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Blind Date: “We didn’t really click as more than friends”

Alvin Fujito and Jess Woods don’t get each other’s numbers

Blind Date: “He offered to buy me a drink but I...

Megan Healy and James Hartley bond over a shared dislike of spice

Love Oxland: ‘I was surprised when Fred turned on a puppy...

Izzy Agerbak and Fred Dimbleby find animal rights an obstacle to romance

Love Oxland: “If she were a true fan of Rick and...

Claire Castle and Samuel Juniper go from cartilage piercings to piercing gazes during a cocktail-fuelled evening of philosophical musing

Blind Date: “She took sufficient pity on my floundering”

Gerard Krasnopolski and Ella Grodzinski try, and fail, to avoid row-chat over a sober ginger beer

Blind Date: “Annabelle literally begged Matt to handcuff her in the...

Honor, Matt, Annabelle, and James in Cherwell's first ever double blind date

College Insider – Worcester

Everywhere you turn in Worcester, you see Chanel. And no, I’m not talking about thousand pound skirt suits, but the Provost’s West Highland Terrier.It’s...

Blind Date: Akshay and Lily

Akshay and Lily chat about their love of electronic music over an apparently mesmerising plate of macaroni

Blind Date: John and Bessie

John and Bessie fail to see eye to eye on their blind date

Blind Date: Jessica and Joe

Jessica and Joe speak about their travels at a sober midday meeting.

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