On his part, he thought I was a spoiled little princess.
On my 19th birthday (April 2009), my band was playing a Good Friday concert in a tiny town.
One in three people said they'd exchanged phone numbers at an event with someone they fancied and one in ten said they'd fallen in love.
Women from metropolis are more autonomous financially; they often look for men who are determined and ready to ensure a standard of living at least equivalent to that the woman had before meeting the man.We’re endlessly fascinated by how people meet their partners.The most obscure, unlikely and chance scenarios can lead to a lifetime of love.'While more and more first time interactions are being formed via apps and social media, the study findings are resounding proof there is no replacement for real life connections in taking a possible love match to the next level,' said Laura Huddle, Head of Marketing at Eventbrite Australia.It was certainly true for South Australian couple Kari and Triloks Vallury, who met at a world music event at an Adelaide bar and, after 18 months together, decided to get hitched at the city's famous WOMAD music festival last year.'We both love WOMAD.The food and ambience is everything we would want at our wedding.