Like 72% of the UK, the team at MM are suckers for love so we’ve decided to pucker up for charity and take part Ladbrokes Bingo’s #EverlastingKiss social media campaign to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
This Valentine’s Day, MM’s very own agony aunt hears from someone going through a break-up on one of the so-called most ‘romantic’ nights of the year.
Manchester restaurant asks ‘what became of the bovine hearted?’ with RAW ox heart burger as anti-Valentine’s
The dish was created by the owner of Manchester’s Splendid Kitchen, Mike Edge, and head chef Sam Longhurst, in the hope of appealing to customers who cringe at the romantic menus on offer at this time of year.
New research collated by hotel booking website Late Rooms has discovered that lovers in the North West are more likely to enjoy a two-day romping session under a false name.
Digital dumping is on the rise, according to a recent survey from the UK’s top dating website.
Charlie Hooson-Sykes,an Executive Assistant at the University of Manchester, discusses same sex schools, coming out as bisexual and the friendly faces that the city so great with MM.
This week, a cheater has been feeling the pangs of guilt and has reached out to Kim for advice. Should she come clean? Read on to find out.
Bored in the bedroom? Fretting over infidelity? Whatever your love dilemmas are, MM’s agony aunt Kim Reader has the answer.
Ahead of Valentine’s Day, here at MM we thought it about time that we do our bit for those worrying over matters of the heart.
Started as a joke by its Manchester creator, Bristlr, the new dating app for bearded men or ladies and gents looking for a beard to stroke, is growing fast.
The Mancunian twang is the most attractive regional accent to ladies, according to a study by online dating group eHarmony.
Manchester has won the battle of break-up etiquette after research found 70% of Mancunians are more likely to end a relationship face-to-face.