I like a good book, music, food, long walk, tennis, yoga, friends... What you imagine, you create I could make you smile with your eyes...This is not just a business for us; it’s what gets us up each and every day.
Unlike other dating sites, faith and values are built into our community, and are more than just a box you check in your search filter.
Our descriptive profile questions provide you with unique insight into someone’s faith and beliefs in a way that’s real and genuine, so that your results are real and genuine. For all of us, there’s no greater gift than being able to match good people with one another, and then hear their stories.
ALEXANDRIA, VA—Embarrassed by the piles of clutter in virtually every room, former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort reportedly spent the afternoon Wednesday making his house look presentable before the next predawn FBI raid.
WASHINGTON—Offering a stark and sobering assessment of the consequences of a military conflict with the nuclear-armed nation, the Central Intelligence Agency confirmed Wednesday that North Korea now possesses missile technology capable of reaching Sam Waterston’s house.
PITTSBURGH—Calling it a perfect way to rapidly replenish essential nutrients after an intense workout, Heinz on Wednesday introduced a new quick-recovery sports ketchup to their line of food products.
NEW YORK—Finding a remarkable consistency in such individuals’ predictive ability, a report released Wednesday by Columbia University found that rich suitors are able to correctly guess a beautiful woman’s dress size 92 percent of the time.
NEW YORK—Solemnly ringing a bell 30 times for each of the teams that lost potential runs this season, Major League Baseball officials unveiled Tuesday a memorial outside league headquarters to commemorate all of the runners who have ever been stranded on base.
WASHINGTON—Strange, viscous fluid dribbling down from the shadows above him, Trump administration staffer Jason Mc Cabe on Thursday reportedly looked up from a puddle of slime he had been investigating to discover a fellow aide cocooned in Steve Bannon’s ooze.
As the show — and that joke — grow in popularity, your chances of standing out by using it are dropping drastically. There are far more reasons to ignore someone you’ve matched with than there are reasons to engage. Was that swipe an accident, or a mischievous friend?
But while a joke — even a stolen one — is better than sliding into someone’s inbox with a vanilla “hey,” nailing that perfect opening line is... Did you thumb yes while you were drunk, feeling lonely, curious, or bored?
Do you really have the energy, emotionally or physically, to see this endeavor through to a first date, let alone some semblance of a relationship?