So I signed up for match.com's week long free session. I sent out a few emails to particularly profound gentlemen and waited for some replies. People can send you emails... or match also provides an alternative. You can send an individual a wink which requires zero intellect and happens almost as it does bodily, as a reflex to something hitting the eye, in this case, a profile photo. After getting a few 'winks' from some hideous guys I was on day 2 and already about to erase my profile. Then I noticed that match.com had altered the text of emails I had sent my original chosen lot of guys.

I had sent those first chosen guys my real email with the thought that we could converse and I could quit match once contact was made. But... Match had actually substituted my email address with the secure email address they had created for me. It gave me an idea for keeping my time on match interesting...

These instructions assume you know the basics of uploading and filling out forms on the internet. This is about making match.com (or other dating sites) more interesting. It is not a blow by blow on how to sign up for Match.com

Step 1: Before You Sign Up Find a Few Points of Interest

Peruse the online profiles.
You can usually do this by registering but NOT subscribing.
In your area there may be very few people already signed up.
If that's the case... then it may all be for naught.
So I'd say find a person who seems kind of intriguing in your area. Or find 5.
<p>It is very difficult to meet soul mate, life has no meaning without love</p><p>On the other hand, many married people are disappointed and divorce nowdays.</p><p>dating to right person must be really difficult.</p><p>I tried online dating on http://www.meetsouls.com and http://www.angelreturn.com also http://www.erisdating.com</p><p> but no luck so far.</p>
Thanks for the compliment. I didn't mean to imply guys on match were appalled by the change of profile. I don't think it made too much of a difference... maybe it did, maybe it didn't... I would have needed more time on the site to get more of a response. The testing Match's boundaries was more a way I could explore something new and genuinely interesting rather than feeling like my sole intent was to sell myself to some guys... but I did meet some guys during the whole process. It's also left me with a slew of ideas in terms of social experimentation. In fact there's a free dating site that one of the guys online mentioned... plenty of fish which would prob. be where I went for a longer round of testing. Although I did like my thought of the online user revolution. I'm going to wait for a while. On a lesser level of experimentation I thought that if I have an art opening I might sign up and try to get a lot of people to come to the show....
Did you pay 'em anything for this? L
Who is 'them'?? Match? No.
I must have missed the words "free session" before... Interesting L
Option 1) <em>I'm curious about match's censorship of information. It seems possible it extends beyond the provocative and into self-protection. So instead of a boring bio... I'm going to explore changing my profile and seeing what flies before my freebie is up.</em><br/><br/><em>Oh and by the way, to all those boys who are winking. I'm not into guys with dust in their eyes.</em><br/><br/>Option 2) <em>I like cuddling, romantic dinners and long walks on the beach.</em><br/><br/>Difficult decision? Clearly the guys on match.com don't appreciate someone capable of original thought when they see them :P<br/>

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