We ended up grabbing a seat in the park in a description that I can only describe as halfway between a pikey funfair and a rubble dump. So here we were, perched in Essex's finest green land, and conversation kicked off.

I took the time to photograph the location in detail, just to create the full mis-en-scene. We covered poverty, academia, job-hunting, Eastern European languages and the paragon of British culture that was modern day Essex.

At this point, the Lithuanian Ninja made it clear he thought he was a genuine contender to thwart the future of 52 First Dates, a bar I fear is almost impossibly high these days.

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He was well aware of the ongoing emotional embuggerance of Mr Third Party who had been occupying a lot of my mind time over the last week, and even though he knew he'd be written up in true 52 First Dates style, he agreed to meet up anyway, which to be honest was just what I needed to take my mind off the other emotional turbulance. Cue a massive swoosh of typical British pre-date prudishness.

But since he lived out in deepest darkest Dagenham, we agreed to meet somewhere halfway. I'd managed to notch up some significant pre-date nerves on this one, mainly because Mr #14, who from hereon in will be known as the Lithuanian Ninja for reasons I won't be able to properly explain, had suggested that as a challenge, when we were to meet at the tube, we were to stand there for 1 to 3 minutes in silence and stare at each other. But when in Rome, or more aptly, when in Barking with a random Lithuanian, you go along with it.

So in 52 weeks time, I will have either found my Mr Right, or I'll stay forever Miss Write. Here are the rules to the 52 First Dates challenge...1.

For example, God forbid, the start of a relationship.4. Mr #14 and I first got chatting online through a dating site a month or so ago, and over the last few days due to him suffering some sort of fat-thumbs syndrome affecting texting on his touchphone, we started chatting over Facebook.

But sadly for both of us, that halfway was Barking. I think we've established already we were going to meet in Barking. Anyway, I turned up at the station, and as promised, the Lithuanian Ninja just stood and stared at me. Fortunately for me, he decided to break the stare-stalemate and let me escape snog-free.

He'd been prudent enough to google a local park so we could go for a little walk and a chat. So wandered, and we chatted, largely about how he thought I could improve my blog, which was some rather fabulous constructive criticism.

But sadly I fear that it's still game on for the next 38 dates, and I can only thank the Eastern European with a name a lot like a Bond villain for giving me a totally random yet totally awesome dating experience.