Archive for March, 2018

Make a Date for our Spring Fling

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Our big Spring Fling Singles party takes place on Saturday 28th April.

Here are our top tips to make sure you make the most of the event and come away with lots of dates!

Dress to Impress

Most of our events have a dress code, so think about this in advance.  Get your best shirt ironed or treat yourself to a new dress. That way you’ll be confident when you enter the event and will attract attention for the right reasons.

Bring Your Friends

It’s always a great idea to round up your single friends to come along with you.  That way you have an instant support group and you won’t have to worry about being left on your own. Just make sure you choose happy, positive friends who are there to have a good time!

If you haven’t got any single friends to bring then don’t worry – just go up and say hello to some of the guests.  It doesn’t matter if you find them attractive or not. When you do this, other people will assume they are interested in you and you’ll look instantly more popular. As well as that, you could make new friends who you can keep talking to during the night.

Use the Hosts

We pride ourselves on booking more hosts than any other Asian singles party company. These hosts are the friendliest in the business and are there to help you.  Don’t be afraid of speaking to one if you need assistance.  They can help you talk to the person you’ve been eyeing up all evening, or explain how the night works. Their job is to make sure you have a good time so please make the most of them. They don’t bite!

Try Everything

If you want to be successful, you need to throw yourself into everything. This means taking part in the ice breaking activities, having a go at speed dating and generally making the most of it.  It really doesn’t matter how well you do it, but it will help you relax and have fun.  All the activities are there for your benefit and can help you start conversations with new people.

Talk to the People you Like

I find myself saying this a lot, but as a paying customer you can talk to anyone you wish.  If someone else is with them, don’t worry.  Just wait a few minutes and step in. The last thing you want to do is go home regretting you blew your chance to say hello.  Even if they aren’t keen, you’ve not lost anything.  You didn’t know them before the party and you don’t know them after.  So there’s no risk involved.


Don’t forget to book your ticket HERE !


See you there,



Iphone App Service Update

Sunday, March 11th, 2018

On Friday we requested that our developers make a minor change to the website. This unfortunately, had knock on consequences in the iphone App causing it to crash unexpectedly.

Unfortunately, our developers do not work weekends so we were unable to contact them.

We emailed all our members to advise that you can gain full access to the service via the website until this issue is resolved.

I have now restored the system to overwrite the changes from Friday.  The App may have cached the erroneous data causing it to malfunction. If you still experience an issue, please delete the App and reinstall it. There are still some intermittent issues. Ideally, please use the website version until Monday.

We will provide a further update on Monday once our tech team have had a look.

Apologies for the inconvenience.


The Five Worst Ghosting Stories

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

You’ve probably heard of the dating term “ghosting.”  It’s when you are seeing someone and you think all is going well, only for them to completely disappear.  You’ll never see or hear from them again -just like a ghost.

Ghosting isn’t a new thing.  It’s something that has always gone on, but it’s more obvious.  In the age before emails and mobile phones it was much easier to avoid someone or hide from them.  But now it’s obvious if someone stops responding.  We’ve heard of some terrible ghosting stories and here are some of the worst.



John and Heather had been together quite a while, but he was starting to wonder if she was into him as much as he was to her.  He took her away from a weekend by the sea, expecting a romantic break.  However, after dinner on the first night she went out to get some wine from a nearby shop.  He returned to the hotel to meet her, only to discover she’d packed her bags and left.



Not all ghosts are gone forever.  We heard from one lady who told us about a man she’d been dated who had ended up ghosting her.  She’s tried several times to reach out, but he blocked her from calling or seeing his social media accounts.  Strangely, he popped back about a year later apologising and saying he’d been ill.  She reluctantly agreed to give him another chance, only for the same things to happen.  When he got in touch a few months later she decided enough was enough and blocked him instead.



Sarah and Tim had been dating for 18th months and were talking about marriage.  She told him he’d have to get her Dad’s permission first. He agreed but that was the last time she ever heard from him.

Sarah did her own investigating and discovered Tim had been in a relationship the whole time they were seeing each other.



One lady went on a few dates with a man she’d met on a dating app.  They ended up having a falling out when she refused to kiss him.  She ghosted him and forgot all about him ….until she started a new job a few months later.   It turned out her new boss was the same guy she’d disappeared on.  Awkward!


5)  This one is the worst ghosting story of all.   Maria met a man in a bar and they hit it off.  He was a very mysterious type with an air of “bad boy” about him that she found attractive. He always seemed to want to meet in bars and often went missing for a few days at a time. While he was nice enough to her, everyone else seemed a bit wary or him and her friends couldn’t stand him. Eventually he went missing for good.  She only discovered the truth when she saw the front page of a local newspaper and found out he’s gone to prison for armed robbery.


If you don’t want to see someone again then it’s always better just to be honest with them.  Let them know politely that you aren’t interested in seeing them again.  That way they know they can get on with their lives and date other people.


Do you have a ghosting story of your own?   If you do – let us know!