Dating Personals On Castanet? What's Your Opinion

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Another low snake belly move is to set someone up to meet you and then, dum dum dum, you don't show.

Nice.

What if the dating site was set up, let's say, under a different forum here.
But someone from the forums signs up under a different handle.
THEN the main question is asked, "do you have a handle in the forums?"

Would the poster:

1. duck the question
2. Own up.

Either way, someone is going to read all about you. And maybe things you didn't intend.
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Methinks there already be enough comedy of error's..

Should be perfect.


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I think since chat rooms, boards created they have been used for flirting no matter what the purpose of the room was intended.
But what if the perfect person for you is sitting on CNet, single, but you too shy to hit them up?
I know I felt that way about Trip for years before I got up the courage :)
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If there were personals on Cnet, no one under 55 would be on it.
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Somebody already invented the Tinder idea and it has been ported to whatever your taste is ... what single person would need more?

Yes, I met my wife on POF ... my fervent wish is to never need it again (she'd kill me first)

As for G2Gs on here ... I still wave when I pass by Queen K's house in the morning ... all good as long as there is beer ...
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Apparently it is a scam. I read a article that pointed out that there are no women on it and it's kind of like the Ashly Madison scam that had millions of men and only a small handful as in a few thousand women. Maybe the person that wrote the article is a ugly weirdo like me and couldn't get any likes or matches or however it works. The author said he was only contacted by the typical webcam girl charging$$$ to undress or whatever they do on webcam.
I have a male relative in Edmonton that says it does work.
I don't know much of anything when it comes to dating sites and Tinder. Can you filter out what you want and don't want before even looking at pics?
If Cnet did one they could put it under the classifieds and call it 'Raisin Ranch Roundup'.
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LOL, dating advice from the 1950s...

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