The beginning of spring marked by the release of the new version of SkaDate Dating Software set the pace for the rest of the time: spring appeared to be full of interesting events. Dating industry moves ahead, online dating websites are spreading like a wildfire and tendencies are constantly changing. Therefore, it is crucial to be in the loop and keep up with the trend news in order to leave competitors far behind. For those who followed the UEFA Champions League 2013 so vigorously that missed all the exciting news from dating industry, I’ve prepared this roundup.
Rebekah Epstein: As I interviewed assistant candidates this past week, it dawned on me that finding not just a good one, but a perfect one, is a little bit like finding your soulmate. Because you’re not simply looking for a polished resume. You’re looking for a long-term match. A partner. Somebody who “gets” you.
“I’d like to have breakfast with somebody,’ – single domestic diva admitted. ‘I’d like to go to bed with somebody. Sleep with somebody.”
Robyn Lee, editor of the Catholic Match blog: “What differentiates Catholic Match from other dating sites is that we provide a uniquely Catholic experience. Our service provides an emphasis on what is important in establishing a strong Catholic relationship and marriage. Although we provide many tools to help single meet each other for a romantic purpose, we understand that ultimately God’s will and time is what truly brings two people together.”
Melanie Robinson about guys posting photographs with their motorcycles: “They’re all proud of their Harleys and it’s so cliché. A middle-aged guy with his bike. I’m not saying don’t mention it, just skip the photos that scream midlife crisis.”
In a press release, SugarDaddieForMe said, “Attitudes about dating older men and the social acceptability are rapidly changing.” Almost every woman, a full 85 percent of those surveyed said they were comfortable dating men with a 20-year age gap and 41 percent of women said they would marry a man 30 years older.”
Judge Michael Noud, in sentencing Nowlan, said: “We’re dealing with significant property loss (here).(Plus) your offending breaches a suspended (jail) sentence. It was not a trivial matter. It was a robbery.”