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DateMeMateMe.Com: Worst Dating Site Ever!


DateMe Mate Me dot com.

Wow, something that is straight and to the point.
It’s where you can casually introduce yourself to others….whore yourself…then get pregnant. Not joking, that’s the name of the website.

Sounds like the best dating website in the world, yes?
Wrong.

This is by far the lousiest dating website I have ever seen. It even trumps InterracialMatch.com for the title of “The Worst Dating Website on the Web.” The only colored folk you’ll find on Interracial Match are blue balls, and the only Dates and Mates you’ll find on DateMeMateMe is your left or right hand.

The layout of this website is plain, boring, and not appealing at all to the human eye. I have to admit it is a free dating service.

- Find singles with FREE ZIP code locator

Why the hell does that have to sound so disturbing?
It sounds like instead of dates, you’re going to get assault me and batter me, and that is not a joke.

I found this website while I was looking for Arab singles. Oh, shut up! You do it too, and it actually appeared that it had singles you could search from. That is a luxury with a dating site because many sites such as eHarmony, Match, and the previously mentioned InterracialMatch are just scams for monthly fees. The only problem with this site was the usership is 95% , that’s Nine dee Five Fucking Percent Male.
4.9% Blank, and Trace Elements of the Female Species.

The female profiles that were available included:

hello
I'm reda, I'm 25, algerien
naked woman and I am looking very very very serious
stp answer on (ramo307 @ hotmail com)

AND

i am a sweet looking girli am a sweet looking girli am a sweet looking girli am a sweet looking girli am a sweet looking girli am a sweet looking girli am a sweet looking girli am a sweet looking girl

*No Images Provided* :P

QATFYG:
Will you write ramo307@Hotmail?
What is the best dating site you know?
And what is the worst dating site you know?


To View for Yourself:
www.DateMeMateMe.com

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