When we proclaim that London has something for everyone, whatever your interests, we are confident that this is the case, so you had better believe us!But for a city that has everything, what more could it possibly want or need? Since our launch Dateinadash, London’s premier speed dating hosts, can honestly say (hand on heart) that the people of London keep yearning for more, and we happily oblige. ) In our minds, our popularity and huge demand can only ever be a great thing, right?In truth, it seems people just cannot get enough of the place, but why are people drawn to London so much?To put it simply, as well as being famous for a staggering amount of landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, The London Eye, The Millennium Dome, Hyde Park, Tower Bridge, and the River Thames, London has a lot more to offer.TBH we're not even sure if this is true, but we will say it 'til the death.6. Seriously, the tourist centre sells postcards of him.9. And if you refuse to drink one you are either a wimp or dead to us. Everyone's got a story about the time they saw Stephen Fry outside Tesco. We'll bang on about the time we thought we were getting an Alan Partridge statue.
Then after the event you can stay at the venue and carry on the talking and getting to know people you've liked more.
If you say one bad word about Delia Smith, we will put a hex on you. Yes, she gave a drunken interview and screamed like she was from the deepest circles of hell, and yes, you could almost smell the booze radiating from her every pore. It's the most desirable area to buy property in and would literally all stab our own nans to live there.5.
She is a Norfolk institution and a precious angel who we love more than the Queen. Don't mention the time she got wasted at a Norwich City F. We feel super cool telling people there are 365 pubs in Norwich, one for every day of the year baby. Yup, that man in the middle of the street making puppets dance to Elvis songs, he's our pride and joy. Oh no, they're the most disgusting puke-inducing pints of god knows what from The Mischief.
You don't know true fun until you've sat on those steps, with all the emo kids, debating the best way to cut the fingers off your gloves.10. Despite risking our lives every time we walk down it, we're weirdly proud that it's been named one of the most dangerous drinking spots in the UK. But the Anglia Square Not Leicester Square campaign will always be our proudest achievement.
Yup, we got the the premiere of Alan Partridge's film Alpha Papa moved to little ol' Norwich. Nirvana once played the Arts Centre and we will shamefully use this info to make ourselves appear cool. Don't bother booking a taxi home after a night out, we'll just get the SOS bus.