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|Here are five dating apps, from Gluten-Free Singles to Salad Match, that bring single folks together based on their dietary devotions. ... Last week, the dating site Zoosk launched a new mobile app that matches folks through their burrito-filling|
|Way back in 2010, OkCupid reported that women smile about 50 percent more than men do and make that flirty-face (think: duck lips and hazy eyes) four times as often. But, is smiling actually better? In some cases, yes, and in some, it's not the optimal|
|So you say eHarmony leaves you feeling a little blasé? Match.com makes you say, “Meh”? Not to worry: An explosion of niche dating sites is making it possible for picky date-seekers to find, well, just about anyone. There are sites for people who want|
|... very plausible. Don't believe us, well take a look at some dating sites that actually promise to find potential partners a match over food specifics. ... This dating site connects veg lovers with one another for a lifetime of salads minus the meat|
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