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And yet there I was, a perfectly sensible 41-year-old single mother, standing in the rain in Richmond Park, south-west London, scouring the horizon for Will* and his dog Oscar. Tindog – a new dating app aimed at singleton dog-lovers.It works in a similar way to famous “swiping” dating app Tinder – you scroll through pictures of dogs and their owners until you see one you like.For film lovers and foodies: Also boasting a 14 screen Odeon cinema complex, complete with IMAX® screen, immerse yourselves in a full-on film experience.Just make sure you go out for a nice meal, or drink afterwards, to share what you thought of it, and get to know your match better!If you’re not familiar with all that the city has to offer, you’re new to online dating in Liverpool or just need some inspiration about what to do with your new match on that first date, here are some top ideas.For shopping: If you didn’t know that Liverpool is host to Europe’s biggest shopping centre, you do now…and this is it!

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I brushed Matilda to within an inch of her life and sprayed her with special doggy deodorant.He didn’t ask me about my work and I couldn’t help but suspect he’d looked me up online and already knew what I did.I tried to make a light-hearted comment about not usually dressing so badly when I went on dates. ” I continued, hoping this might open up the conversation. We continued along the footpath in silence for a few minutes as I desperately tried to think what to say next. But I think you need a spark between the humans too.” He didn’t look at me as he said the last bit and we walked back to our cars in silence before thanking each other for the walk and heading home.An old red raincoat, mud-splattered jeans and a pair of wellies wouldn’t normally be my first choice of attire for a romantic meeting.Neither would I usually start a date by grabbing a lead and shouting “walkies” at my West Highland terrier Matilda, or hanging around a park, desperately trying to recognise a dog (and his owner) I have only ever seen in a picture.

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