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Trimming the Tree, Dating and Love: A Metaphor for Finding Your Match During the Festive Season

November 30, 2023 by admin in Dating Advice, Dating Ireland, Latest News

Some of you may say it’s a reach or stretching a metaphor beyond its elastic limit, but stay with us: the act of decorating a Christmas tree is somewhat akin to the pursuit of love—a process that involves patience, care, and a touch of magic. As the holiday season draws ever closer, households across Ireland set out on the cherished tradition of adorning their homes with festive cheer, much like the quest to find love amidst the magical backdrop of Christmas. Let us elaborate…

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Getting Real with Dating and Genuine Matchmaking

August 12, 2023 by Feargal Harrington in Dating Ireland, Latest News

At Intro, we have always prided ourselves on the very core of our service: verifiable, real people being matched with other verifiable, real people. Now, in our fully refurbished Grafton Street location, our offices have grown to match the growth in our membership; a membership of genuine singletons who have had enough of the false promise of dating apps.

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Let’s Get Physical – A Note About Consent

March 30, 2023 by Feargal Harrington in Dating Advice, Matchmaker Says

The issue of consent has become very much, the zeitgeist, but how can men know what’s acceptable contact, and what’s not on a first date? Thankfully I have never come across a man that agrees with the entitled Trumpian view of women as pieces of meat that can be grabbed at will. Nor have I…

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It’s no longer as easy as meeting the perfect spouse at a dance

February 16, 2023 by Feargal Harrington in Dating Ireland, Latest News

Feargal Harrington, co-founder of Intro Matchmaking Agency talks to The Irish Catholic about how difficult it can be for people looking for a serious relationship in modern Ireland.