and e Harmony are what people typically think of when online dating is mentioned.
This site recently took off in America and was like a rash over popular radio station commercial breaks and contains the tagline: “Life is short. ” The site GUARANTEES an affair if you sign up, although they do mention in their disclaimer that they are not personally held liable for personal injury or death that should happen to you if you use their services.
Which, unfortunately, will be an unexpected guarantee as well.
[Visit the site] At a measly $2000 for a lifetime membership, this site boasts that it will find you a match based on PHYSICAL chemistry.
Their CLIA/ASH-accredited lab analyzes your supplied DNA sample (immune system genes) to find that perfect someone, and then destroy it after they’re done with it. * Chances are increased that you’ll love the natural body fragrance of your matches.
* You have a greater chance of a more satisfying sex life.
* Women tend to enjoy a higher rate of orgasms with their partners.
* Women have a much lower chance of cheating in their exclusive relationships. * All other things being equal, couples have a greater chance of having healthier children with more robust immune systems.
[Visit the site] You have a better than average chance at hooking up here for obvious reasons.
I haven't found love yet (call me, Michael Keaton).
But it's an increasingly common and less socially-weird-than-it-used-to-be way of meeting potential mates. I've tried OKCupid, e Harmony, and Match to name but a few of the cyber romantic walkways I have stumbled down.
And while I might every so often shut down every single account and vow never to do it again, I always come back for more. One glass of wine and suddenly he's crying and sobbing her name.