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2.2 million people use Happn in the UK, so they certainly know the ins and outs of dating throughout the country. Ricky Gervais, Christopher Walken, Chelsea Handler. I think I could give them all crap and we would have fun together." Surprising facts: "That I'm a circus artist." Book of the moment: "The Book of Secrets" by Deepak Chopra.
Back in April, Business Insider teamed up with Happn to find out who the most "liked" users in the London were at the time — and to ask them what they owe their dating success to. Unsurprisingly given the capital's population, most of the people on the list also live in London — but Newcastle and Ascot also made the cut.
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Thousands of people are getting Lovestruck I saw the Lovestruck ad on the tube and decided to give online dating a go.
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.
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.
Does God have a perfect match already planned for you? (read more) How did you picture the future when you were six, 10 or 14 years old?
It’s a good bet that that picture looks very little like your life today.