Within a few evenings you'll get a good idea of each site's features and whether that site might have what you're after.
Any site could have who you're looking for - I met my missus on lavalife, a friend of mine met her man on RSVP, another friend hooked up with a series of women from MSN and yahoo.
He met loads of women through it and went on loads of dates, they have nights aswell where a bunch of ppl all meet up and get to know each other in a pub or something of the sort.
some dont have time to go to bingo etc and hope they meet someone who's looking for a relationship. From what they tell me it is the best of these three albeit a little more expensive:match.au Off the top of my head I can think of 3 of my friends who found their ideal partner on there..is living with the girl and recently got engagedanother is living with the girlanother just broke up due to cultural differences (well i consider it racist parents but lets not go there).
I consider them more interesting and I get along with them better than the people I went to high school with and the people I've met in nightclubs.
I have met a few people off myspace, one of which I met at a pub first, then found out she was on myspace, go figure? college so everyone there is into computers, It's only a matter of time before that happens.... We have had an unbelievable amount of members join the site recently from my home town.... I can't see that happening but many people who already have a computer and already have an ISP and have 2 hours to spare late at night when the pubs n clubs are closed manage to meet someone new...
Because people are shallow, they instantly judge on looks, and won't have a thing to do with you.
For all they know they could be missing out on someone who could be someone they are looking for.So no harm in setting up profiles and searching around on a few different sites. there are at least 10,000 online dating services cutethere's the famous 2002 US survey that reported that 44% of people said they had a better chance of finding a partner online than in a singles bar and 32% thought that an online relationship was more likely to be a goer than one started in a singles bar there's the famous 2002 US survey that reported that 44% of people said they had a better chance of finding a partner online than in a singles bar and 32% thought that an online relationship was more likely to be a goer than one started in a singles bar Agreed 100%I used this site a few times, got a bundle of stamps (12) and only got 4 reply's and 2 of them say, sorry, I have met somebody (why dont they put that in their frigging profile stupid Biatch!)1 said, sorry your not my type, 1 other said she would get back to me and never did! Browsed through a few dating sites and you got to laugh in disbelief at some of the delusional females on there, even funnier are those with pics.How many people would you walk past each day that would be signed up to a dating site and you wouldn't know it. so good luck to them i about a lady who does have a pc etc... we are not starting a thread to convert her into becoming a pub chic.. just saying they have a need for many and the original topic was "what are the best ones" so the need arose for someone :).My old man was divorced a few years ago and he used to use RSVP, Dad was 55 at the time.Over the net you talk to people and get to know them as a person and not as some random in a nightclub who's cracking onto you in hope of getting a one night stand.