Nigerian scam on dating sites
Over the net you talk to people and get to know them as a person and not as some random in a nightclub who's cracking onto you in hope of getting a one night stand.I've met all the Internode Game admins in SA, and a few interstate.
You will also find places to report on those people.if they are not what your looking for when you meet then you wal away....at least when u do meet you can get into the real deal..beats batting off to a web cam dont ya think ?LOLMany dating sites are integrating cams anyway so you can get the best of both worlds im more of a pub guy than a nightclub guy...anyone i meet there i'd rather not get into anything with except a few point was that yes dating sites are not for everyone but they have an increasing market thats for sure.Just don't ring them all, and then ring up your telephone company when you get the bill and deny that you rang up those numbers. AUAND A COUPLE OTHERSWHAT THE UPLATE GAME SHOW AND YOU WILL GET HEAPS a dating site, however it does have the same purpose, find people you're interested in, add them as a friend, start talking, post blogs, pics and other stuff up.
I had one of them last week, a guy refused to believe he SMS'd a dating service for 2 hours. A lot of bands/groups/artists are using it these days to promote their music. Best of all it's free and doesn't require a credit card to drain your pocket.
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Because people are shallow, they instantly judge on looks, and won't have a thing to do with you.