Each week, Popdust's intrepid reporter, Suzy Mc Coppin, goes deep undercover in order to guide you through the potentially murky waters of cyber lovin'.
This week, we shine the spotlight on Plenty Of Fish. Incidentally, if it’s a number 2 pencil, why is it yellow? " My mom Approach/Chat Up Line: I mean, the guy cooks and cleans. Conversational Skills/Rapport: Was very interested when I told him he won the title of the “Guy My Mom Would Want Me To Date,” but more interested in who I wanna date.
I Found the Love of My Life on POFBack in '07 I started my account on Plenty of Fish (POF). But I told him I was really not into this internet thing, and that if he wanted to pursue this, "Here is my email..." After that, we exchanged numbers and talked for two months, and we've been inseparable ever since. The site can work, and I know many couples that met through POF are now couples and have married.
We have been married now for almost two years and have known each other for a total of five years. All the site can do is put us out there - it's up to us singles to make the right connection. I feel this way: if you are in it for all the right reasons, up front about yourself and your needs, it can work.
He seemed pretty normal (good job, intelligent, funny).