Best online dating sites, Seattle

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  • Heidi P.
  • Lynnwood, WA
  • 544 friends
  • 332 reviews

anyone know? any out there that don’t cost money? this is not for me btw 🙂

  • Will A.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 79 friends
  • 32 reviews
  • Ian M.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 560 friends
  • 164 reviews

PlentyOfFish and OKCupid are free.

  • JJ C.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 39 friends
  • 12 reviews

I’m perpetually single and usually don’t even attempt with these sites. The Stranger’s Love Lab seems to have the better looking and somewhat ",cooler", looking folks however. I think it’s cheap to join too. I worked there and didn’t have to pay, but I think it’s like $Ten.

  • Sean C.
  • Boston, MA
  • 161 friends
  • 383 reviews

Heidi, if it’s for an attractive female friend, okcupid.com. Otherwise, plentyoffish.com.

  • Brian M.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 110 friends
  • 234 reviews
  • Hannah L.
  • Portland, OR
  • 167 friends
  • 612 reviews

Love Lab! I am over a month into something good. It’s free to browse, but you have to pay in order to contact someone.

  • Carly L.
  • Redmond, WA
  • 281 friends
  • 644 reviews

here is Carly’s breakdown of dating websites:

E-harmony: it’s WORK to get to actually communicate with potential dates. Dates I went on there was LITTLE to NO chemistry, and for almost $40 a month, I say meh.

Match: Match gives you the chance to search around for potential dates. Its pretty joy, albeit no cheap. Side note: Carly was in date mode in the past two months, and match gave me a lot of dates. I dated someone I met on match for four years. This time around. meh, and I am no longer on it.

OKCupid: I just joined this two weeks ago and met a cool dude. It’s free. But there are a hell of a lot of weirdos.

  • Brian M.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 110 friends
  • 234 reviews

oh and don’t leave behind fakeprofiles&,penispics .com it’s like all dating websites

  • Sean C.
  • Boston, MA
  • 161 friends
  • 383 reviews

As one of the weirdos of which Carly speaks, I still advocate OkCupid, albeit I may just be clinging to the fact that it was superb in 2007.

  • Heidi P.
  • Lynnwood, WA
  • 544 friends
  • 332 reviews

lol thanks guys. and no i’m not looking for a female lova haha

  • Carly L.
  • Redmond, WA
  • 281 friends
  • 644 reviews

Sean, you are not weird. You know what I mean.

  • Carly L.
  • Redmond, WA
  • 281 friends
  • 644 reviews

Sean, you are not weird. You know what I mean.

  • Carly L.
  • Redmond, WA
  • 281 friends
  • 644 reviews

Sean, you are not weird. You know what I mean.

  • Nick H.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 151 friends
  • 467 reviews

I say avoid chemistry.com at all costs. It’s run by match.com and I think it’s basically their response to eharmony. I attempted it and didn’t get one date–and it’s expensive too. I like match.com’s site, but haven’t had much luck there. I think okcupid is better and I’ve met some more interesting people on that site (and it’s pretty effortless to screen out all the poly folks if you take the time to response some tests/questions). Haven’t had a lot of luck with the stranger in the past–felt like it was kind of a meat market.

  • Sean C.
  • Boston, MA
  • 161 friends
  • 383 reviews

Carly, despite your assertion (in triplicate!), I assure you I *am* weird, albeit most likely not in the way you originally meant.

  • Nick H.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 151 friends
  • 467 reviews

PS: about chemistry.com, I think that match.com is running a promo to get their subscribers to ",join", (transfer their match profile) for free–so the site is flooded with a bunch of non-paying people who will likely never react to you. If eharmony appeals to you, I’d use them and not chemistry.

  • Brian V.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 45 friends
  • 0 reviews

*looks through the threads*

  • Heidi P.
  • Lynnwood, WA
  • 544 friends
  • 332 reviews

i guess i should have checked past threads very first.

  • Riss J.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 791 friends
  • 710 reviews

*erases the ",lately", on Brian’s post*

  • Carly L.
  • Redmond, WA
  • 281 friends
  • 644 reviews

Stupid crackberry! Sorry Sean!

  • Brian M.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 110 friends
  • 234 reviews

I think these threads are weird. no offense but asking about dating advice from strangers so you can find strangers to date. you very likely cut one of the steps out.. could go out with someone you know in real life. a person you work with or talk to. I think this happens too much in Seattle where they go through this process of anti-social dating technics.

  • Nick H.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 151 friends
  • 467 reviews

hey, I resemble that remark!

  • Hannah L.
  • Portland, OR
  • 167 friends
  • 612 reviews

Just speaking from my own practice, sometimes it’s hard to meet people if you don’t live where you work (or in my case, work where you live), and you aren’t indeed into the bar scene, and you’re fresh(er) in town.

  • Peter U.
  • Redmond, WA
  • 15 friends
  • 20 reviews

Hannah’s right on. Except for me, in college I majored in computer science. so it was a freakin’ sausage fest. Now that I’m working, its all old people or mainly boys. Median age in my group is like 45ish. ::breathe:: Also I dont like clubbing or going out to bars, not my type of scene.

  • Sean C.
  • Boston, MA
  • 161 friends
  • 383 reviews

I too came from a computer science department. I basically dated as a result of doing tech theater on the side.

  • Brian H.
  • Seattle, WA
  • 12 friends
  • 11 reviews

Online dating can be a superb way of at least practising. That way, when you do meet someone in ",real life", you will (hopefully) be a little less anxious about it. nerve.com was big in NYC, but doesn’t seem to be so here. I checked out okcupid for a while, but there were not many needles in that haystack. Lovelab seems better, but I haven’t truly used it yet.

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