They say that honesty is the best policy – yet that makes dishonesty second-best, doesn’t it?
Online dating is here to stay as a way to find that special someone – whether it’s Mr Right or Mr Right Now – but there are some little niggling worries that many people have about the safety of using dating sites to connect with people that are essentially strangers.
New data from one dating site indicates that people may be judging you based on which email client you use – as if you didn’t have enough to worry about when it came to attracting a mate.
Yes, it’s real, and it’s not confined to rural regions of the US where the number of guns per capita approaches double figures: ‘doomsday dating,’ which involves a twist on the usual dating site, involves matching prospective mates with complementary resources and skill sets in order to ride out your chosen natural (or supernatural) disaster.
It’s easy to feel down in the dumps about your life, especially if it seems all you do is work, eat, and sleep, just to work some more – but you needn’t feel like you’ve got no control over your love life; take steps now to stop letting the world pass you by in a blur of excitement that you never get to experience firsthand.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t occasionally offer information on how to choose prospective mates with a bit of care, and the following story is an excellent reason why: one man was recently fatally stabbed by woman he met on a dating site recently.
With the online dating industry undergoing a massive boom in the past few years, there truly is something for everyone nowadays, as anyone that turns on their computer can tell you after being bombarded with internet adverts.
Life is hard enough for civilians trying to find a date, but now members of the armed forces have even more to worry about, as reports have emerged that a well-known military dating site was hacked recently.
Have you been unlucky in love whilst trying to find a soulmate that shares your obsession with Swedish pop music, your salvation is in sight: Spotify has recently allied with a new online dating site that can pair all you ABBA lovers up with one another so you can leave the rest of us in peace.
SeekingArrangement.com is a successful dating site that seems to be addicted to getting publicity.