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Love is definitely in the air this spring! We absolutely love reading about happy couples who have met on Muddy Matches, so we’ve been thrilled to receive so many great success stories and couldn’t wait to share them with you.
One of our recent favourites came from Beccy, who found love with a muddy match who lived on the opposite side of the country. Click to see a lovely photo of the happy couple, which makes you feel a little warm and fuzzy inside.
In contrast to Beccy’s long-distance romance, is Tanya’s success story of finding love close to home. Tanya who lived just 12 miles from her husband, had never met him before they messaged each other on Muddy Matches and found out that they even shared some of the same friends.
Then there is Robert, who shows that it’s worth putting in the effort to find your Mrs Right and Natasha who loves telling people that she met the love of her life online.
Meg not only found her met her lovely fiancée on the site, but also knows of 10 friends who met their other half on the site! Sarah also proved that Muddy Matches is also a great website to find country-minded friends if you move to a new area . However, one of her new found friends also turned out to be the love of her life.
If you’ve met the love of your life on Muddy Matches or even made some great friends through the site, get in touch with us to let us know.
A new BBC show, produced by Predictable Media is looking for single men who would like a makeover to help them to find a date.
Assistant producer Kat said:
“In the show, three of the best businesses compete to be named Best in Town. The show we are currently working on pitches three of the best beauticians in London against each other. There are three rounds in the show, and the final round, is the ultimate challenge that puts our beauticians to the test and under pressure.
Creatively, we were thinking of finding three single men who are looking for a date/ girlfriend, and our beauticians would be challenged to make them over, groom them, and help them feel confident ahead of a night of speed dates.”
If you would like to take part, please email Kat Yazhari.
Professor Monica Whitty and Dr Sue Jamison-Powell at the University of Leicester are carrying out a study into identity. They are looking for people who are using online dating sites to take part in the survey.
Dr Sue Jamison-Powell said:
“If you are currently using a dating site you are invited to take part in our study which examines identity across offline and online spaces. The study involves you completing personality questionnaires and answering questions about online dating. The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. You will have the opportunity to be entered into a draw to win a £300 Amazon voucher.”
Well, it’s been an eventful few days with the recent weather conditions here at MM HQ, we hope you’re all keeping safe and warm! We’ve had some fantastic wintry photos sent in this week from our members, here’s a look at a few of our favourites.
If you’d like to get in contact with any of these members then click on the photo and it will take you directly to their full profile.
In September we launched our photo competition, entitled What Makes You Muddy?, asking people to send in pictures of what being ‘muddy’ meant to them.
We received 40 photos, that spanned the full spectrum of what it is to be ‘muddy’, ranging from the literal (lots of mud covered people) to countryside scenes and outdoor pursuits. Animals also featured heavily in the photos; including sheep, dogs, horses and cattle.
We were so impressed by the collection that we awarded every person who entered a week’s free subscription to Muddy Matches and three lucky winners also took the top prizes.
Gold prize winner – Roger
Roger’s photo made us laugh out loud and was a unanimous winner, scooping him a year’s free subscription. We’re not sure that his Labrador puppy, Bracken was quite as impressed with his antics.
Silver prize winner – Joanna
We were slightly worried that Joanna had been mown down by her over-enthusiastic sheep in this photo, but we awarded her six month’s free subscription anyway for this amusing up-turned farmyard shot.
Bronze prize – Lydya
Lydya’s photo really caught our eye, as I must admit it’s not every day that you see a photo of a lady learning how to work the land using Oxen. Lydya who developed a soft spot for the “big hearted” animals has won a three month long subscription to Muddy Matches.