I've heard all the stories about it being full of Jebus freaks and all that. Their TV spots make me want to retch. A friend in another state used it and said it was slim pickin's. Naturally, I assumed I would be a colossal failure on the site.
Since the story was fresh in my mind and I wasn't quite ready for bed last night, seeing an eHarmony ad on the tube prompted me to give it a try. Like Rick Gershman, I was begging for a swift and painless end to the questioning. Seriously. So many questions. I can't say I answered them all that carefully and I'm not sure about the honesty level, because I'd had a few drinks at a show earlier and may have leaned a little farther to one side or the other. But still, like Gershman I rated the religious stuff very low and the sex stuff very high.
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So, I'm not a hopeless enough case that they just outright tell me to get lost? Quite frankly, I was hoping to get the same message as Gershman. I was hoping to get rejected outright. Damn. They might find someone for me someday. I should wait to see how long it takes. Truth be told, though, I'll forget/get bored in a couple of days and not bother to check the e-mail I used.
Also, what the fuck, Blogger? I can't get into the "Title" field to create a title for this post.