Kildare Nationalist — TV dating show seeks contestants from Kildare | #tinder | #pof

Stuck in the house? Sick of being single? Constantly scrolling through your Tinder or Grindr yearning for the days when meeting people for dates will be possible again?

If dating apps have you on a road to nowhere, perhaps swiping right was all wrong all along. Could the secret be to ask for the expertise and insight of your mam or dad?

Pulling with my Parents will soon be back on RTÉ2, and wants to save young singles from the merry-go-round of bad dates – once we’re all allowed out of the house and back on the merry-go-round, that is.

RTÉ are looking for men and women from Kildare who are jaded with swiping, ghosting and disastrous dates, to give something new a try.

What is the magic solution? Hand over the reins to mam and dad! Parents of misguided millennials will roll up their sleeves to give their babies’ dating profiles an old fashioned overhaul. Say goodbye to saucy selfies and hello to a family snap from your sister’s wedding.

If you’re single and up for a laugh – or if your child’s love life is in need of some TLC – then email: [email protected]. And even if your family don’t want to take part, we want to hear from people who think that they would be chosen by a mammy to go on a date with their beloved child!

You must be over 18 years of age and living in Ireland. If your mam is camera shy, fear not – grandparents, aunts, uncles, step-parents, godparents and single parents are all welcome to take part.

Clips from Series One of Pulling with my Parents:

When you try to explain ‘doggystyle’ to your parents https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ok-7dt7N3T4

When Your Mam Sees Your Tinder…  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3s-qIao7mQ

Sophie’s Mam Takes Control of Her Dating…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwuRGV7W3Tc

When Mam and Dad Read Your Tinder Messages… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrLeTnVtdRg

 




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