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The London 2012 Olympic Games might represent a beautiful coming-together of the disparate parts of the UK, as Welsh, Scottish, Northern Irish and English athletes line up under the flag hoping to win medals for the glory of the commonwealth (and for Coca-Cola, Mc Donald's, Acer, Panasonic and Visa).Tom Jones, Ryan Giggs and Dylan Thomas have all done pretty well with the ladies, as does rugby player Gavin Henson.But what would you expect on a first date with a Welsh person? Sadly, England is probably the least romantic of all the UK entities.Londoners favour a more natural look, while Northern Irish and Irish women go for the 'tadpole' style - thick and round at the inner corners, with a thin arch and a tall brow. Although this highly thorough and scientific piece of research failed to shed any light on whether male eyebrow choices help indicate where they're from, there's no doubt that different bits of the UK are associated with different dating behaviours. Edinburgh is often voted the top city in the UK for sexy accents, leading to all manner of unfair stereotyping about kilts, haggis, whisky, stinginess and so on.But having lived in Edinburgh, I can confirm that literally everyone who lives there is English - possibly because they've all moved up north in search of sexy, bare-chested Scottish men with beards, skirts and no underwear, drinking whisky from the bottle and yelling about socio-political oppression.