Parents Looking for Love? Mums Date Dads Giveaway

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Mums Date Dads Giveaway

So it’s New Years Eve and you are all on your own -again!. Haven’t you heard of Mums Date Dads? It is an exclusive site for single Mums and Dads who want to find love.

They know from first hand experience how difficult dating can be when you’re a single parent and how precious your free time is. Internet dating makes it so much easier to find someone that ticks your boxes!

So invite your friends around for the evening, get a couple of nice bottles of wine and let them help you set up your account and fill out your profile. It’s totally free to set up an account.Mums Date Dads Dating Site

Mums Date Dads, is the online single parents dating site devoted to helping single parents find other single parents looking to meet their perfect match!

The website allows users to:

  • Add a profile and photos
  • Search for other singles in your home town or by postcode
  • See who is online
  • Send a wink to the people you fancy
  • See who has been looking at your profile
  • Instant message other members
  • Make a video profile
  • Start a dating diary
  • Personality tests and star sign compatibility reports
  • UK telephone support

Dating, Lets Stay Safe

  • Pick a username or nickname that doesn’t give anything personal away.
  • Remember that overtly sexual, provocative or controversial usernames could attract the wrong kind of attention.
  • Keep your personal & private details to yourself. Don’t give anything away especially in your profile, there are plenty weirdo’s out there.
  • If someone starts to pressure you & you feel uncomfortable, walk away & stop all contact with them.  They know nothing about you so just ignore their messages. If it becomes a nuisance contact the site owners to let them know & you could even contact the police.
  • Be wary of opening email attachments from someone you have only just met.
  • Ensure that you keep your internet security software up to date.
  • Get to know the person not their profile.
  • Don’t feel pressured to meet until you are ready. This is your dating life, you choose when you are ready to move to the next stage.
  • Always meet in a public place & stay in a public place. You are safer when you are around members of the public, don’t be tempted to go somewhere private until you know them better.
  • Let someone know where you are going, who you are meeting & perhaps a time to check in with them.
  • Not going well? Make your excuses and leave.  Don’t feel guilty, it is better to be safe than sorry. You don’t owe anybody anything no matter how long you have been chatting/messaging on line.

You can get more information about dating on line here, please take  a few minutes to read them.

Giveaway

The lovely people at Mum’s Date Dads have given us three free six months memberships of the site to get you underway to finding the partner of your dreams. Each worth £120.

We really do appreciate & personally read every single comment that you leave us. It means a lot to us that you take the time to interact with us, so please continue to do so.

The mandatory question must be answered in the “Leave a comment here” box at the bottom of this page to make any further entries valid. No answer means no win! Please try to use 8 words or more in your comment.

Ends Midnight Sunday 22nd January 2017

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10 Thoughts to “Parents Looking for Love? Mums Date Dads Giveaway”

  1. Jayne Hammond

    A bbq on a beach as they are 2 of my favourite things 🙂

  2. Ruth Wollerton

    A nice pub meal with someone who makes me laugh and is intelligent. Thanks for the chance xxx

  3. Emma h

    Somewhere quiet with good food.
    To be honest as long as I’m with my husband, location wouldn’t matter

  4. Michelle Sykes

    A romantic meal with someone who has a great sense of humour. I love cooking and eating out and my date would need to appreciate good food.

  5. Kate Knight

    a nice meal with wine and no children!

  6. Amanda Coffman

    My ideal date would be to go ice skating ?
    Plenty of opportunity to grab the person you’re on a date with!!

  7. Warren Jacobs

    Lunch at a country pub/restaurant – the opportunity to get to know each other over lunch with the option of staying for drinks if we’re getting on.

  8. Lynsey Buchanan

    My ideal date would be at a nice restaurant and I would get the opportunity to try some nice food whilst being able to talk privately to my date.

  9. Richard Tyler

    A picnic in paris by the river with view of eiffel tower

  10. Jed Harper

    Nice personality and a good sense of humour is a must! A good listener is a good trait in a partner.

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