Looking for love in all the wrong places? Here’s a quick solution to all your dating problems. Well, maybe. How cool would it be to just dream up that perfect someone? Or just simply fill out an application with all the requirements you want and need in a mate and have them delivered right to your door?
Well, apparently you can do just that. Not necessarily the scenario but with a touch of a button you can basically have whatever or whomever you want. I came across some interesting dating sites that could possibly come in handy for finding the right person. Could this be the remedy to help save a chick?
How it works: Pairs you with other local Tinder-ers using GPS and your Facebook profile.
What Happens Next: Like his/her photo? Click the heart icon. Tinder will alert you if he or she is also interested.
Pro: Now you know the name of that cute fella you pass by on your lunch break.
Con: Now you know that an ex has moved into your neighborhood.
Privacy Factor: Unless he likes you back, he’ll never know. If your Facebook friends use Tinder, they’ll see that you do, too.
Exhausted of constantly asking your friends to hook you up? Try this one: Coffee Meets Bagel
Site: Coffee Meets Bagel
How it works: Connects you to prospects with whom you share Facebook friends.
What Happens: The site sends a daily e-mail with a possible date.
Pro: You have common friends.
Con: Your common friends might be your old college or high school friends you have hidden from your news feed.
Privacy Factor: Your picture and profile are sent to potential matches each day, but they can only contact you through the site if you’ve indicated that you’re interested in them.
Looking for that elite person in charge of the company? Try: Hitch.Me
How It Works: Uses your Linkedin account to connect you to other available Linkedin members. You can search within a specific career field.
What Happens: Sign in through Linkedin, and Hitch.me will offer dates using your location, job, and age.
Pro: Your date has a steady income.
Con: You might just end up dating your old or new boss.
Privacy Factor: Set your Hitch.me account to private so only potential matches will know you’re using the site.
Source: Marie Claire