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To put a long story in short form, I was in the need of something new. Therefore, I turned to
To be even more direct, I simply wanted to meet some Indian and Pacific Islander women.

QATFYG: Why Indians and Pacific Islanders?
A: Because they are the two peoples of the world that have not yet let me down.

Who does not want their coconuts cracked by a Samoan?

I know going into this site that it would be a disaster, but I decided to walk through their free set up. It’s one of those places that says “Join for Free” and “Sign Up for Free.” If you are familiar with bullshit, that just means that creating your account is free, and the actual use of the account requires your money.

That part was obvious, but still disappointing.
Although, contacting other people is not a free service, and you have to upgrade, I was still able to search the people on the site. It wasn’t super surprising that this site has nothing to do with interracial dating at all other than ebony and ivory. Furthermore, if you want to search by ethnicity you have to upgrade. I don't see why, because I did many searches, and there was not a single profile that was not White/Caucasian or Black/African using their terminology.

It is all black and all white. In other words better name would be “Alabama Dating dot net.”

If you are interested in dating Asians, South Asians, Hispanics, Arab/Middle Easterners,

When I was filling out my personal info, I noticed
BODY TYPE: Slim, Athletic, Thick, Disabled.

I will say that this is the first website that allows you to label yourself as disabled.
I have mixed feelings about that.

This dating site lacks potential.
I guess I will move to


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