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But **** that, Id rather meet some one on a night out and get drunk with her and see what she like in person I think on online dateing to a degree people are looking for there perfect match and every bodys far to picy. I think online dateing is a defeatous way of dating it does work for some... Ned totally get the cropped photo thing They seem to be talked about in the open a lot more recently. I have a photo up too - maybe thats turning them off I also find Anotherfriend to have an average age of women in late 30s which makes it harder (late 20s myself).

I think a few years ago they were probably thought of as a bit of a weird thing. It's good to bring up something they mentioned in their profile that you have in common with them and start from there. Im gonna cancel the subscription when it runs out now this month.

Would be more inclined to join a paid site rather than a free (potential wasters and messers) site like plenty of fish? You can get to know somebody properly before you even meet them.

A great way of getting to meet new people, that doesn't involve being hammered in a pub or nightclub.

If I was single I wouldn't have a problem using any at all. Only bother going on them if you can stay away from the "Hi how are you" nonsense and actually stand out from the crowd because girls get an absolute TON of messages on these sites on a daily basis. Only bother going on them if you can stay away from the "Hi how are you" nonsense and actually stand out from the crowd because girls get an absolute TON of messages on these sites on a daily basis. When you see somebody's profile that you like, take the time to read it, and then send them a decent message. Im not great at chatting up in pubs when Im out either but Im fed up with the online melarky.

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