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The Undateables

A_man_called_CHIOG  Male  South East London 10-Feb-2017 07:24 Message #4677048
I have watched the latest series on tv and find it both fascinating and informative. I believe it does help others to understand the difficulties of others.

Do you think it helps?

Do you think it harms?
HonestBob  Male  the Central region 10-Feb-2017 12:42 Message #4677081
Love the show, I should be on it!!! haha

Never knew a new season started... need to catch up on my days off.
johnlock  Male  Essex 10-Feb-2017 13:04 Message #4677082
I've never seen the show but I do seem to be undateable!

Andromeda  Female  Berkshire 10-Feb-2017 14:39 Message #4677095
I love the show too honestbob. The 'undateables' are real stars and put you through so many emotions of laughter and sadness but they all show how much they have to offer a partner.
Eschifer  Female  Cheshire 10-Feb-2017 18:59 Message #4677137
I keep meaning to watch it as the adverts for it look good
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 10-Feb-2017 19:00 Message #4677138
" Do you think it helps? "

You might be addressing the wrong audience here.
AndyMacG  Male  the West Midlands 10-Feb-2017 20:44 Message #4677155
I have a son who has a learning difficulty that was in the last series of undatable's ... he had a relationship that lasted for about a year then due to circumstances like distance (Aprox 20miles) and other ailments that we wouldn't have to deal with, it sadly ended :(

My son is 38 and he had never had a relationship before and consequently since but as much as i like the program it doesn't reflect the real meaning of the title "Undatable's"

Andy Mac
londonlee  Male  Buckinghamshire 11-Feb-2017 17:42 Message #4677285
I have a young friend with dwarfism who was interviewed for the show but decided not to do it as she felt too shy. She loves the show and believes it helps both those with disabilities and also helps the public understand some of the problems. I agree with her.
brisinger  Male  Lancashire 11-Feb-2017 18:21 Message #4677290
Kudos to Andy's son for going on it but as a person with multiple disablities I personally don't approve of it. I would only apply if people sponsored me for a charity event.
Nigel_In_Devon  Male  Devon 11-Feb-2017 20:38 Message #4677314
I don't think I have ever seen an episode of the program. Is it like some of the other reality shows and involve humiliation if contestants? IF it is, then I am unlikely to like it.
Andromeda  Female  Berkshire 11-Feb-2017 20:55 Message #4677316
It's nothing like that Nigel. It's a specialist dating company and its all handled very sensitively. I wouldn't watch five minutes of it otherwise.
kallone  Female  Devon 12-Feb-2017 11:12 Message #4677367
I'm in a wheelchair but dont have too much difficulty meeting new men as a lot of men stop to help me as I whizz around so I have been lucky. I think the programme is brilliant and honest and I never miss it.
londonlee  Male  Buckinghamshire 12-Feb-2017 15:39 Message #4677430
Comments on this programme are very positive which is what i have found offline too.
capnblackbeard  Male  Hertfordshire 16-Apr-2017 18:36 Message #4684557
its a great programme and im a big fan,
seen one of the poeple who appeared on it the other week,

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