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a participant in a blind date (someone you meet for the first time when you have a date with them)

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a date with a stranger

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The picker makes their date choices based purely on a three course menu that the blind dates have devised to entice them.
My mom] and Bruce [Jenner] met on a blind date - and they've been married now [for] 20 years.
I'M not surprised that Marc Perodeau can't find love after 353 blind dates (The Mirror, March 18).
For 28 years she has been devoted to husband Bobby Willis, leaving sexual shenanigans to young couples on her Blind Date sofa.
MY cousin has invited me to go on a blind date with a friend of hers, but my divorce three years ago has made me nervous of meeting new people.
Following a Blind Date game show format, borrowers make their book selection by reading short descriptions, as if they were choosing their ideal partner.
MATCHMAKER: Cilla Black sends more lovebirds on a Blind Date (ITV, 7.
Secretary Emma, 22, says: "I'd scoffed at blind dates and thought they could never lead to a lasting romance.
Already successful, the site provides Blind Date viewers and Excite users with comprehensive information on the program, and has incorporated co-branded Excite/Blind Date "personals", chat and voice chat rooms, virtual blind dates, a searchable database of participants' pictures and bios, and a "TV Finder" where users can find out when and where the syndicated show airs in their area.
This is a terrific extension of the Blind Date brand into the mobile space," says Betsy Bergman, Vice President, Marketing, NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.
The actress, who also starred in Waking the Dead, met scriptwriter Craig Woodrow on a blind date two years ago.
During the half-hour, viewers are invited to enjoy all the joy and humiliation of the typical blind date.
com), after restaurants, bookstores are the second most popular locations to meet blind dates for both women and men (61% vs.
She helped out a male contestant and a girl on stand-by in case one of the blind dates dropped out.
But, go you do, and everything that happens confirms why blind dates are so dreaded.