Thursday, August 23, 2007

Single = problem?

What is with these damn signs along St. Charles asking

Single?
www.neworleansdating.org


Is this like Problem? -- www.solution.com?

Why is being single a problem? Why does society seem to think that everyone should be in a relationship (preferably of the heterosexual variety)? I like being single and promiscuous, thankyouverymuch.

I went to check out this website. Some observations:

  • NOT gay friendly - you're either "man seeking woman" or "woman seeking man." Also painfully obvious based upon the graphics.
  • No gold digging whores into the 71+ variety - not that those guys know how to use the internet anyway.
  • No room for booty calls or casual dating here - they expect you to be looking to "date more successfully", "have a steady relationship" or be searching for marriage.
  • NOT local, wtf. Or just REALLY bad at appealing to the local vibe.


Bottom line: Stick to Craigslist and sugardaddie.com. And screw you for wasting my time because I am a curious individual and read those damn signs stuck in the neutral ground. Atleast have a more appealing web design, sheesh.

1 comment:

alicehoney said...

I was once into a "sugar daddy" type relationship. It turned out to be a sad story at last. The other day, a dear friend of mine invited me to visit another site RichSoulMate.com. It seems they have a good concept of romance for successful singles. I signed up and looked around. I am surprised that there are many local successful men who match my criteria. I believe I can find my special someone there. I am also a successful woman. I don't love my man because of his money, but for who he is.