Mate one dating site
The site owners don't know what these women are in for but they do warn you that any correspondence will inevitably result in requests for you to send money. A chance to spend an entire evening discussing who was the best Star Trek captain and if the original Star Trek "Tribble" episode really was the best episode ever. This site matches couples by their DNA and it only costs 5 for a lifetime membership. A lifetime of first dates with people chemically disposed to mate with you.
I guess there are a lot of people really into Star Trek. Belvedere Passions." You think e Harmony's psychological profiles will really find you the perfect match?
The site, Singld Out.com, works by mailing out DNA testing kits to their customers, who then spit in a tube and send it back.
This is one of those sites that people want to simultaneously join, protest, and mock. If you're questioning whether geeks make good mates, read this site's rationale for why geeks make the best catch.
The site owners maintain a poorly updated blog where they keep track of all their complaints. My favorite "geek dating" rationale is their lack of experience.
There's also a list of their criteria, plus they maintain a list of top ranked beautiful daters. According to the site, the socially successful have become too confident to be intimate.
I believe this site is on the up and up, but I don't think they beta tested it with many or if any members. Wouldn't it be awesome if all the women you met smoked pot? Geeks' lack of past romantic success allows them to approach lovers with the zest of a neophyte.
The site just launched on Valentine's Day and as of today there's a whopping 15 male members and 11 female members. If you've got an STD (sexually transmitted disease), then in the back of your mind you're always wondering if the person you meet is cool with it, and when would be a good time to bring up "the issue." Hopefully you do it before you actually have sex. Now you have something to talk about on your first date.