You’d have better luck finding a date if you replaced your pet obituaries with a list of your STDs.
You no doubt assumed that Farmers Only is a dating site for farmers only.
Maybe it’s unfair for us to joke about farmer stereotypes, but this is a site that complains about city people and their “four dollar cups of coffee,” and asks users what kind of animals they raise. Vampersonals is the dating site for goths and bloodsuckers—whether users are just claiming to be vampires as an excuse to bite people or they actually think they’re nosferatu isn’t made clear. In addition to letting you browse its pale and clammy members roster, Vampersonals offers a variety of suggestions for the perfect gothic date, such as “discussing the frailty and futility of life as (you) sip aged wine.” Then when she’s drunk you bite her in the jugular, and from there it’s love.
Hell, their slogan is “City folks just don’t get it! Vampires need love as much as we mere mortals, as a variety of terrible novels have demonstrated. Daytime activities are out, and they can’t go to the bar without the risk of being killed by George Clooney. Well, as luck would have it, the Internet is the perfect place for mopey freaks who sit around in the dark all day. Face Mate sounds like the British version of Facebook, but it’s actually another attempt to match people with science.
Based on Face Mate’s example photos, their facial recognition software not only works, it works well: Look at that picture and try to tell us you don’t find it creepy. It looks like one of their faces was cloned and grafted onto the other person’s head. Instead of doing something radical—like lowering your unrealistic standards or trying not to be so shallow—look for a date at Beautiful People, where the only members are those deemed attractive enough to grace the site’s presence.
New applicants submit a picture that’s rated by users of the opposite sex, and if you’re not up to scratch you get rejected.
Here are the Internet's boldest matchmakers, the wildest online dating sites that define courage as a willingness to meet new people — even if they might hurt you.