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The first rule of the London Underground is: You do not talk aboard the London Underground.
Day 1 I’m wearing red because I heard men are drawn to it and, frankly, I need all the help I can get.
When I’m in a good mood I’ll sometimes chat to people on the train but never the Tube.
My daily commute lasts three hours, including half an hour on the Tube.
It was time to see if, in the words of the late 90s boyband, I could find Love On The Northern Line.
I ask where he’s from and we discuss Sicily before his Tube arrives. Notting Hill Gate to Bond Street – Central Line After catching his eye and smiling, I talk to an attractive guy reading Metro.
When I get my train there’s no potentials although, each time the Tube doors open, it’s nerve-wracking and a bit like when the screen goes back on Blind Date. Paddington to Notting Hill Gate – Circle Line At Notting Hill Gate there’s a guy so cute I consider falling down the stairs to get his attention. I ask what he thinks of the paper and we chat, then he blocks me by taking out his phone.
Westminster to South Kensington I spot a really cute guy in a checked shirt waiting for the train.
Bond Street to Westminster – Jubilee Line ‘I like your tie,’ I tell a smartly-dressed office type as we’re wedged in together by the door.
He looks surprised but seems happy to talk – I mean we spin out a conversation about ties for five minutes.
About 1.3billion people use the Tube every year – more than half a billion potential love interests.
It’s more varied than a pub, cheaper than a night out and less forced than a singles event.
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