Discussion in 'Computer Science & Culture' started by Pzzaboy, Jan 11, 2002.
not as good as real sex...or maybe you are not aware of that diffrence yet?
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I've never tried either, actually.
Personally, I found more success from random encounters than dedicated mating pools.
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the best place to meet real people is in the real world,
I once saw a cartoon of a woman being matched to a gorilla, and an employee explaining: "We just put your request in the computer: Strong silent type, well groomed, prefers outdoor life..."
Let's make one.
Guys, guys, guys, guys.
There's no need to look. Just show 'em your stuff on Tetris or Bubble Bobble, and they'll fall right into your lap.
Maybe I'm not all there yet, but you can take a look at my adventures with women at nerddating.blogspot.com. I bet you'll pick up a few things from the Woman Expert Level 50.
Looks like it's in it's infancy, fred. I'll pop back though. Not bad, as spam goes.
Anyway: welcome to DateMatch! It's often been said that
Well guess what? Now it is!
Welcome to DateMatch! Where ur the date... and we provide the match!
Who wants to go first?
They are often fake/superficial.
ME ME ME ME!!!
To have a dating site, you need more girls than boys, or at least somewhat similar amounts. There are about 10 male geeks for every female, so a nerd dating site would be more like a pack hunt than anything else. The most awkward, unshowered, introverted pack hunt in history, but a pack hunt still. Which would turn off most women, which would drain the supply even more, which would doom the site.
I also find it hilarious that a nerd's first reaction to being single would be to find a website. How about going out of the house and meeting people? No?
I'm allergic to the sun.
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