I might have to visit Prague more often

Step on the love train: Prague Metro bosses plan to set aside carriages for singles looking for a soulmate

Plans to designate carriages on trains for single people looking for love

Although given the way things generally happen in that city the carriages will be flooded with professionals.

13 thoughts on “I might have to visit Prague more often”

  1. Yeah, Prague is a great city, and one I used to love unreservedly, for all that I haven’t been there for a while.

    It does, however, remain the only city where a fiendishly ugly prostitute propositioned me when I was standing next to my far prettier girlfriend. And it was pretty clear she wasn’t suggesting we all had fun together. It was…odd.

    (on a related note, a mate was there with other friends when a bouncer-type loomed from out of an alcove and shouted at them “You come my club! Big titties – small money!” To the point, I reckon.)

  2. It does, however, remain the only city where a fiendishly ugly prostitute propositioned me when I was standing next to my far prettier girlfriend.

    Prepared to accept that story, but given the general quality of women from Prague, a little surprised it wasn’t the other way around.

  3. Prague is great, but during the one and only time I used the Metro I was pickpocketed by gypsies.

  4. carriages will be flooded with professionals.

    Are there that many lawyers in Prague? You learn something new every day on this blog.

  5. @Bravefart

    I understand your suspicion but I assure you it was true. The girlfriend at the time was tall, pretty, willowy and blonde. The prozzer was dwarvish-short, nearly square, had lank, greasy black hair, and had a look of blind hatred on her face.

    And yes, I know it sounds like I’m transposing. I’m really not. Scout’s honour.

  6. “The prozzer was dwarvish-short, nearly square, had lank, greasy black hair, and had a look of blind hatred on her face.”

    Obviously had you down as the Dungeons & Dragons, threesome, specialty market.

  7. So Much For Subtlety

    bloke in spain – “Obviously had you down as the Dungeons & Dragons, threesome, specialty market.”

    Yeah but who isn-t down for that, really? A perfectly reasonable misunderstanding.

  8. Since when did having a used car in the garage stop you looking at a new one in the showroom?

  9. @JamesV

    sure, one might look, but if you’ve got a…Jaguar of which you are very fond* the you probably won’t buy a clapped-out** lada VAZ with rust all over the bonnet and the suspension gone.

    *it took me a good moment to choose this, inter alia. I’m not going to be over-self-congratulatory and claim she was a ferrari. But great looking in a very english way, idiosyncratic, and thirsty; these were all true.

    **yeah, deliberate.

  10. @sam – as long is it’s a Jaguar not a cougar – damned felines are all the same.

    btw – if you wanted a stylish British car you could have thought of a Bristol – but then I’m not aquainted with your lady friend’s … aahm, embonpoint.

    Cheers.

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