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When he replied ‘neither’, she jokingly shouted ‘emergency stop’.Joker Marcus tried his cheesiest joke on his date asking her, ‘did you hear about the explosion in a cheese factory’. She said she felt ‘awkward’ during the 60 second lift journey to the viewing deck which is located at Level 69.He tells how he is struggling to find a “fun-loving” wife and battling what it means to be both Muslim and British.Many are forced to turn to specialised agencies or go to supervised speed-dating events in their quest for love.It takes some longer than others but one manages to find a spouse within one week after registering at Birmingham Central Mosque’s marriage bureau.Applicants pay £50 and submit a photo and details about how religious they are.You’ll be surprised how often guests say “I liked so and so but they were a bit serious about it all”.Singles who are smiling and laughing give off positive energy and attract others towards them.
Some clever people across our nation's capital have come up with some rather alternative speed dating options to remove some of the ickiness from the process, and, yes, have made their speed dates ideas (dare I say it), fun. While this isn't billed as a formal speed date, Speed uk's ping pong dating is for London singles looking for a bit of friendly competitive banter. The following day, your matches are then emailed to you. All within your own personal boundaries though, obvs. Sounds incredibly random, but then again, speed dating isn't your average pastime now, is it?
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Fashion graduate Bella, 25, from Birmingham, tells the Channel 4 show Extremely British Muslims that she is struggling to find love with a Muslim man in modern Britain. Nayera, 30, is shocked in the show when a man she meets through a marriage website makes demands to cook and “look after me”.
Brummie Ashraf Mahmood, 29, received a response from one woman who filled several pages listing her ideal husband’s qualities including “great earning potential”.