Really rural dating bios you’d only find on Muddy Matches

Tuesday, June 08th, 2021

Muddy Matches attracts thousands of welly-wearing singletons from all walks of country life to sign up each week, each looking to unearth their perfect needle in a haystack when it comes to matters of the heart.

The hunt for rural romance is inspired by a certain muddy way of life and every new online dating profile is thoroughly vetted for countryside credentials that really make the heart sing.

Welly wearing singletons want to show off their grubby side, and this often means quirky and quintessentially country comments find their way into the bio copy on dating profiles. Some of the profiles are so thickly laden in rural life that you can almost smell the slurry.

So here we wallow in the best genuine bio lines we’ve spotted in real life profiles that you’re only ever likely to find on Muddy Matches.

“I’ll pretend to be interested and listen when you talk about your collection of vintage agricultural machinery  if you pretend I am always right, about everything. Do we have a deal?”

Sally, 51 knows the secret to a muddy relationship is compromise!

“It’s come to that point in life where, as much as I love talking to my herd of Herefords, I think it would be good to chat cows and other nonsense with a likeminded woman who finds my jokes funny, instead.”

It’s black and white for Ian, 43. He’s hoping love ‘mooooves’ in mysterious ways.

“I’d love to match with a real country gent who will look at me the same way I look at the new John Deere brochure. He’s out there, I know he is. Are you my muddy Mr Right?”

On the pull. Lisa, 36, could well be a-tractored to you!

“I’m a crazy goat girl on the hunt for someone who embraces all my weirdness and can accept that we will forever be surrounded by animals with my hording issues!”

Ask Sarah about her gourmet goats… no, we’re not kidding!

“Horses before hoes; Dogs before dudes kind of a person! Basically animals are the key to my happy heart but I wouldn’t mind a man with a farm (not essential though).”

Go on, release the animal instincts in Victoria, from Hampshire.

“Young estate manager, looking to find someone in the same field as me… literally! Looking to find my final sheep to roll around in the hay shed with.”

Joel, 27, deserves to have the girls ‘flocking’ to him with such a pun-tastic profile.

Looking to date. Just a chance to put make up on for someone would be nice. That would make for a pleasant change from having cow muck on my face after feeding up.

Lisa, Norfolk will be ‘made up’ if she finds a fella who appreciates the scent of eau de’ farm.

“Crazy horse girl so really looking for a farmer that has a towbar and a place to keep my horse! Just kidding (unless you have a towbar. And free livery yard space).

Laura’s playful wish list is for a er, stable relationship, with benefits of a country kind…