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Hes now been sating someone he met through friends for 6 months or so.
I remember there was a very good thread last year where someone like you was setting up dates with single mumsnetters - I haven't followed it but it looked very promissingoh, and there was another one where mumsnetter was looking for a date for her ex HI would love to have found out if either was successful It all depends.
I had the most success on Guardian Soulmates (best quality in my experience)....until I turned 40 and then people stopped contacting me, almost overnight (neither my photos nor my profile had changed).
Since then I'm with walkacrossthesand, I've been on Po F for a while (I'm not paying anymore for 'no success').
Some sites are better for big towns/cities, some sites are more popular in particular geographical areas or for particular age groups.
I know that some people believe that the paid for sites are better, they generally aren't, as the same people are on both.
I dont have any experience with dating sites, so wonder if its this website that's the problem - should he try Match or e Harmony instead?
ie don't suggest tories when you are clearly more socialist etc. I had a lot of weird experiences last year on another site called RSVP. Also they pick your matches for you, and there's something weird about the photos, can't remember what exactly but I think you can't see people's photos unless you're a mutual match or something (I never joined but have heard several people say this in the past)Sites like GSM are good if you're a) in a big city, or near to one and c) are a middle class guardian reader. I have heard good reports about Lovestruck, but I believe it's only in London. And again I suspect a little bit middle class and earnest. There's a lot of time-wasters and I've only had one coffee date (which turned out to be unsuitable) but it's early days.....That rather gives the impression I'm after fetishists. I haven't been on match except very briefly but over and again I hear 'creeps' being used in the same sentence.