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It’s not too pretty to look at it, and while registration was relatively straightforward, I didn’t like being forced to enter my physical attributes.
I don’t want to talk to someone who might immediately dismiss someone on height alone (because, let me tell you, I thoroughly lack it). I was most wary of Must Love Pets because, I mean, look at this: And I was right to be wary.
With the help of apps like Tinder and Hinge, it’s easier than ever to find a date.
But what if you’re gluten-free, vegan, or insufferably snobby about beer?
Maybe it’s a generational thing, but I thought this was a little odd: And if you don’t have a digital camera, smartphone, newer computer, scanner, or tech-savvy member of your family, then you can mail a photo to headquarters and it will upload it for free, which might reflect something about the site’s users. Purrsonals is clearly the best of the three, but they all underperform.
And though it’s called Must Love Pets, the site doesn’t seem very pet-oriented. Which is really too bad, because they’re missing an opportunity to cater to a really receptive community.
Not that a photo is necessarily an accurate representation of a person’s appearance, it’s always nice to get an idea of who you are talking to.
Sadly, I have to conclude that Purrsonals is a real bummer in the summer.
Single Cat Lovers is even more dismal, unfortunately. Can I hear it for all the happily single ladies out there? I’m still new to San Francisco and pretty evenly split between introversion and extroversion, so anyone I meet I treat as a possible New Best Friend.I may or may not have an Ok Cupid profile through which I’ve met a couple of folks who’ve become my friends. Back when Facebook was brand new and a lot smaller, I met my college friends by combing through mutual interests.Good for: Those with celiac disease, or those who have committed to the #glutenfree lifestyle What’s the deal: Gluten Free promises an online space where you can meet someone with similar dietary restrictions and “never have to feel alone, awkward, or a burden because you are gluten-free.” We can’t help but wonder if there’s an algorithm that separates those with celiac disease from the Good for: Breaking the ice between somewhat awkward food-obsessives What’s the deal: Same Plate is, more or less, your typical dating site, except that it’s aimed at foodies looking to talk grub and maybe even “share a meal, no big deal! Good for: Craft-beer obsessives What’s the deal: This app aims to link up like-minded beer nerds looking to get lost in each other’s eyes (and Untappd check-ins), be it in their hometown or a sudsy vacation destination. Good for: Singles looking for a “hot” date to “spice” up their love life What’s the deal: A social-networking site specifically for hot sauce and chili pepper fans.” Same Plate seems to be best suited for those who take food—or Instagram food porn—seriously, since it suggests posting pics of both your food and yourself. Good for: Applebee’s patrons only What’s the deal: Whats Applebee’s is proud to be the “premier social chat app for fans of Applebee’s®,” accessible only to those inside one of the chain restaurant’s locations. Because, and we quote, “Why risk hearing ‘I don’t like spicy food’ on a first date, when you know that would be a deal breaker? Good for: Paleos/Crossfitters/primals (whatever that means) What’s the deal: Since these are some of the most intense of all lifestyle-obsessed dieters, it only makes sense that one of them felt the need to create Paleo Connect. The sinewy and smug-looking joggers pictured on the site’s homepage. Good for: Intentional ambiguity when asking someone for a drink What’s the deal: Eliminating the stress in making plans to grab a drink, Beer App call-and-response as straightforward as possible. Good for: The extremely caffeinated What’s the deal: Like the aforementioned “Hot Sauce Passions,” this is an exclusive site for coffee geeks only.