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boyfriend

Name Ricky Age 32 Occupation I work In Food PR and I’m trying to get into property development

Boyfriend status: I’m single. I enjoy the single life and dating is great, but I think I’m coming to a point where I’d now like to start building something with someone special.

His relationship history: I’ve never had a proper boyfriend. I know this might seem shocking and scary, but I haven’t really taken the time to search for Mr Right. I’m looking for a guy to be a boyfriend – without the drama.

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