Plenty more fish in the sea dating

But after swapping a few messages with a couple of them I noticed a few patterns forming.

Both seemed to ignore what I was sending in my messages and just send me some random stuff about what they did at the weekend.

I did complain to the providers but they said there's nothing that can be done. Regarding the horse issue, this seems to be common on dating sites along with women posing on 'their' Harley's. Are the horses sort of a symbol for what they want in a man? I recently signed up for three "Free" sites on the basis that if you want my money, you should at least provide some sort of example of what to expect before I pay.

And, is it just me or are there loads of girls on there (and other sites I've tried out) that own horses!?!? And are the harley's supposed to show she has a wild side or a lot of money or both? Simply receiving emails telling me that people are "checking me out" or someone "viewed my profile" doesn't mean anything to me unless I can see their picture and read their full profile.

I joined pmnf after a female friend knew I was looking and suggested it as she knew someone who used it.I also noticed nearly al the messages from both girls were ending in '', which I guess is common but just seemed too much of a coincidence. And these women usually post they make well above the national income amount in this time of a very serious recession.THEN, someone else contacted me, ending in the same '' and I started to get fed up. But I agree, what IS it with the horses and Harleys.Could it be that this is some kind of "honeytrap" to get desperate single gentleman to sign up for the "premium" service?Like a sucker, I signed up for a month so that I could see what the messages I'd received said - no replies to date and quite frankly I don't expect any.

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