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Yesterday it was reported that Britain is "leading the way" in online dating. Of those looking for romance or "erotic encounters" online, Now, I'm not happy about this either women, eh? No wonder men have to take to the internet!
For a start, internet dating still precludes the whole "being asked out in front of my friends" factor, which was as much a part of dating's appeal to me as the date itself. I order my groceries online, I order my clothes online and I generally conduct most of my banking online, which is perhaps why the whole online thing — while I can certainly appreciate its convenience and practicality — has never tickled me as an especially romantic setting.
One friend recently told me about a friend of his who is partial to employing the romantic services of a website called Plenty of Fish. Now, love may indeed be a mysterious force but I personally find it hard to imagine it originating from a company with the word "fish" in the name.
Maybe it's the American in me but I'm more of a fan of asking people out in person. Heck, I once asked out a hairdresser because he looked rather cute from my perspective of hanging upside down in a sink as he applied conditioner to my ends.
But I am no innocent when it comes to internet dating.
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Oh no, no, no, I live my subject. I was once on a well-known internet dating site for two whole weeks after my friends took pity on me following an especially painful breakup and enrolled me. I say "took pity on me" but in truth it felt more like "punish me" when I went on my first — and, funnily enough, only — internet date and the chap commenced proceedings by asking me what Simon Hoggart is really like.
Ah, the sweet, sweet sound of romance. The chief executive of the company that conducted this study into Britain's internet dating habits says that it proves "the British are very open-minded", noting especially "Britain's colourful dating landscape", with its variety of "themed sites" from religion-specific to more fetishistic. I say it proves precisely the opposite. Dating online might be useful in terms of meeting people you would never and possibly should never meet, but it's still a form of shyness: There is nothing wrong with internet dating — it wasn't for me but then neither is quiche and I accept that lots of people love quiche although they're wrong.
Lady meets two Siamese cats who are mischievous and creepy.
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The climactic scene involves a beady-eyed rat threatening a baby and then a frantic chase where one secondary dog character briefly appears to be dead. Sexy Stuff Some romance between Lady and the Tramp including the famous scene where they unexpectedly kiss when slurping a spaghetti noodle.
The restaurant chef helps create a romantic dinner for the dogs. References to the Tramp's previous romantic liaisons that result in some brief jealousy from Lady.
Mentions of marriage between dogs. In the end, the dogs are raising puppies together.
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There are a few scenes that are potentially scary, including a climactic scene where the dogs try to protect a baby who's threatened by a beady-eyed rat and an accident scene where a secondary character appears to be dead, but then later appears mildly injured.
The Siamese cats are more mischievous than mean, but they can seem creepy to young kids they also embody some dated stereotypes. Romance is a theme throughout, with the two main characters ending up together raising puppies.