MEET YOUR MATCH.
NAME: Deborah Logue
NICKNAME: Debs or Surfs
STAR SIGN: Pisces
OCCUPATION: Nursing Assistant
HEIGHT: 5ft 5in
TRANSPORT: Two left feet
Do you have Charlie Girl charm or Chanel chic?
I would like to think that I am more of an impulse girl - when I walk down the street, men just can't help falling for me. But in reality I'm probably a mixture of Charlie Girl charm and Chanel chic.
I'm honest, caring, outgoing, and game for a laugh. My family would describe me as an outdoor girl, in fact my father is always complaining that I'm never in the house.
I don't like staying still for too long - I prefer to keep active. I think I'm a good friend because I'm loyal, dependable, and enjoy a good joke.
How typical are you of your star sign?
When it comes to men I am a typical Piscean - I am romantic, caring and very sensuous.
I'm also very headstrong, just like other Pisceans and I definitely believe in the Piscean philosophy that whatever will be will be.
Describe your ideal man:
My ideal man would have to be down to earth, caring, with a good sense of humour. I don't like vain men who are obsessed with preening themselves in front of the mirror - they are a turn off.
I really believe that personality is much more important than image. But I do like nice eyes and a nice smile.
In fact, anyone vaguely resembling the Italian footballer Del Piero would do nicely.
Reveal the best and worst chat up lines you have been subjected to:
I am still waiting to hear a decent chat-up line - I don't think one exists. But unfortunately I have heard plenty of bad ones in the past.
Here are two of the worst: "Is there an airport nearby or is it just my heart taking off."' That's enough to make you want to run a mile. But this one is worse - "You must be tired, because you have been running through my brain all night."
I would give any man who used these lines a wide berth. A simple introduction is much better.
Describe your ideal date and what music would be playing in the background:
I have two ideal dates - one with money and one without.
The first date would take place in a really nice Italian restaurant, with good wine, lots of candles and great company. The music would be the beautiful Joe Satriani song Always With Me, Always With You,' and my dinner date would be tall, dark and handsome.
If money was no object, then the date would take place in a rooftop restaurant in The Old Town in Rhodes, Greece. I have been there, done that and I hope to do it again.
If money was tight then the ideal date would take place on a beach in Donegal - it's not too far from Derry and there are plenty to choose from. I would have a picnic of sandwiches and wine on the beach and we would light a bonfire to keep warm. I can be happy in any surroundings.
Tell us about your most embarrassing moment:
I had to think pretty hard about this one because there were so many. It will probably be entering Meet Your Match and getting no replies.
But one day all the sale items in a supermarket were in shopping trollies. I was rummaging through one of them when suddenly I felt a tap on the shoulder. It was an angry woman demanding to know why I was rifling through her trolley.
Are you into curry and lager or wine and cheese?
I enjoy a really good wine and nice cheese. But when I am out partying I tend to have far too many lagers and then just have to have a curry.
Describe your happiest moment so far:
One happy moment which really stuck in my mind was when I got a celtic band tattooed on my finger and I didn't even cry. I was very proud of myself.
What has been your life's greatest achievement?
Eating a jam donut without licking my lips! Just try it to see how hard it is. Another great achievement was getting a Derry man to take me out for a night - and pay for everything!
When you click your fingers who normally comes running?
Unfortunately only my reliable dog Pip, the dumbest but cutest dog I have ever seen.
Where can we find you on a Saturday night?
This weekend I will be in Dublin but normally I go to The Strand Bar or clubbing in Donegal. I look forward to the weekends, but sometimes there's just nothing better than curling up on the sofa with a good bottle of wine and a video.
What was the naughtiest thing you did as a child?
I was baby-sitting for my neighbours one night when I decided to feed their goldfish some crisps.
Unfortunately the fish died and I did not have the courage to tell them. So if they are reading this then I am very, very sorry
Name your favourite book and film.
My favourite book is The Snapper by Roddy Doyle. All his books are absolutely hilarious.
My favourite film is Silence of the Lambs, maybe I have a warped mind, but it was great.
If you could be famous who would you be and why?
I would be any actress who has had the good fortune to kiss Denzel Washington. He is an absolute doll.
How would you make the first move on a man who sent your pulse racing?
At the minute the only man who makes my pulse race is the footballer Del Piero. So I would probably say to him: Hey Del Boy - can I rub lotion on your strained muscles?
If you would like to meet Deborah, write to us and convince us you are her ideal date. OR if you would rather star in MEET YOUR MATCH, contact us at
Sunday News, 46-56 Boucher Crescent, Belfast,
BT12 6QY. Phone:
(N. Ire) 01232-680007/8/9
|Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback|
|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jul 5, 1998|
|Previous Article:||CINEMA HOTSEAT; MIMIC (15) Stars: Mira Sorvino, Jeremy Northam, Charles Dutton Running Time: 102mins.|
|Next Article:||Don't break down over breaking up; Thinking positive can ease pain of being 'dumped''.|