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Opportunities tend to knock less frequently, and when they do rat-a-tat-tat at your door, you don’t move as quickly as you used to, so by the time you get there, they’ve moved on to the next house. You have a choice here: you can either sit opposite me, let me get a fork and have a normal, potentially enjoyable conversation while we eat, or you can insist I use chopsticks and watch in horror as prawns, noodles and dignity go flying just about everywhere but inside my mouth. Please excuse the pun; I’ve only had one cup of tea. Dull fact: in the online version of the column they totally stitch Matt up and have ‘leftwing’ as one word (as per the Guardian style guide, oh yes).
This is, like, foreshadowing to an incredible degree so hang on to the edge of your seats while we get where we’re going. If this were a game of snap, we’d be laying down cards a long time with no matches, wouldn’t we? I’m 40 soon, so I really should swot up on disagreeable things I can wheel out at the dinner table. Every shape of phallus, arse and breast they’ve encountered?
It’s like mentioning someone has vaginismus or an undescended testicle.
Experience is a curse and a blessing – youthful ignorance gives way to the suspicion, or worry, people may not be all they seem. But you have to give it a go, and taking the plunge this week are 47-year-old script consultant Kati and Matt, 48, an account manager. Even people who agree on politics can’t help but disagree about something, like whether to put salt in with the pasta when you’re boiling it. Hahaha yes I REALLY believe someone looking for a “leftie rebel” would sit tight like Miss Muffet when faced with a Telegraph-reading Tory. Why did you keep putting the top back on the bottle in the first place? I suppose screwing a wine bottle top on and off would give you something to do while Kati was squirming in her seat at everything you said. Kati has just zoomed ahead and has dropped a massive – and surprising, I must say – spoiler bomb in our laps. It appears Kati may have let very limited control of her tongue. Only bring out the politics once you’re absolutely sure a) you’d never screw them in a million years, or b) you’d never screw them or c) they’re the best screw you’ve ever had and you don’t care if they’re Ukip – you want that thing everywhere. Buttons should be pushed, levers pulled, cordons brushed aside, “DO NOT ENTER” signs torn down. The participants in the date are aware this may happen, I assume, and know these answers will appear in the public arena. I am critiquing the answers, not the people themselves.
It’s interesting to see we’re ageing up in the column again, after a brief spell earlier in the year when each week’s participants still had traces of amniotic fluid around their hairline. (That’s a trap, btw: nobody eats pasta anymore.) EDIT: Someone on Twitter pointed out the “Amalfi” typo in the magazine. Owen Jones, famously, has a zip on his mouth that he helpfully closes when within five miles of someone who doesn’t share his views. Why did the waiter even leave the top for the wine bottle with you? Oh hang on, we know that already, remember: look where it ended up. The thing is, even if you don’t have that much in common with a date while you’re wrestling chopsticks and blanching because they just said all single mothers should be thrown into a lake, you might as well kiss them because sometimes the most disagreeable people of all are the very, very best at snogging. If you are the couple in this date and want to give your side of the story, get in touch and I will happily publish any rebuttal.Katie Price (born Katrina Amy Alexandra Alexis Infield; ), previously known by the pseudonym Jordan, is an English television personality and glamour model.