Funny dating site adverts
But on the basis that no one tells the truth on dating sites I opted for "prison officer", because I've always harboured a secret fetish for dangerous convicts. It's a no-nonsense site for straight-down-the-line singles who know what they want and go for it - as illustrated by such profile names as red_hot_refuse_collector. No, but I was impressed and flattered when one of those furry-hatted blokes outside Buckingham Palace started messaging me.
Or at least, that's where he said he worked, and who am I to doubt him?
You dont need to be Olympic-standard fit, just reasonably active.
You don't need to be as popular as Harry Styles, just fairly sociable.
The company one keeps says a lot about a person, and the benefit of this site is that you can be pretty sure your potential match has a friend or two, and so is not some psychotic loner.
As genuine as someone seems, they may not have the same agenda as you; make sure that the girl you are getting attached to is legit.
My rule of thumb is to suggest meeting after about 10 messages.
Browsing is free, but you'll have to upgrade (£28 per month) if you want to contact other members.
(mysinglefriend.com) Sugar Daddie "Where the classy, attractive and affluent can meet", claims the site. In fact, the men I met on Sugar Daddie were super hot, super rich, and super nice. (Whereas I **climbs to higher moral ground** was looking for a single, solvent baby-daddy to set me up with a luxury lifestyle and childcare allowance for life, naturally.) However I enjoyed elegant dinners with extremely interesting, busy blokes, a world away from the one I know.
e Harmony e Harmony claims to be "responsible for nearly 4% of new U. marriages" and scores well in surveys of online dating sites, if you're the sort of person who believes surveys.