Find Your Face Mate You know how they say couples who’ve been happily together for a long time start to look alike?
This online dating site plays off on that premise and even backs it up with science: Similar facial features apparently equals strong passion and a solid foundation. It seems gimmicky, but when you read something like this: When we fall in love (or meet our facial feature match) the neurological response in the brain triggers a release of endorphins and other mood enhancing chemicals that puts being in love in a category all on its own.
It’s definitely a unique twist to just plain virtual romance over emails and IM chats.
If you’re still sucking up enough courage to even start a video chat with someone over Skype, this site is perfect for you – it’s like going on a trial run before committing to a date in real life.
But what if it’s a very unique type of love you’re looking for? Think of Skyecandy’s video feature as virtual speed dating: You can make yourself available for up to 10 video dates at anytime, and after setting your date preferences, you can begin a video date with a random match for a couple of minutes.It sort of pays homage to its former “fantasy dating site” label by encouraging users to “create the ultimate you;” you can use your Facebook details as a base for your dating profile and add more specific qualities to improve your matches.Don’t judge the acting abilities of the “users” featured in the video below too hard. LFG Dating This is a pretty plain and straightforward dating site, specifically for gamers looking for gamer mates.You can have your avatar date another avatar in any setting on Second Life and still sort of have the same effect minus the physical intimacy, which is a general protocol for first dates anyway.Here’s what a Plz Say Yes date would look like: LARP Passions LARP stands for Live Action Role-playing, and this is a dating site specifically for those who enjoy pretending to be from the Medieval Ages, outer space, and a slew of other genres.
Plz Say Yes Ever heard of the virtual world, Second Life?