Toronto dating websites have always had me fascinated.
OKCupid OKCupid, in many Toronto circles, is known as the site to tap if you're looking for someone to accompany you to Trinity Bellwoods Park, followed by brunch at the Drake with plenty of dry nonchalance.
Members create quizzes to find their perfect matches, with questions like "How distressed is too distressed, when it comes to jeans?
" and "I'm a man who wears women's sweaters to be fashionable; hot or not? E Harmony Who can resist those feel good E Harmony commercials with silver-haired Neil Clark Warren telling you lifelong happiness is just a click away?
E Harmony claims to use scientific measures of compatibility, which, of course, negates all those urges you have just to click on the person with the best looking profile picture.
Finally, a personality test that won't get you on the Toronto Scientology mailing list.
Ashley Madison Violating those marital vows has never been easier.
Ashley Madison is the adulterer's dating website, possibly associated with Tumblr of laughing at poor children and the online forum dedicated to the merits of bullying.
Ashley Madison has plenty of "attached" men and women in the Toronto area looking to connect, though few with visible profile pictures (for obvious reasons).
Plenty of Fish These fish, as I understand it, are keen to nibble and run.
While I'm sure there are some who have found long, meaningful relationships via Plenty of Fish, I know many others tend to log in simply for an "Intimate Encounter" or "Hang Out." True to its name, there are plenty of profiles for Toronto area men looking for women, women looking for men, or same-sex meetups (600+ in any direction).
Lavalife Lavalife became infinitely more interesting when its co-founder, Bruce Croxton, joined Dragons Den this past September (except to Brett Wilson devotees).