The real kicker for these relationships is that they actually last longer than offline ones ( in some studies.So there's something to really be had in this kind of thinking.The first prominent online dating site was Match.com, which launched in 1995.e Harmony started in 2000, Ok Cupid in 2004, and more recently, a wave of mobile people-swiping apps, like Tinder and Hinge, have become wildly popular.Dating sites makes it to where its hard for people to meet people anymore thats why people can't find good men/ women anymore because the good ole days of getting out and about to be able to find someone is gone thanks to these blooming dating sites!!!Things need to go back to the good ole days instead of crap like this!!!Someone just had to get a "brilliant" stupid idea to create blooming dating sites to where society could be lazy, and get on a stupid dating site to find someone instead of enjoying getting out and having fun, and trying to find someone!!!
There was nothing wrong with getting out and about and trying to find someone, like it use to be...And while it’s true that being older and single means you face a “thin” romantic market, both on the Web and off, the sheer scale of online dating mitigates this.After all, the best way to beat long odds is to take lots of chances, and even for older users, dating sites provide millions of romantic options.So yes i'd like to see all dating sites shut down, and go out of business, and for things to get back to the way they use to be!!!Men/ women aren't articles of clothing, jewelry, or things like that!!!