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When he started talking to me about the similarities between Brexit and the current political situation in America, I found my heart skipping a beat. And he, too, kept commenting on my American accent, shyly smiling at the way I talked. An exotic turn of phrase or a funny pronunciation can make a regular conversation something much more memorable.
This civil engineer from England was smart and witty, but it was more than his intellect that piqued my interest. It was just luck that I ran into James in a coffee shop in New Zealand, but many daters are more proactive in seeking out partners with accents — especially those from Britain.
But as friends told friends, the site’s user base began to grow organically.
As a result of that measured approach to growth, the site is populated by genuine profiles and fosters a strong sense of community.
That research opened her eyes to the dating scene and gave her valuable insights into the mind of daters.
But it wasn’t until she moved away from the UK that she had the idea to create a dating site of her own.
I always meet them at the restaurant so nothing could go wrong.
And then when I least expect it We have found each other!!After Rochelle and her husband moved from the UK to Florida, she began hearing a familiar refrain from many people she’d meet: “I love your accent! She worked with a website developer to create the site and then devoted much of her time to growing its membership.” “People say that to me all the time, and how can you get mad at someone who says they love anything about you? She started by asking every single person she knew — both in the US and the UK — to sign up.“It was a little blurb and a phone line where you could record a short message and see who answered.” She said she wrote a relatively boring — not sexy or crazy — personal ad, and when she checked her messages 10 days later, she had more than 700 replies. She decided to arbitrarily listen to every third reply and start accepting dates to see who these guys were.“I wrote my first book called ‘Eat Your Lonely Heart Out‘ because I thought that people would come to me and say that meeting strangers was not good.
So, when a reputable publication joined in, it added to the credibility.