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I tried "Eve-Harmony" before I found out about its Xian slant. After slogging through their "$40 value profile", where I stated I was a depressed, lonely, divorced Atheist, I was promptly told there was NOBODY for me. Not within 200 miles. Odd for a service with national exposure, dontcha think?
Tell them you're a male prostitute with a meth connection. You'll get some calls.
E-harmony is just as bogus as the rest of those dating services. Ever notice that the good looking women want a guy who makes major bucks? Most the women's photo's are when they were younger and skinny.And all the women are "living the dream". Liars and gold diggers I say.
If you really want to have a laugh(at the expense of Dr. Neil ClarkWarren) go to edatereview.com andclick on Eharmony.com to find outwhat users are saying about this service. The vast majority of themrip it bloody, calling it a scamand a fraud. But gee, its run bya Christian, isn't it? How could this be?
This isn't "E" Harmony.Com. It's "EVE" Harmony.Com.It's a bit of a joke.
Sorry, I should have been a bit clearer in my comment. I enjoyed the video, it just reminded me ofthose Eharmony.com commericials.My parents always wanted me to hookup with a "good Christian girl."Perhaps needless to say, I'm stillsingle!
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