Oh, but if you’re in Singapore, you’re SOL, the site is banned after massive public outcry.
Maybe that’s not so surprising for a site that’s slogan is “”Life is short.
This makes it so that one can see just what kinds of strategies other people are using.While there are only 200,000 or so users, it can be the perfect choice for someone looking to kindle a relationship with some very solid common ground: having spent four years at the same university!If you want to make things happen, this is the place to do it.It’s free to try, but you’ll have to pay to get unlimited messages, which let’s face it, that’s probably what you’re going to want if you’re all about speed.There’s many passions, but to name a few “Organic, non-smoking, artist, coffee, cigar, farming, psychic, classical [music], and mullets.” If you’re a Sci-Fi fan, there’s even a Trek Passions, which led Conan O’ Brien to quip “The fans say the dating website is going great and any month now they hope a girl will join.” Trek Passions slogan is “Love Long and Prosper.” Droid MSG is based around an Android App of identical name and is nice in that there are no premium features, so you really are getting all you can get.
It boasts a massive international following and is a solid choice, particularly if you have an Android phone.The first two options are “attached male seeking female,” and “attached female seeking male.” That’s the vibe and if it’s what you’re into, the site repeatedly stresses that it is 100% discreet.It also boasts over 20 million users so there’s plenty of cheating to be done.The premium price is a bit up there, at .99 a month, but if it’s what you’re about, it may be worth finding your soulmate — literally. You have stories to tell, and passions to share, and things to talk about that are more interesting than the weather.The site also has Pandora-like music suggestions and can be a great way to discover platonic “concert-buddies.” Passions Network consists of scads of smaller dating “sites” with very specific, niche interests.