After all, when grown kids can't seem to find a mate, what's a yenta, … Nevertheless, 63-year-old Geri Brin's determination to find the perfect gal for her 31-year-old son Colby is bound to be the stuff of legend.
Former fashion publishing executive Brin, who launched her lifestyle website in 2010, saw a unique business opportunity in adding a link to it that lets moms post particulars about their sons — or daughters, grandkids, nieces and nephews — in hope of forging a love connection. Some of these guys and gals have been doing the whole lone-wolf thing since the 40s.
Tom Clifford and Janine Walker, who say they have “great personalities”, decided to get married following a whirlwind online romance.
The couple met each other on a dating website for the ‘aesthetically challenged'. Now the pair, who enjoyed a mutual love of junk food and TV dinners, are planning a winter wedding near their respective homes in Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire.
(Source | Via 1 | Via 2) Are you a sea captain in need of close companionship? It distinguishes between three genders: male, female, and sea captain.
Are you a landlubber who craves the crustiness of a grizzled old sailor? Mothers playing matchmaker for their children is probably as old as humanity itself.
The company's latest venture is to create a "virtual sperm and egg bank" (in reality a fertility introduction service) stocked with donors from the beauty gene pool.
Best of all, it's open to ugly folks who want to better their hereditary lines.
(Source | Via) A low-tech site, Women Behind Bars offers a place for incarcerated women to potentially find love by becoming a go-between with interested men who have internet access.
So this website will use facial mapping software to match you up with someone like you.
She says that she was inspired to build the website after people kept telling her that she and her ex-husband look a lot alike.
The website is powered by facial-recognition technology developed by Face.com, which zeros in on nine points on each face—the eyes, ears, nose, chin, and the corners and center of the mouth—to find similarities.
(Source | Via) Britain's first dating agency established for people who are "aesthetically challenged" celebrated an unlikely milestone after it produced its first engagement between its members.