Love is free, so they say, so why shouldn't a dating site be free?
The only problem is that once you have found someone, you realise you can only wink at them. You take a step towards them to offer to buy them a drink, and some meaty great bouncer dives in between you and asks you for cash before you’re allowed to talk to them.
No conversations for you, no cute little messages or swapping numbers. Imagine you were in a bar, and saw someone you really liked, and who seemed to be interested in you too. Then of course there are the totally free dating sites.
Most so-called “free online dating sites” or “freedatingsites” aren’t actually free.
Normally what the sites offer is a free trial period of say three days, or the opportunity to create a free profile.
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