The company one keeps says a lot about a person, and the benefit of this site is that you can be pretty sure your potential match has a friend or two, and so is not some psychotic loner.
(mysinglefriend.com) Sugar Daddie "Where the classy, attractive and affluent can meet", claims the site. In fact, the men I met on Sugar Daddie were super hot, super rich, and super nice. (Whereas I **climbs to higher moral ground** was looking for a single, solvent baby-daddy to set me up with a luxury lifestyle and childcare allowance for life, naturally.) However I enjoyed elegant dinners with extremely interesting, busy blokes, a world away from the one I know.
You don't need to be rich to constitute a sugar daddy, just willing to spend money on a girl.
Or at least, that's where he said he worked, and who am I to doubt him?
(uniformdating.com) Plenty of Fish I took an interest in Po F because a friend of mine was dating a guy she had met on there, and you don't have to register to "window-shop", as it were.
My rule of thumb is to suggest meeting after about 10 messages.
If they aren't keen then they either just want a cyber-flirt or they have something to hide.
They explained that they want to meet someone who "gets" their weird, knackering shift patterns, but not someone with whom they have to talk shop all the time.
It's not just for nurses: UD is where PCSOs and firemen come to meet stewardesses and traffic wardens, shattering the delusion that working in uniform is one big porn movie waiting to be filmed.
e Harmony e Harmony claims to be "responsible for nearly 4% of new U. marriages" and scores well in surveys of online dating sites, if you're the sort of person who believes surveys.