Scottish dating customs married with children dating game
Charmingly, though, a handful of our respondents still write old-fashioned love letters.
When it comes to the subject of who should pay the bill on a first date however, the traditionalists are out in force, with 65.6 per cent saying a man should pay, 32.8 per cent believing in going Dutch, and a tiny 0.2 per cent thinking the woman should get her purse out."That's quite unusual these days for people in their twenties," says Naik.
Only 13.2 per cent of you think that romance is dead, with the widest-eyed romantics being in the Highlands, where every single one of our respondents think romance is still alive and kicking.
Almost a third of you think online dating is perfectly normal in this day and age, and more than a quarter of you use text messaging to keep in touch with your partner.
So with Valentine's Day just around the corner, what have Scots got planned?
Although my experiences are all my own (and I don’t claim that my experiences necessarily reflect those of others), I’ve found some overlap amongst my own experiences.
Perhaps the most intriguing Valentine's statistic of all, however, is the 5.3 per cent of you who confessed you will be sending a secret Valentine's message this year, but not to your partner.
But perhaps they might prefer a bar of chocolate or even just a nice cup of tea instead.
I’d like to start off by saying, in general, I’m not a romantic.
Despite my young age, I’m somewhat jaded because of my previous experiences with love and long-term relationships.
I think part of this is because none of it feels real; when I’m outside my normal day-to-day life, I find it easier to take risks.