Epigram Blind Date returns with Patrick Stewart and Chloe Cole who search for love in the cat pub, Bag o’Nails.
What were your first impressions?
PS: ‘She was late, but I quickly forgave her when she was very open and chatty from the
CC: ‘I was really panicked about being late to the date, so my first impression was that he
didn’t seem really angry about that, which was good’
What did you talk about?
PS: ‘The scary amount of skulls in her room; her love for bears and wolves and all animals;
and her grandparents’ house in France where she spends lots of time chasing after deer’
CC: ‘Law, travelling and food’
Were there any awkward moments?
PS: ‘Don’t think there were any awkward moments – chat flowed well’
CC: ‘I never really think before I speak, and so I accidentally blurted out way too ealry about
the boar’s head I have in my room’
Describe your date in three words.
PS: ‘Pretty, crazy and good craic’
CC: ‘Interesting, funny, Irish?’
Would you see them again?
PS: ‘Yeah, I’d happily meet up with her again’
CC: ‘He lives across the road, so would be difficult not to’
Would you introduce them to parents?
PS: ‘She seems just about crazy enough to keep up with my friends, so yes. Mum wanted to see
a picture of her as soon as I told her I was going on a date, so mum is keen to be introduced!’
CC: ‘My mum would probably fancy him because she likes rugby players, so that could be
weird – but yes’
What happened at the end of the date?
PS: ‘Chloe had an essay to write, but luckily we lived close by so just walked to our houses’
CC: ‘I had to go and write an essay, so we had a really chaste hug.
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