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I made my opening line “On your latkes: sour cream or applesauce?
” (Note to suitors: applesauce is the correct answer; sour cream is gross.)I was also intrigued by Adam, who told me he was a singer and sent along a link to his new album. Things must have gotten a little TOO sexy in the past, because Atheist Passions had a lot of rules about photos.
Also strange: if members didn’t fill out their height and weight, their profile would be deleted — weird, since most people are going to lie anyway.
Oh well, at least everyone on the site knows not to challenge me to a limbo contest.
But even he has been on this site (and in the many different passions) for years and has had off and on very hit-or-miss interactions.
Even when we first started talking, I treated him very poorly.
Anyway, the bios on the site weren’t very impressive, and some were even offensive.
Like this one that read, “I am a nice, smart, polite and honest human being with a good, kind heart.
I wrongly assumed that without the judgment of God, we would be allowed to be a little more risqué with our cleavage.
As much as I had hoped to celebrate Christmas one day, a month to flirt behind a screen was a bit steep.
I tried “smiling” at a bunch of men, hoping that if they forked over the money, they could talk to me. Then I smiled back whenever I received a smile, hoping that there was a loophole (like two smiles = a free introduction).
But just like during Lent, the rules were strict here.
Another strange financial aspect to Christian Mingle: I had to Christian Mingle sent annoying emails every couple of days, especially if my activity dropped off (see the screenshot above).