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3rd October 2012

Blind Date: Ash and Yasmin

There’s more to come for Ash and Yasmin
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Yasmin, 21, Mathematics

First impressions?

A confident charmer from the word go.

What did you have to eat?

A falafel burger and chips.

What did you guys talk about?

We spoke about our favourite nights out in Manchester and the type of girls he usually goes for.

If they were an alcoholic beverage which one would they be and why?

A mojito, because he studies languages!

Were there any awkward silences?

No, the conversation ran smoothly and we got on really well!

Rating?

8/10

Finally, hug, kiss or something more?

A hug for now but there’s room for more…

 

 

Ash, 21, Spanish & Portuguese 

First impressions?

She had a lovely smile and was really friendly. A little flirtatious too!

What did you have to eat?

Chicken breast, rice and salad.

What did you guys talk about?

Everything. I just wanted to understand more about who she was.

If they were an alcoholic beverage which one would they be and why?

A glass of expensive wine…classy and sophisticated.

Were there any awkward silences?

There weren’t any silences, just banter!

Rating?

8/10

Finally, hug, kiss or something more?

A kiss on the cheek and she held my hand on the way out…result!

 

Ash and Yasmin ate at The Deaf Institute, Grosvenor Street, Manchester. Thanks to the guys down at Grosvenor Street for getting involved. To check out their menu, gig listings and have a look at what club nights are coming up visit their website www.thedeafinstitute.co.uk

To sign up for blind date please e-mail your name, year of study and course to [email protected] with ‘blind date’ as the subject


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