Shattering Five Myths About Online Dating

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February 11, 2013 ‐ By madamenoire
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From Your Tango

Let’s face it, these days online dating is quickly becoming the mainstream method of meeting ones significant other.  As we all move into a technology driven world,online dating sites are leading the charge with their attempts to find everyone in life the perfect match. 

Whether we are looking for love, fun, or just someone to spend some time with, there is pretty much someone out there for everyone.   Unfortunately, not everyone has jumped on the online dating bandwagon yet, due to a number of myths that still persist in society.

Read more at YourTango.com.

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  • MLS2698

    I didn’t read the article, but I’m just going to say that, being cat-fished is real.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/PC3VICMILDFDI2RKWVJQ5ACD24 jason

      being catfished is real but at the same time in 2013 its easy to catch it. If a person you’ve met online refuses to get on webcam or send you a video with them saying your name they are catfishing. If we are exchanging daily email for longer than a month either we meet in person or get on web cam together. plain and simple.

      • MLS2698

        No thanks, I’d rather meet someone in the produce department of the grocery store.

No thanks