Online Dating Product Review Poll!!! Yes, You Read Right!!!

My mom always tells me that I should hang out at bookstores to meet a nice, smart girl, but I haven’t had any luck, probably because I hang out in the Sex & Relationships section a little too long.

Now some of you are probably saying, “Why not meet someone at a bar or club?”

I’m a busy person and I don’t have time to hang out at the bar until three in the morning waiting for a woman drunk enough to say yes to a date.

So I am pretty much left with the internet. Fortunately, there are many people out there using the internet as a way to get a date. It’s as common as YouTube videos of dudes being hit in the cojones with a wide variety of items. There are many dating websites out there, so I thought I would narrow the choices down to three and let you guys determine which one I’ll sign up for in a new product review poll.

Here are the three dating websites you will be able to vote for:

1. eHarmony.com ($30.00 per month)

2. Match.com ($20 per month)

3. Yahoo Personals ($25 per month)

As you can see, they all cost a bit of money to join, so I thought about adding the free Honolulu Craigslist personals with the choices, but I’m afraid that because it’s free, I will end up with someone who either has a penis or wants to steal a kidney from me and trade it on the black market for a Nintendo Wii.

The dating website with the most votes will be declared the winner. The winner will be reviewed and the other dating websites will not be getting my money and the women who are on those other dating websites will not be getting my heart. To vote, just leave a comment for this post with your choice. Only one choice and vote per person — especially you Calvin.

Current results (as of 10:00 pm 2/11):

eHarmony.com: 32
Match.com: 43
Yahoo Personals: 2

Thanks to everyone who has participated so far!

I’ll be accepting votes until Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, February 14th (11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time). Since the product is something that takes awhile to test, don’t expect a review here on TIB for several months, but take consolation in the fact that you might be responsible for possibly helping me either find true love or a crazy psycho bitch who will make me play with her fifteen cats with names like Socks, Mr. Twinkle Toes, Buttons, Fluffy, Meow Meow, Twitchy, Stimpy, Gingersnap, Kitty Poo, Tootles, Hairball, Mandrake, Fantasia, Patchy, and Fuzzbutt.

Now go vote like your friend is running for student body president, because you don’t want either the head cheerleader or the captain of the football team to win, since they’re both self-centered snobs.

93 thoughts to “Online Dating Product Review Poll!!! Yes, You Read Right!!!”

  1. I vote for match.com. Only because it’s the cheapest, and from what I hear, it’s the best. Plus, eharmony’s commercials make me want to throw something at Neil Clark Warren’s head. Do you really want to make that guy richer?

  2. Current results (as of 2:00 pm 2/10):

    eHarmony.com: 32
    Match.com: 39
    Yahoo Personals: 1

    Thanks to everyone who has participated so far!

  3. match match match. avoid e-harmony like the plague, since that is exactly what it is. the plague. yes i said it, eharmony = the plague.

  4. I joined Match.com on a total whim (clicked on a banner that was on MySpace because I was bored one day) and was on it for like, four days. I met my boyfriend (who is totally hot and awesome and black from the waist down *wink*) during this short period. I had to quit because there were too many responses, seriously, it was giving me a headache. I think Match is the way to go because more people are on there thanks to their marketing on MySpace among other places. Good luck.

  5. Current results (as of 10:00 pm 2/11):

    eHarmony.com: 32
    Match.com: 43
    Yahoo Personals: 2

    Thanks to everyone who has participated so far!

  6. Eharmony. My brother met his girlfriend there just this past April and they’re getting along well. I know of 2 other couples who have gotten married after meeting on Eharmony. I know of 2 couples who have gotten DIVORCED after meeting on Match. Match is cheaper but it seems it’s sometimes people looking for casual dates… unless that’s what you’re looking for. Eharmony seems more serious because they’re focusing on long term, and maybe that’s why it comes across a little creepy. But yes, those commercials make me want to gag too.

  7. I’m de-lurking to vote for Match.com! I met my fiance there. Also, E-Harmony did not work out for me or my sister- I think Match has more people 🙂

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