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Out of over 2.2 million single candidates, these are the 15 men and women who came out on top, ranked in ascending order of popularity. because balance)." Job: Journalist/Public Relations. Life goals: "Career — Editorial covers, keying shows at London Fashion Week. Dying old and happy." Favourite food: Vegan burgers from Yeah! What people want in their 50s, 60s and beyond is often very different from what they wanted in their 30s and 40s, let alone their 20s. In the old days single people were looked upon as outcasts of society... Start conversations with interested singles, and connect beyond the internet with potential matches.- They honor the freedom, wisdom and appreciation for life that only comes with time. Perfect first date: "Starts at happy hour, followed by a museum late, and ends with a fondue dinner." Song of the moment: "Really into 'We are never apart' by Nick Mulvey (it’s a super chill and peaceful one)." Dream holiday: "I’d love to go to Patagonia or the Uyuni salt flats, both look incredible." Dream dinner guest: "Aziz Ansari is hilarious, he’d be lots of fun to hang out with." Best Halloween costume: "Tony the tiger (It was grrrrrrreat! Perfect first date: "A walk along South Bank, stopping off for cocktails along the way." Strangest pick up line received: "The best one I had recently was 'Oh, you'll do.'" Song of the moment: "My favourite song seems to change daily, today it is 'Let It Happen' — Tame Impala." Dream dinner guest: David Attenborough. Dream vacation: South America is next on my to-do list. Best Halloween costume: "I didn't get on with this guy at uni, he was called Chan, and he dressed up as me for Halloween. Perfect first date: "A walk on the South Bank, with a required stop at Tate Modern, to admire (and talk about) contemporary art." Dream vacation: "Climbing Kilimanjaro followed by a week beach holiday in Zanzibar. " Book of the moment: "I'm currently reading 'The Understudy' for the second time. Dougie from Mc Fly or Jude Law would also be quite nice." Best Halloween costume: "I've always wanted to go to a fancy dress party as the pink power ranger." Karaoke song: "I successfully squealed my way through Macy Gray's 'I Try' at abottomless brunch karaoke the other weekend..." Surprising fact: "I’ve worked abroad full time for two years, one in Paris and the other in America, which could be kind of surprising as I suppose I'm still fairly young." Life goals: "To build my own cushion/textile brand, and be happy." Favourite food: "Pizza and watermelon (... Surprising fact: "I'm a published theatre critic and professionally certified massage therapist." Book of the moment: "Universal: A Journey Through the Cosmos" by Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw. " Dream dinner guest: "Grandparents I never met." Karaoke song: Tracy Chapman — "Give me one reason." Surprising fact: "I have a super-extending long neck." Book of the moment: "East End Chronicles" by Ed Glinert. " Dream vacation: "I really want to do the Virgin Galactic space flight when it opens up to thepublic." Job: Junior Assistant Buyer. he wasn't the one." Dream dinner guest: "My dad, because there's no faffing when the waiter asks if you want dessert — cheesecake for two, yes please. Surprising fact: "That I speak four languages." Favourite food: Seafood. Better yet, I have done eight marathons." Book of the moment: "The Economist consumes most of my free time." Dostoyevsky's 'Brothers Karamazov' is still to be finished (I am somewhere in the middle ofthe book.)" Life goals: "To become a full-fledged professor and/or start my own boutique consulting firm in international development." Favourite food: "Spanish tapas or Greek mezedes, preferably enjoyed on a sunny Mediterranean day with a nice glass of dry white wine." Job: Global Business Development, American Express (Global Commercial Payments). For the more adventurous type, an escape room, so as impress each other with our intellectual out-of-the-box thinking and poise under pressure (while having adrenaline-charged fun)." Dream vacation: "Trekking, camping and canoeing through the Brazilian Amazon." Dream dinner guest: Leonardo da Vinci. Surprising fact: "I lived in Vietnam for six months." Book of the moment: "A book about animal behaviour." Life goals: "To continue working with animals." Job: Makeup artist. Anything but sitting across the table interview-style." Strangest date location: "In Gothenburg after flying out there to see my ex, him not wanting to see me, so going on a Happn date with a very attractive Swedish man." Dream vacation: "12 months of world travel or camper van-ing around Italy on a cookerytour." Song of the moment: IDER — "Pulse." Dream holiday: "Seeing my parents in Tel Aviv!
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Strangest date location: "The M&Ms store in Leicester Square... Dream holiday: "At Finland Glass Igloo watching the northern lights (Aurora Borealis)." Dream dinner guest: Joshua Kushner. Brightside." Job: PA and Office Manager at Passion Capital. Strangest pickup line received: "'The only STD I have is sexually transmitted desire... )" Surprising fact: "I’ve never watched 'Jurassic Park', 'Star Wars' or 'Jaws' (shameful I know)." Book of the moment: "'Neurogastronomy, 'which is about how the brain makes sense of flavours." Favourite food: "Nothing beats a creamy curry! Surprising fact: "No one ever expects this from me, but I can breakdance." Book of the moment: "Norwegian Wood" — Haruki Murakami. He is a genius as he is able to nicely tell a story with his buildings (take for example the German Jewish Historical Museum in Berlin or the Imperial Museum of the North in Manchester)." Surprising fact: "I am a twin. Perfect first date: "Nature and nibbles with a casual picnic and stroll in the park. something different and fun we are both going to enjoy… " Strangest date location: "To meet the lead singer of a band at a gig where she was playing, but turned out she had invited multiple other dates to the exact same gig on the same night." Strangest pickup line received: "Smell is important. " Dream vacation: "Travel the world with a Pomeranian." Song of the moment: "Times been reckless," Marika Hackman. Perfect first date: "Nothing too fussy, but something active; a walk around Victoria Park and a mini-picnic including alcohol.
Strangest pickup line received: "If beauty were a crime, you'd get a life sentence." Song of the moment: "Fuego" by Alok. Strangest date location: "Soviet-style escape room in the shady suburbs of Moscow." Karaoke song: The Killers — "Mr. Perfect first date: "My most magical first date was drinks, followed by a steak dinner, followed by cocktails — pretty simple. It depends on the person, not the activity for me." Strangest date location: Exhibition of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomy drawings. )" Karaoke song: "'I want it that way' by the Backstreet Boys (late 90’s/early 2000s musicis my guilty pleasure ha! Karaoke song: "Rapper's Delight" — The Sugarhill Gang. I was humbled." Karaoke song: "Toploader, 'Dancing in the Moonlight,' always a crowd pleaser." Book of the moment: "Adam Kay's 'This is Going to Hurt.' A hilariously honest confessional of a junior doctor working for the NHS." Life goals: "Feel good, do good." Job: Assistant Professorial Research Fellow. I have recently worked on a UNICEF research project in Eastern Africa and I am still mesmerized by the beauty of that part of the world." Song of the moment: "Taylor Swift — 'Look What You Made Me Do,' although, frankly, the melody is a copy/paste from 'I Am Too Sexy.'" Dream dinner guest: "Daniel Libeskind — my favourite architect. Perfect first date: "An exhibition or an activity, interactive theatre… Was just meant to be a casual meet up and chat but it turned really cute real quick." Song of the moment: "Husk" — Black Foxxes. I NEED to pick his brain." Karaoke song: "Depends if you want people to join in on the singing.
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