What I did: I created an account and answered some basic questions on location and interests (food, hobbies, movies, music, etc.). There was also a “Details” section to talk about your appearance (height, body shape), personal information (occupation, ethnicity, religion) and lifestyle (kids, drinking, smoking).
Pros: Overall impression: I do agree with the Mashable article that this site is very limited geographically. I never met anyone on a date for the two months I was on it, but I found the guys I chatted with to be nice enough.
It doesn't really get to me that much but it can be really annoying.
Needless to say, I was bouncing off the walls and literally shaking when I downloaded it, and I need to share it with you.
If you're a nice person and have things in common, you're a keeper.
Besides you're bloody handsome so you have no worries.'One added: '100 per cent yes, especially someone that good looking.'The brother and sister of a man with multiple disabilities have set up an 'Undateables'-style website to help him find love.
The society not only spots birds but also works for environmental conservation and protection and organises bird watching events. Networking, playgroups, culture and charity activities. Meeting every 3rd Friday of the month at in Dodoni in Saronida. Scottish community promoting the tradition and culture. Catherines British Embassy School, Sofokli Venizelou 73, Lykovrissi. Singles club for professionals looking to form that special meaningful relationship.
Greek and international membership and regular events.