You know when you like, just date someone and you're just like 'actually, you're a great person’. She adds that she has known him for three years, but they started dating about a year ago.“It's as serious as he's the first guy that's met my parents, ever," Poppy utters.
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"Poppy did, however, have some nice things to say about Sizwe:“He's a very, very smart guy, I'll give him that, I just don't think he's an amazing boyfriend.”Talks then moved to the ex that Poppy still had a soft spot for.
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If you don’t know what they are, they’re little tests you have to do to prove to a website that you are not a robot.
It’s normally a reading test, not something that assesses if you can feel human love.
To join dating websites you have to show you’re not a computer. Now if they could find a way to tell who has humanity in the real world it would be a nicer place.
Don’t worry, if I go to a bar and see a laptop sat there wearing lipstick I’ll notice. Tune into Steve’s Friday show on Time 107.5 FM at 2.15pm for the weekly local paper review with the Recorder.