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Worst speed dating stories

So whether you're the love-full, love-lorn or love-completely-lost, take solace in the knowledge that it's always better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all - if only for the stories you get. Years ago, myself and a friend went out and decided to play a game where I (I'm NY born but Dublin bred) would pretend to be an up-and-coming singer-songwriter over from the states and my friend was my manager.

And I was a bit taken aback because he had never mentioned he had kids and so I asked what age she was and he said she was 8. "That’s when I got very suspicious." "You have a wife? "It’s cool it’s cool we’re not really together", he said. "Yes, but we don’t really love each other or sleep in the same bed." "Would she be upset if she knew you were here with me? He dodged that one and went to show me photos of his daughter.

So I asked how his relationship was with his child’s mother. "Oh you’d love her and she’d love you." Okay, I needed to get out.

Cuffing season is well and truly over so now is the perfect time to relive our most memorable dates, be they spectacular, terrible or shudder-inducingly weird.

I met him there and, in small heels, I realized I was considerably taller than him, but no matter.

Some were brave enough to leave their names in, but some were too salacious, mortifying or personal to name.

Some takeaways: no less than two stories featured people surprised at their dates small stature; New York must be the place all romantic dreams go to die; women in a loud, bubbly and seemingly harmless group are to be feared.

I remembered her as soon as I saw her beautiful face and smile, and despite having an interview the next day she came along which was full marks from me.