Browsing is free, but you'll have to upgrade (£28 per month) if you want to contact other members.
Be warned, there are women on this site who, to my eyes, look just a teeny bit like wannabe escorts, but there are also a lot of nice, slightly lost men and women looking for some shared humanity amidst all the Bollinger and banking crises the world throws at them daily.
Top tip for wannabe bachelors who want to not look married – don't take your profile pic in the bathroom when your wife is asleep, because we can all see the bottle of Chanel no 5 and the box of Tampax on top of the loo behind you. (sugardaddie.com) Tinder Described as a "sex satnav", or Grindr for straight people, Tinder is a free app that uses your (and other people's) Facebook details, combined with GPS, to find out if there are any compatible, interested singles near you.
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.
This is a serious site for serious (I didn't say desperate) singles - and you'd better be serious to fork out £45 for a month's membership (although reviewing your matches is free).
I scrolled through the profiles of men in my city (chav, chav, sex pest, chav) only to stumble across the guy I had been dating for a YEAR. Learn from my lesson: when dating sites are free, as this one is, people tend to use them as a cheap salicious self-esteem boost.
It's very easy to pretend to be someone you're not, or over-hype who you really are.
People will always take great delight in ramping up the exciting aspects of their lifestyle.
Often, they are a bit boring, and that's OK because you are too.
(uniformdating.com) Plenty of Fish I took an interest in Po F because a friend of mine was dating a guy she had met on there, and you don't have to register to "window-shop", as it were.
You know what they say about curiousity and the cat?
But with so many sites catering to very different tastes, which is the right one for you?