Uncommon dating sites
Whether it’s Singlesnet, Plentyof Fish and the like it’s pretty much the same routine: take 1,000 pictures of yourself, choose two or three that stand out, write up a blurb on how awesome you are and you have at it! Due to the subjective nature of people’s fetishes, this list is no specific order.This site, dedicated to married/single folks seeking out “arrangements” with other married folks, sadly has (to date) 4,255,000 members.As an alternative there is a dating site for short people that can be found here. Well, thankfully a site has been created to match up people with histories of mental illness.
It specifically caters to like-minded singles who are of a specific height, meaning TALL.
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.
From the home page: “A 100% free online community and Sci Fi personals site for science fiction lovers, including but not limited to lovers of Star Trek and Star Wars.” Its tagline is: “Love long and Prosper!
” Just remember to have your partner checked for Tribble infestation before becoming, *ahem*, intimate.
It also states at the bottom of the landing page: ” 420does not advocate the use of any illegal substances.” And yet on the front page are photos of the latest “Featured Smokers” enjoying a nice healthy dose of hydroponics. [Visit the site] This site is for intrepid souls only!