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I’m on set at a Zombie-Valentine-themed boutique lingerie shoot (don’t ask) chatting to long-term single, serial-dating model Melis*.
You can find your first mate with Seacaptaindate.com, which claims to be only place for Sea Captains to connect with men and women who share a love of the ocean.
I found sites fit broadly into four categories: Standard, Specific (sometimes laughably so), weird and plain wrong.
Standard Probably the most popular choices for tech-dating newbies, these include sites like Match, E-harmony, Plenty Of Fish, Tinder and Guardian Soulmates.
Tinder and Plenty of Fish are free to use, so prime stomping ground for the Melis’ of this world, whose approach to dating is much like a cat toying with a ball of string.
Plenty of Fish is the largest dating site and has over 90 million users, but you can also get a paid premium service.
Weird This may provoke an outpouring of indignation from those for a penchant for a fireman or a nurse, but I find the concept of uniformdating.com, a site for “those who work in uniform or fancy those that do” very strange.