Will everyone be talking about new co-host goth-comedian Noel Fielding’s outfits more than the actual bakes? It’s the Brit reality show where singletons are matched up on blind dates and viewers glean the motivation we need in order to continue dating in the age of Tinder. Maybe it’s a cliché said in French by Fred, the resident Frenchman and dapper maître d’, what love looks like according to a 90-year-old widower or the kind of courage it takes to find love in the face of incurable cancer. Take, for example, this apt description of my current dating life: “I have two boyfriends and they’re both cats.”). Well, the following are actual words that were once uttered on the show: “During the day, I’m the mild-mannered person doing people’s mortgages.
In the evening, I’m the mad potter.” It’s sincere and unintentional.
The front of the box is slowly raised from the bottom to reveal each match’s legs and genitals, their torsos and heads remaining obscured.
First up is music producer Aina, 32, who says: “When guys are fully- clothed they have different styles that sometimes they can hide behind.
After deciding which member to discard, the Perspex wall is lifted higher.
Another has very long testicles or, as Anna delicately puts it: “The bells hang lower than the rope.” The long and the short of pubic hair is a big talking point too.
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I am now the kind of person who cares about a good victoria sponge and bad, soggy pie crust bottoms.
After the third man is rejected based on looks alone, Aina gets to actually hear the others speak then sends another one home.
With two naked men before her, it’s only fair that Aina strips off as well.