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We also just back from a lovely romantic weekend to celebrate one of our birthdays and hopefully more to come!I'm new to Two's Company and so far have found all staff are professional, sensitive and caring.She went on two dates and both times, Paula says, the men were not what she was hoping for or expecting.And having gone on two less-than-successful dates, she’s not holding out hope for the third one.Meanwhile, Sharon Kenny – the matchmaker Paula spoke to and handed over her money to – called Liveline to dispute Paula’s version of events. You can hear just how heated things got, and hear from other listeners on the subject of online dating, as well as the rest of Liveline above.Two’s Company is Ireland’s most successful Introduction, Matchmaking and Dating agency.We're grateful we've been 'thrown together' and try to make the most of the time we have in each others company.We dont hatch plans for the future - but just enjoy the here and now and the benefits its brings.
But she thought that was fine if it meant getting to meet the right person.
Then she heard an ad for an agency that involves meeting clients personally, matching them up, and charging €550 for the privilege.
This seriousness, Paula told Damien O’Reilly – sitting in for Joe Duffy on Monday’s Liveline – led her to believe that she would stand a better chance of a successful outcome than her previous efforts.
Paula is a divorced woman in her 50's with a hectic social life who’d tried several online dating sites, but found, among other things, that a lot of the men were married.
In Paula’s case, it got her three and she doesn’t think it was money well spent.