Ah l'amour. It seems that finding true love is not as cut and dry and Disney and Hallmark would have led us to believe.
Fortunately, there's an online dating site for almost anyone nowadays, including a few we never would have considered (or believed). Here are some of the oddest online dating sties the World Wide Web has to offer.
It's not that we have anything against redheads; quite the contrary (ehem, Christina Hendricks, Conan O'Brian, etc.) we jut didn't consider them an entirely separate interest group.
Let me get this straight. You've adopted seven furry felines, your living room furniture primarily consists of cat condos AND you're single? Meow.
For those who share a love of cannabis and a mutual understanding that they'll never actually get around to going on that date- unless that date involves Jack in the Box and a sofa.
If you ever felt that your issues with dairy products or your aversion to peanuts stood in the way of finding true love, you're not alone. Sure matching up candidates based on personality traits is important, but what's even more important is finding out if they can stand gluten as well as you do.
There's just something about a woman with child. The glow of her skin, the smile on her face, and the fact that you know you can't get her pregnant, not with your child anyway.
For those who like to live life on the edge, of town, behind bars. CellBlockMail is for men and women who don't just want their companions to say they're bad news, they want them to prove it. Who knows they might get out early on good behavior, and then you could be a modern day Bonnie and Clyde.
Fans of anthropomorphic characters, a.k.a. 'Furries,' have multiplied like rabits over the years, through cartoons, conventions, and the internet. So it should come as no surprise that Furries have taken to online dating, posting profiles of their 'fursonas' in the hope of finding mate, male , female, wolf, tiger.
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