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In fact, I think he would say it's a perfectly valid way to meet people.e Harmony, for example, claims on their homepage to be responsible for 2 percent of marriages in the United States today.You basically take all the spontaneity out of who you can meet.I haven't looked at many online dating statistics but would gladly bet money that couples who get together on these sites look eerily like old photos of both party's previous relationships.Why actually go out and risk face-to-face awkward encounters with strangers when you can browse the internet and discreetly check people out without their ever knowing?And better yet, you don't have to ask them if they like the same books or movies you do -- it's all there on display!
I think that they're making things a lot more complicated. Here's my level of education and here's how much money I make and here's how important it is to me that I date someone smarter/dumber/richer/more traveled/fatter than me.In fact, I once went out to dinner with an ex and her new boyfriend that she met on match.com, and when placed across the table from one another, they new guy and I looked exactly the same with our fuzzy blondish hair, glasses, and matching turtleneck sweaters.Even though I said all of the above, I don't think Sid would denigrate online dating.I, on the other hand, think it's just because they are encouraging people to get out of their shell a bit and go and meet new people.
They would say it's because of their advanced matching capabilities.
From e Harmony's website: Our patented Compatibility Matching System® narrows the field from thousands of single men or single women to match with a highly select group of compatible singles -- singles who have been prescreened on 29 Dimensions® of Compatibility: scientific predictors of long-term relationship success.