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My friend and I – although sober – went totally NUTS on the dance floor and ** had fun.Or rather, they don't ‘date’ in the way that you and I (fellow Torontonians and people of the world at large) may be familiar with.Over here, it seems that young men and women meet through friends, work or in a bar/club and after meeting and consuming alcohol, the newly acquainted individuals go back to someone’s flat and shag.Generally there is a three to six date policy before sleeping with someone, depending on how skanky you are, how much you like the person etc. After a few dates (and possible make out sessions), people in Toronto have that dreaded serious talk: the are-we-a-mutually-exclusive-couple-or-should-we-call-it-quits-so-I-can-make out-with-some-other-hot-lawyer-now?!As such, because of the widely accepted practice of courting, men in Toronto seem more apt at making the first move.
And let us be under no illusion, the responsibility rests fully with the Health Secretary, Shona Robison and her line manager, Nicola Sturgeon, for this is the Scottish National Health Service that is being discussed.