouldn't ditch their date if they attempted to settle the bill by using downloaded money-off vouchers.
The words ‘I Love You’ never leave the lips of one in ten coupled-up Brits, research has shown.
Love-struck brides-to-be are so desperate to bag their dream engagement ring that they will chip in for it themselves, a survey has revealed.
For couples who don’t share a bank account, summer holiday budgets can be unnecessarily complicated. There are usually hotel, restaurant and miscellaneous bills to be settled, which can lead to awkward verbal wrangling as to who picks up the tab and a string of promises as to who will ‘get the next one’.
UK dating site match.com has released the results from its annual LoveGeist survey, giving a real insight into the average Londoner’s love life.
Owning a pet can be a deal-breaker when it comes to choosing a potential partner, with nearly one in ten (8%) admitting that they wouldn't go out with someone who owned an animal, according to research from Confused.com.
For all the latest mobile phone functions and apps that have teens glued to their handsets, the most likely cause of sending their phone bill skyrocketing isn’t social media or watching the latest One Direction video but simply having a teenage crush.
For single Brits, bad morning breath is a bigger turn off than body odour, with 37% claiming it’s their biggest turn off, according to new research.
According to the same survey 56% of UK singles feel bullied into finding a date for Valentine’s Day, and only 22% think they will actually have a date.
Fancy making an everlasting gesture of love this Valentines? The nation’s heart charity is hosting two Love Installations in Covent Garden and Camden Lock Market this month, helping all you true romantics to make your declarations of love.
Britons are still romantics at heart as the majority of couples (83 per cent) will spend the same, or even more, on gifts for their loved one this Valentine's Day.
One in ten (15%) people have broken up with a loved one around Valentine's Day, according to new research by Nationwide Building Society.
From couples flocking to cheesy restaurants to gaze into each other’s eyes, to men fighting each other in the street for that last red rose, being a singleton on Valentine’s Day can be nightmare – a veritable minefield as you try to dodge the loved-up mob heading to the last table at Pizza Express, but it doesn't have to be this way say TrekAmerica!
Single people who are looking for love should talk about their travel plans and show off their holiday snaps if they want to attract potential partners, according to a new survey carried out by Intrepid Travel.
We live in a city of around six million, yet most people struggle to find their perfect match. Many try internet dating, going to bars, blind dates and cheesy chat-up lines, when every day they probably meet or see someone they like the look of and wish they had the nerve to speak to.
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