Fifteen years ago, that was a question that had zero cultural significance.
Now you can’t watch a single dating show without hearing it come out of the mouth of someone who's had too much red wine.
Over time, the more blind dates I went on, I learned to relax and let these dates be what they were supposed to be: a chance to connect with someone I don’t know yet.
As I learned to take the pressure out of blind dates, I actually started to enjoy them (whether they led to a relationship or not).
But last night a former army commander said the outrageous antics had “crossed the line”.
Colonel Richard Kemp said: “The Army will not turn a blind eye to this kind of behaviour and they will punish the people responsible.” In the video, filmed last week, the soldiers are shown urinating and defecating in plastic cups. One downs the human waste before being sick into a bin.
One source involved in the sick party told the Daily Star Sunday it was all just “banter”.
The disgusting 120-second video, seen by the Daily Star Sunday, shows boozy antics at a party dubbed “Broadmoor Night” at a British Army training base.
One soldier boasted that the lads go “mental” at the monthly blow-outs, named after Broadmoor Hospital, the country’s most notorious psychiatric unit.
But you feel the movement — up, down, pitching side to side. The problem starts in the vestibular system, a series of fluid-filled canals and chambers in the inner ear.
This system includes three semicircular canals, all lined with hair cells, so named for their hair-like projections into the liquid-filled channels.