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We stayed at the restaurant until 11.30pm before walking along the river to Blackfriars station. We missed our trains by seconds — so we just chatted for half an hour until parting with that kiss.
We’ve both had a hard time dating in the past — but JP said he didn’t want to talk about other girls, which I appreciated.
I have a good career as a physicist, I’m solvent, have lovely friends and am generally happy with myself.
So I would rather stay single than take on someone who’s going to be hard work.
The next day, I rang her and we picked up where we left off — and have been chatting ever since.
On our first date, I soon realised he is a really fun guy, and we both talked about everything from my pet hate, scientifically inaccurate sci-fi movies, to our taste in music. He joked that it must be awful to watch sci-fi with me as I would point out all the faults, and I poked fun at him, picturing him dancing rumba around the house.
I like rock, he likes rumba — that tells you how different we are . But I knew he liked me when he said that ‘in our house there will be a sound-insulated room for your rock music’.
They went to theatre-themed restaurant Sarastro in London and, as they tell Dating Doctor Alana Kirk, Cupid struck.
Laura, 42, an optical engineer, lives in the capital.
We didn’t delve too much into history, preferring to keep it positive.