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    Who’ll find love on our blind date? This week its Jay, 28, and Armin, 28

    Who’ll find love on our blind date? This week its Jay, 28, and Armin, 28, but will romance be on the cards?

    • Every week FEMAIL sends a couple on a blind date and asks them to report back 
    • This week Jay, 28, and Armin, 28, had a video call date and enjoyed their evening
    • Would you like us to find you a date? Are you a singleton, or is there someone you’d like to send on a blind date? Email: [email protected]

    Jay, 28  

    Dating past?

    I’ve had a couple of short-term boyfriends. My longest relationship lasted six months. I haven’t felt much of a connection with anyone I’ve met on dating apps — I prefer to meet men through friends.

    Pre-date nerves?

    I went on my first virtual date two weeks ago, but the conversation was stilted and the internet connection wasn’t good, so I was nervous about this one.

    My friend put me up for it — I’ve never been on a blind date before. I put on a good shirt and brushed my hair beforehand.

    Jay, 28, said he would like to meet someone tall, dark and handsome, and who has a good sense of humour 

    VITAL STATISTICS  

    Jay, 28 

    Single for a year, no children.

    CURRENT ROLE

    Social media marketing manager.

    WOULD LIKE TO MEET

    Someone tall, dark and handsome, who has a good sense of humour and can easily make me laugh. 

    I also find ambitious men rather sexy.

     

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    First impressions?

    Armin was someone I would choose to go on a date with myself. He was wearing a white shirt, had nice arms and had done his hair. He even lit candles on the mantelpiece behind him.

    Easy to talk to?

    He had a lovely way of talking and we ended up chatting for nearly two hours. He asked me what my party trick was, so I showed him that I can touch my elbows together — I have hyperextension in my shoulders.

    Armin loves art and let me see some of his own paintings. I’m also a plant fan, so I enjoyed looking at his houseplants. We discussed our love of theatre, too.

    Embarrassing moments?

    I actually got his name wrong at the beginning. He said: ‘Guess who?’ I called him Armir. I was so embarrassed, but he took it well and it was all in good humour.

    Did sparks fly?

    It was hard to tell over video. I didn’t feel any butterflies, but since everything else is there, there might be potential.

    JAY’S VERDICT: 7/10 

    LIKED? His charisma.

    REGRETS? Getting his name wrong.

    See him again? Yes.

     

    Would you like to meet him in person?

    Definitely. I’d like to see if there is any chemistry, but I enjoy his company either way. We actually live quite close to one another in London. 

    We joked about running into each other on Clapham Common, as I’ve recently started jogging.

    What do you think he thought of you?

    He seemed to be more confident than me and was steering the conversation, but I couldn’t tell if he thought I was attractive or not.

    Would you like to take him home to your family?

    He would fit in well with my family and friends, as he’s such an easy-going person.

    Armin, 28 

    Dating past?

    I’m a relationship person. I was with my last boyfriend for a year-and-a-half. Before that I was in a relationship for two-and-a-half years — we lived together. I’ve used dating apps, but it’s hard to meet new people in your area.

    Armin, 28, said he would like to find someone kind, loyal and caring. He likes men who are funny and don’t take themselves too seriously

    Armin, 28, said he would like to find someone kind, loyal and caring. He likes men who are funny and don’t take themselves too seriously

    Pre-date nerves?

    I wasn’t nervous, although I did worry it would feel a bit weird. I haven’t been on any virtual dates since lockdown started.

    But, in the end, it was a lovely date. Our food even arrived at the same time, so it all worked out well. I had ordered Thai food and set up the table as if it was a proper date.

    VITAL STATISTICS 

    Armin, 28

    Single for seven months, no children.

    CURRENT ROLE

    Residential interior designer.

    WOULD LIKE TO MEET

    Someone kind, loyal and caring. I like men who are funny and don’t take themselves too seriously. 

    It would be great if he knows what he wants and is as ambitious as I am.

     

    First impressions?

    I was pleasantly surprised that the date wasn’t awkward at all. Jay was wearing a smart shirt and was very friendly. I don’t necessarily have a type — personality is more important to me — but I found Jay attractive.

    Easy to talk to?

    Absolutely. We had quite a lot in common, which always makes things easier. Both of us enjoy going to shows, galleries, the gym, and cafes, for instance.

    As he lives nearby, we had a good sense of each other’s lives and where we hang out.

    Embarrassing moments?

    Not really.

    Did sparks fly?

    We got on well, and he is a sweet guy, but I didn’t feel a spark of chemistry ignite between us.

    I think we friend-zoned each other quite quickly. It felt natural and comfortable, so I think we were on the same page. I didn’t feel there was any flirting.

    ARMIN’S VERDICT: 8/10

    LIKED? His relaxed, easy-going manner.

    REGRETS? None.

    See him again? Yes.

    Would you like to meet him in person?

    As a friend, yes. He’s a great guy. We live quite close to one another, so we may bump into each other. Or we could meet for coffee once the Government’s rules change.

    What do you think he thought of you?

    I don’t know. I hope he thought I was good company, because we chatted for so long.

    Would you like to take him home to your family?

    Yes, I would say so. He’s very laid-back. We’ve exchanged a few texts since the date and it was an enjoyable evening.

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