But can you really put a price tag on scientifically validated love?
If you happen to think of yourself as God’s greatest gift to mankind, this website is for you.
The self-proclaimed “most exclusively beautiful community of people in the world” screens for eyesores before admitting users to its kingdom of comeliness.
These torsos went to Harvard is the gimmick of this online dating service, founded by two former students of the university who are surprisingly not the Winklevoss twins.
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As long as you’re sufficiently un-establishment enough to live up to the tagline: “Cos you’re cool …” Some books are so powerful that you just can’t stop thinking about them, or talking about them, or basing your prototype of the ideal mate on them.
That’s the premise of The Atlasphere, a site devoted to connecting admirers of Ayn Rand’s books The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged. Good chemistry is a game-changer when it comes to dating, but it’s pretty hard to come by.
There are Trekkies, and then there are the rest of us un-intergalactic riffraff.
Trek Passions provides a place where sci-fi lovers of all sorts—yes, both Star Trek and Star Wars fans are welcome—can revel in their nerdy knowledge and find a cos-play pal or lifemate.
Playing Bioshock, which depicts a collapsed laissez-faire society, is probably the best counterweight.
It's also a much better-executed story than Atlas Shrugged.
Not shockingly, the founders of this Denmark-based company recently came under fire for dumping 30,000 “ugly” ogres that slipped through the cracks when a virus called Shrek attacked its system. At Brainiac Dating you’ll have your pick of single smarties looking for love.