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For the better portion of my 20s, I’ve been single.
And not just solo, but really-really-really-want-to-be-in-a-relationship-crazy-obsessed-single-gal. It hasn’t always been a pretty experience for me, and for several years, I’d find myself completely...
The “First Dates” concept brings together real-life singles from across the country to meet at Chicago’s MK restaurant and see if there’s a connection.“It’s a terrible feeling in the pit of your stomach, that I hadn’t remembered in a while, as I’ve been married for 15 years.
But you come to realize it’s still there in all of us — mostly a sense of impending doom,” producer John Hesling said with a laugh.
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Along with the passion and skill kayakers bring to their sport, they have many qualities that carry over...Based on an popular series in Britain, “First Dates” (debuting 7 p.m.Friday, WMAQ-Channel 5) likely will bring back memories — both good and bad — for anyone who ever went on a blind date.Only a few years ago, before the Internet era, swingers were essentially a secret society, meeting each other through dating magazines purchased at adult bookstores.Because of that, it was difficult to even guess at how many swingers there were.
Adult Swingers now, on the other hand, we can make fairly good estimates -- based on information coming from a variety of sources (including the Internet).