eHarmony, Part 1


Monday, 27 March 2006 at 5:00 am Pacific USA Time.

eHarmony is a dating website. It has a lot of great commercials that make it seem possible to find your (next) spouse through their system. They claim that their system will match people on such deep levels that you will get quality people sent to you.

OK. I figured I’d give it a try. I’m a walking set of personality quirks, so I wanted to see if technology would match me with anybody like me. I wasn’t (and am not) looking for a husband or soul mate, but I thought at the very least, I might make some friends with lots in common with me.

A friend suggested match.com as she had met her husband there. I looked at that, but the second question is asked was what my best body part was… and brain wasn’t an option. So that was the end of that. I decided to fill out the long questionnaire and try eHarmony. Match.com, I don’t need you when I can go walk around a bar and hope people notice my "best body part." Bad marketing!

So what did eHarmony send me? Tune in tomorrow to find out!


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