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Blonde beauty Daisy is 57 turning 58 but said she gets approached on the site by 'much younger men'.She said she is looking for 'friendship' or possibly 'a good-looking silver fox'. 'Toyboys are not keepers,' Daisy added Tanya, who coyly said she was in her '50s' admits she has been told she looks like supermodel Christy Turlington and actress Denise Richards but said she doesn't think she looks 'anything like them'.Blinking nervously, he looks around to find himself in what should be every red-blooded man's idea of heaven.Ten attractive single women are sitting at individual tables, each waiting expectantly to talk to him. 'I popped a mint in my mouth, fixed on my name tag and promptly fainted,' he confesses. In fact, he believes that he is so ugly that women won't want to spend even ten minutes with him, let alone allow him to prove what a lovable, loyal partner he might be.
Dr Kerri Mc Pherson, a chartered health psychologist at Glasgow's Caledonian University, believes that simply identifying yourself in your own head as ugly can have a negative effect on your personality and experiences.I politely declined the invitation, it was not what I was looking for.' Father-of-four Richard, 56, has been approached by women of all ages but has yet to feel a spark. Taking a deep breath, Stan Cattermole sidles into a crowded London wine bar.And it's struck a chord with the millions of other men who believe they are also too ugly to find love.