pic.twitter.com/jar Rjct XAz — Shanghai Eye (@Shanghai Eye) October 13, 2016 "We've been to Mc Donald's and KFC. We feel like aliens there - surrounded by youngsters.
“If there is another place in Shanghai where elderly people can gather, we are more than ready to pay twice as much and travel farther." But the new rules have not stopped the tenacious singles from enjoying their day out.
has spent the last couple of years languishing in a vault awaiting a release on these magnificent shores.
He could have begun by ditching all attempts at broad humour since not one of the gags hits the funny bone.
Star Trek’s Chris Pine is a real charmer in this low-budget comedy, but the same can’t be said of the film itself.
The first is a revolutionary experiment that could allow him to see.
The other is the wonderfully fragrant new receptionist called Leeza (Anjali Jay). So it's a bit of a bummer that Leeza's family has arranged for her to marry a nice Indian chap (Sendhil Ramamurthy, hopelessly wooden Dr Suresh in Heroes). Especially director James Keach who has no idea how to make the misconceived pieces of the script fit together.
A muddled mix of fratboy comedy, disability drama and cross-cultural romance, it sees blind Danny (Pine) attempting to meet the woman of his dreams.
Egged on by his laddish brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas), he goes on a series of literal blind dates, only raising the odd laugh when attempting to pass himself off as a sighted person.
To all the single ladies (and single fellas) out there: time to get crazy.
Online dating site Ok Cupid has launched a new blind date app, and it can hook you up in a hot minute.
“What we really wanted, even when we first started Ok Cupid, was the ability for you to come in and say, ‘Give me a date,’ and deliver that promise,” co-founder Sam Yagan tells TIME.
Now that users primarily access Ok Cupid through mobile devices — the site saw mobile usage increase 20-fold in the past year — Yagan says it’s the perfect time to release the app.
Crazy Blind Date, available for i Phone and Android, is all about immediacy, especially for those who find the endless back-and-forth messages typical of online dating to be a buzzkill.