You could write a pop country song by just reading “Horse Lover Dating Ideas” to music.
“Nice pickup truck sitting on the tailgate”
“Going on a horseback ride thru the woods”
“Just going for a nice quiet ride.”
“I let this field open for you, SURPRISE me, but don't forget to make it fun :)”
Not to be confused with Equestrian Singles.
Because on what date are you supposed to have the “I fuck giant bunnies and teddy bears” conversation?
Best profile section goes to: “Activities in prison...”
Worst search function goes to: You can only browse the site by individual age (ie: Men, age 29. Women, age 23.)
“Browse the 'Mullet Groups' section to find members based on the style of their mullet, classic, mudflap or spiky.”
So this site actually diverges into further niches than “Mullet”? Got it.
‘Looking for someone upbeat, age 25-30, gluten intolerant and allergic to nightshade vegetables. Must eat legumes.’
Finding your perfect match just became insurmountably difficult.
Because we already knew what was going on in the cabin. 45 minutes just sitting there on the tarmac without taking off?
Based on the hypothesis that similar facial features increase your chemistry, this site is the go-to if you want to make love staring into your own eyes.
Connecting gorgeous women who love travel to rich men who want to deeply deceive themselves.
Aww, like if you’re upbeat, or just want someone with a great outlook.
Oh, wait, nope. That’s NOT what that means.
Match.com, OkCupid, eHarmony… they all have a pretty simple formula. You get a huge selection of potential mates, and great data-driven search to help you find your shared match. And what can go wrong?
But maybe you decide you’re not meant for the wider dating pool. Maybe you’re into sea captains and doppelgangers, or looking for your third wife.
Here are the sites you need in their full glory, independently fighting it out in the competitive online dating market until Sam Yagan buys them all up.