Catch of the Week – Simon

Ladies, did you have a good weekend? If not so much, we hope our new Catch of the Week helps to cheer you up.

Introducing Simon, 34 from Newcastle-Under-Lyme.

Simon, 34 from Newcastle-under-Lyme

Simon describes himself as an…”Adventurous, outgoing, caring man who likes to have fun which can mean anything from going out on the town for a few drinks, to the occasional gig or festival, meals out, drives in the country, holidays abroad etc but am just as happy sat at home chilling on the sofa watching a film with a glass of vino or cold beer in hand.

He is looking to meet a lady who is like minded, caring and fun to share good times with, so if you think you fit this description, send Simon a wink or a message

Happy Dating! x

PS: If you aren’t a member of Plenty More Fish yet, you can register here. It’s really quick, easy and FREE!

Catch of the Week – Sarah, 39 from King’s Heath

A fresh start to the week with a freshly caught Catch of the Week.

Gentlemen, allow us to introduce the lovely Sarah, 39 from King’s Heath in the West Midlands.

Sarah, 39 Kings Heath

This is what Sarah tells us about herself: “I like being in company and good conversation. I talk a lot – some would say too much! My family and friends are hugely important to me, my four year old daughter is my absolute joy, and my favourite times are the special times with the people I am close to. I love most types of music theatre and dance, I love most types of film as well except horror and I really like good food and keeping fit. I still have no idea where this will go to but I am still looking for someone to laugh with above all else.”

To continue reading Sarah’s profile you will need to be logged into your Plenty More Fish account and then click this link to her profile. If you aren’t a member yet, why not register today? It’s really simple and quick and you too could be searching for singles in your area right away. 

Happy dating! x

Catch of the Week – Kaoru, 44 from Thurlaston, Leicestershire

KaoruGood Afternoon Ladies! We hope you had a wonderful weekend.

We’ve cast our nets again and have pulled out a new single fish for you.

Meet Kaoru, 44 from Thurlaston. Kaoru is originally from Japan and he used to teach English (EFL) & PE at secondary schools back in his home country. In 2003, he moved over to the UK to settle, with his English wife. Sadly that didn’t work out and they are now separated. Kaoru is looking for a serious relationship, someone who can share everything with him. He says, he’d give all he as got to that special someone.

If you want to find out more about Kaoru, head over to his profile. Plenty More Fish members, you know what to do!

All of you who are new to Plenty More Fish, simply register (for FREE) and you too could be browsing single men in your area in a few short minutes.

What are you waiting for?

Get fishing, get dating! x

The Art of Snogging

The Art of Snogging

There aren’t many people in this world who don’t like to be kissed (we hope). Kissing is an evolutionary tool, one that creates a bond between two people long enough so they procreate and thereby ensuring the survival of mankind.  This may seem a little clinical but that’s what Mother Nature intended.

Yet, it seems it’s not quite as straightforward as simply puckering up and “Voila!” we have a relationship. Recent studies revealed that 59% of men and 66% of women say they have ended a new relationship because of the other person’s sorry snogging style. Have you ever stopped seeing someone because of this? (We have to admit, we have!). But how do you know if you are indeed a Krappy Kisser? And, what can you do to improve it? Apparently, quite a lot judging from a little web search we conducted.

Here are some of the top tips we came across:

1. Pay attention to your partner

It goes without saying that you should be in the moment, not ogling around you to see what’s on the TV, or worse, checking out other potentials in the bar.  Close your eyes and enjoy the sensation.

2. Start out slow

Going in like Great White hunting a seal, is sure to put your kissing buddy off for life. Focus on small areas first. Kiss a little bit around the mouth and nibble and suck the lips gently, use your tongue sparingly.  Build up the passion slowly and you’ll both get into the rhythm very soon.

3. Tongue technique is key

Kissing may also be called Tonsil Tennis but for the love of Cupid, don’t even think about it. EVER! NEVER EVVAAA! Your tongue should be a sensual explorer of your partner’s mouth, not a spoon stirring a pot of yoghurt or a lump of slippery meat hanging there to dry. Mix it up, be playful.

4. Spit Stop

It may be difficult to keep your saliva in check when you are snogging someone but it’s well worth the effort. Daters list too much saliva during kissing as one of their top turn offs, right behind…

5. Bad breath

It’s pretty obvious that smelling like the back end of a badger won’t win you popularity points. Bad breath is often seen as an indicator of poor health, which means your partner is unlikely to choose you for a longer stint. So make sure you look after your mouth, pay regular visits to your dentist and keep off the garlic before a date.

So, there you have it.

Join in on the conversation. We’d love for you to share your good / bad kissing stories with us, so you drop us a comment!

Catch of the Week – Donna, 29 from Eccles, Greater Manchester

Can you believe it? It’s September already! But it’s also Monday, which means it’s time for a lovely new catch of the week! Gentlemen, meet the lovely Donna from Eccles.

Donna, 29 from Eccles

Donna describes herself as a “young lady who is desperately clinging to her 20′s, at the age of 29″ and who has “enjoyed being single over the last year.” However she would now like to find some someone to share her life with. She says she’s a “happy, smiley, bubbly person who’s looking for the next exciting chapter to begin!!”

So, gents fancy re-writing the book with Donna? Well, then log into your Plenty More Fish account and click this link to her profile.

If you are new to Plenty More Fish, then why not give online dating a try? Our success stories speak for themselves. Registration is really quick, easy and free. What are you waiting for? Visit www.plentymorefish.com and meet singles in your area.

Catch of the Week – Mark, 28 from Kingsteignton

Mark, 28 from Kingsteignton“I’m newly single after a 7 year relationship and am completely new to internet sites like this! I am joining with an open mind and look forward to hopefully meeting some friendly like-minded people. Things most important to me are – family, friends, being happy and keeping optimistic. I always try to see the best in people and will do anything for people who are genuine and have the time and respect for me too.”

To find out more or send Mark a message or wink, log into your Plenty More Fish member account and click this link.

If you are new to internet dating, why not give Plenty More Fish a try? Registration is free and it only takes a few minutes to sign up.

What are you waiting for? Your perfect catch could be waiting online right now!

Happy Dating! x

Catch of the Week – Louise, 33 from Beverley, Humberside

Louise, 33 from Beverley

Louise, 33 from Beverley

I’m a single mum to an amazing baby boy, so I’ll just get that out of the way first! I love the outdoors and the countryside and am looking for someone the same, whom I can spend some time with.

I’ve been on my own long enough now! I love good food, cooking, eating out, going to the pub etc and my hobbies include gardening, antiques fairs and spending time with my family incorporating the above! :) I like to stay positive and keep away from drama and I like down to earth, positive people.

Why not send Louise a wink or a message? Members of Plenty More Fish can contact Louise directly via her profile.

If you are new to Online Dating and/or Plenty More Fish, why not sign up today? Registration is quick, easy and 100% free!

Register now and you too could be browsing thousands of singles right away.

Happy dating! x

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