Here’s one of my top picks from this week’s submissions. Will yours appear next week? Get inspired, get involved. Share your thoughts here: Love Quest Survey.
Anne-Sophie from Montreal, age 50-59:
Q: Do you believe in love at first sight?
A: Yes I believe in love at first sight, it has happened to me before and it lasted 10 beautiful years.
Q: Would you/have you ever used an online dating site?
A: Yes I have used many online dating sites, and I have met good people, some I have been with for a few months, some a few days, and some a few hours.
Q: Would you/have you ever used a matchmaking service?
A: I have never used a matchmaking service, but I would be open to do so
Q: Do you kiss and tell?
Q: Do you believe in soulmates, i.e. that there is only one person out there for you?
A: I believe there are many soulmates out there for me… nothing is forever anymore!
Q: What’s the worst opening line that’s ever been thrown your way?
A: What do you eat to be so pretty (must say it sounds better in French) but still it’s a no no.
Q: If you had to plan your perfect date, what would you do?
A: First I would let him plan the date and it will tell me a lot about the person and it will help me decide whether I want to see him again. It does not have to be perfect, but it has to be comfortable for both of us.
Q: What’s the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you on a date?
A: The most embarrassing thing that happened to me on a first date is that I was sitting in a restaurant with a gentleman who never looked at me in the eyes throughout the whole meal and walking back home on Sherbrooke street, he put his right hand on my ass… should we forgive him because he was Italian… I didn’t.
Q: Under what circumstances would you say it is permissible to date a friend’s ex-spouse (if any)?
A: To date a friends’ ex husband is very delicate, but, each situation is different, there are no rules here. The best way to handle it I believe is to be honest and open about it and to those who are concerned.
Q: What’s the most romantic thing you’ve ever done for someone else?
A: The most romantic thing I have ever done for a man is write him a love note on the table in the morning with my cereal (alphabits) it may look ridiculous but it takes a lot of time.