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Bullingford of member of clockmakers. This is the problem I have encountered with English men in London particularly — they are too polite. I only wish they were like that on The Tube. If the English stiff upper lip bothers you too, pay a visit to The Swan.
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The notion of one true love is charming really, but we live in different times now, times full of choices. Just count how many types of hummus your local supermarket has - the generations before us never had that type of choice so they married the geezer from down the road. So forget about meeting your soulmate and go stuff your face with hummus. See More: Dating, Featured, London. By: Jack Beresford.
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