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Chiffre obtenu par l’extrapolation des résultats d’une étude Ipsos, réalisée du 16 décembre 2014 au 28 janvier 2015, sur 14000 personnes résidant en Europe (France, Royaume-Unis, Allemagne, Pays-Bas, Italie, Espagne et Suède) âgées de 18 à 75 ans, à la population totale de cette tranche d’âge (Source Eurostat 2013).Il résulte de cette étude que 6% des personnes interrogées ont déclaré avoir été en couple avec une personne rencontrée sur un des sites du groupe Meetic.As a test, she texts a picture of the pub to Pardeep. He seems not to be freaked out by Lucy’s slightly dodgy jokes, and the banter is quick and lively. But just when it all seems to be ticking along nicely, Pardeep runs another huge red flag up the flagpole.If he likes this sort of thing, she may well have to cancel the date. A tall, dark and handsome man who doesn’t like Christmas AND has a sense of humour! He asks what Lucy’s been up to today, and she tells him she’s been writing a post for her work-related blog.He seems interested and starts asking questions and offering advice, based on his experience working in digital marketing (mind you, Lucy still has no idea what the fuck that actually is).
In October Sir Michael Wilshaw, the chief inspector of schools and social care, warned against the alienation of fathers from their families, saying: ‘Children are abused because their biological parents were long ago alienated from each other and the new man in the house - often the latest in a succession of men - is violent and resentful.’ Chief Executive Ruth Sutherland said: ‘The one thing everyone can be sure of is that it’s the wellbeing of children which is of paramount importance here - so finding ways to work together as parents in the best interests of our children is vital.’ Harry Benson of the Marriage Foundation think tank said: ‘Fathers must have a role in their children’s lives.
In other words he’s handsome, sporty and has a good job. Just like Amir, Pardeep states that he’s recently separated, and has a small child.
He’s not quite as matinee-idol handsome as Amir, but he’s a good six inches taller, and as everyone knows, every extra inch in height adds a good 10 attractiveness points.
Of course, it may not be a good thing that Pardeep reminds her of Amir. Lucy and Pardeep quickly agree to meet for a drink the following Wednesday, and swap numbers so they can move the chat away from the dating site. She decides she likes Pardeep, in spite of the missing punctuation (and words) in his message.
After all, Amir turned out to be a first class twat. On one hand, he’s a newly-single dad (), and there is a chance he might not be able to spell. On the other hand, he’s taken the trouble to write a chatty message, he’s been bold enough to ask her out directly, and he’s attractive. But even though he has her number, Pardeep doesn’t message her, and instead continues to reply to emails on the website. She does NOT want to be the one to message him first. He’s expecting a reply, and the only way she can do that now is to text him. Maybe he’s just so excited about replying that he’s typing too quickly to notice his errors?
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