10 Dating Profile Remarks That So Turn Me OFF

Okay, I admit I’ve been in a pretty snarky mood since I discovered my “soul mate” was not all that after all. Back at looking at dating profiles, I’m seeing the same stuff that SO turns me off! Granted, this is all from a woman’s point of view, but Mandi and I would love it [...]

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Romantic Men – Dangerous to Your Heart

A few months ago I wrote Yahoo! for Yahoo about a guy I had met in their personals. Since then I haven’t written an update, even though the relationship seemed to be going swimmingly. I think my gut was telling me that if it seems too good to be true, hellooo Kay, it probably is. [...]

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Online Dating – A Small World After All

One of the reasons I like online dating is the somewhat more anonymous nature. Rejection is easier – because you never have to see that person again. Or So You Think! What happens when you come across a profile of someone you know from OUTSIDE the online dating world? Do you message them and see [...]

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Chemistry.com

3 Months for the Price of 1 Chemistry.com has a great Olympics deal going on right now – 3 months for the price of 1! This online dating site started as an offshoot of Match.com, with a different focus. On Chemistry.com, you take a fun test where you pick men (or women) that you find [...]

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Singles and Social Networking

A Whole New Way to Meet People The scope of online dating is really so much wider than just sites like E-Harmony, Match and PerfectMatch. On one hand, I really think the fact that EVERYONE uses the Internet, and it is now considered so much more legitimate than it was 10 years ago has really [...]

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