Then may I suggest pilotimad, a tall and lanky 20-year-old who paints himself as “Nicest Guy You’d Ever Know,” actually a believable description after you see his photo — super-friendly looking in his oversized pilot’s white shirt and tie, hands nervously tucked in his pockets, a cute dimpled chin that could hold an eight-day rain.
Under the photo is the quote: “Life is not about the things that you could have done, but of what that can be still done.” A sticky Hallmark sentiment, perhaps, but hey, if you’re not free for the taping of the Greek gang bang…
Canada’s oldest dating site is stepping up its game with a rebrand that promises to woo disgruntled single folks by putting the fun back into finding a mate.
Lavalife, founded in 1987 by four friends in a Toronto basement, is enhancing its digital platform with a snappier design, simplified profile creating process and connecting people with common interests.
“Sending that first message to someone — the icebreaker — is always the hardest.
If you know that you’ve got something in common, like sports or maybe food, it sparks an easier conversation and is not such a dry process.” Dating sites and apps are often too focused on matching people based on looks, using complicated algorithms or promising love and marriage, she says.
As the days dwindle down to that most special, annual heart-shaped chocolatey ball of joy/happiness/romance/expectation/loneliness/depression — choose your own adventure — we are reminded that deep down, everyone wants the same thing. His photo shows him rocking out on guitar in front of a Christmas tree.
Then there are traditional sites like and e Harmony for people looking to get married. We target real people without the pressure,” says Alisa Civiero, who is overseeing the Lavalife relaunch project.There is so much more to my man than his age (though dating a younger dude has benefits I won’t dare mention in this PG13 post) and the fact he has children (though they are often quite adorable, and seeing what a loving Father he is makes my womb warm, thanks to evolution).Lesson learned #2- relationships aren’t always easy, but they shouldn’t be hard either.But can a formula determine whether two people will have a successful long-term relationship? According to market research company IBISWorld, the online dating industry made 3 million in Canada in 2014.Services like e Harmony and promise to find you the best potential matches based on complex and tightly guarded algorithms.To give you some context, The relationship doesn’t look exactly like I always thought it would.