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“We talked again and later moved on to Jasper’s, a rock night club which used to be under the Tay Hotel.
“I was a 19-year-old with a leather jacket, jeans and T-shirt, working as an apprentice architect’s technician while Paula was 23 and between jobs. ” Three months after their first meeting, Phill moved into Paula’s flat on Dundee’s Bell Street.
Kat, 23, had met a few other girls via the website but without much success.
As the annual celebration of love creeps up on Tuesday, we look at dating through the ages, and speak to three couples who met in very different ways. They met at a Dundee pub in 1991 and have been inseparable ever since.
With sites like these, you can save time and money scouring clubs and pubs in the vague hope that Mr or Mrs Right might walk through the door, or fall into your arms.
Dundee couple Kat Marshall and Sally Melville met on Blendr, which Kat describes as “the lesbian version of Grindr” (a gay dating site) back in 2013.
“I wouldn’t have had the gumption to try online dating these days so hats off to anyone who does.” Paula, 49, an administrative officer for the Department of Works and Pensions, says having mutual friends allowed the couple to meet.
“While they were talking to each other what else could we do but chat? “We discovered we had lot in common and probably more importantly, enjoyed each other’s company.