Pink is dating
So, in the New Year why not try a different method of dating: real-life conversations.Emma Ziff, director of the Pink Lobster LGBT dating and matchmaking service, advises: "At the end of the day if you really want to find someone, you actually have to put yourself out there.People worry about being rejected but most people would be really flattered by someone coming up to them and they would be nice about it." Dating and relationship expert Shelley Whitehead agrees."These days people are so reliant on online dating and believe it is the only way to go, but personal introductions, even in everyday situations such as being in a queue, can lead to amazing opportunities." I had my own experience of this a few years ago.According to local boat captain Erik Rue, “Pinky” — a famed rare pink-colored dolphin and manifestation of all your wildest Lisa Frank–related dreams — is living it up in Louisiana’s Calcasieu River this summer, just really loving life and doing Pinky right now.“We still see her swimming almost every day in the summertime,” Rue told WGNO.After an exhausting day of studying at the British Library, I was ready to get back Manchester where I was at university at the time.
Per WGNO: Last summer, Rue told us that “Pinky” had been seen mating quite a lot, so they wondered if she’d become pregnant because of her active “dating” life.Taken aback by the unusual experience, and impressed that this man, let’s call him Harry, had had the courage to approach me, I arranged a date with him for next time I was in London.