“I want someone who is ready to settle down and get married, maybe have more kids because I’ve already got a five-year-old daughter. The first thing I think about when I meet someone Is ‘what is this person going to be like around my child? Is this someone I want in my child’s life?”
“Me and my friend had been out for a couple of drinks and of being at high school and meeting your forever one. However, it just didn’t happen, I am still here and single, so it’s my chance to go back and find it.
“I like to do crazy things like this, so why not? It is one of my dreams to go to America so this is the closest I have at the moment.
“I don’t go straight for love, I am more realistic than that. I don’t really have a type, if you have chat you can really convince me no matter how you look.”
“I’ve always been interested in American TV shows and love the nostalgia of the 90s. I live in Norwich and everyone seems to know everyone, so I thought it would be an opportunity to meet someone new.
“I want that natural connection where you meet someone and just click. I want to find a pretty girl who is funny, someone who can wow you just by speaking to you.”
“I always wanted to study in Los Angeles and on top of that, I was raised on American culture so it felt like the perfect opportunity.
“I mostly find people in person or a friend of a friend or I find someone slips into my DMs on Instagram or Snapchat. I did go on a date. He was about five years older than me. I thought fantastic, I’m fed up of kids – but he couldn’t keep up with me sexually.”
“I’m looking for love. My mum keeps bugging me to find somebody because my brother has three kids and I’ve got none.
“I was with my ex for three years and after we split up she moved on after a week. I did really love my ex. It was difficult to get over her so I just slept around for a few months, but I didn’t feel any potential. Read more