We talked for hours and have never been apart since then.
Players, tire kickers and married men generally don’t want to pay out cash to partake in lascivious affairs and insincere tomfoolery.
That number comes from a 2012 survey that was paid for by e Harmony, so take from it what you will — but it's certainly possible that e Harmony's reputation for leading to marriage may have the circular effect of attracting people who are looking for serious relationships..
In February, e Harmony CEO Neil Clark Warren, who co-founded the company as a Christian dating site, told CNN, "We didn't want to pretend to be experts on gay and lesbian couples ... It's a different match." released in February found that among Americans sampled "who have been with their spouse or partner for five years or less ...
Neither of us would have been patient enough for that!