In addition to a big, purple backdrop, the Supernatural Dating Society homepage presents viewers with a photo of an older gentleman wearing thick-rimmed glasses and a pinstripe suit, his chin resting on his hand.
The site promises to help individuals around the country to “date, communicate, and develop lasting relationships based around the food allergy lifestyle.”2. The stigmas surrounding sexually transmitted diseases may be just as irritating as an outbreak.
But most online dating sites follow an algorithm that suggests the more you have in common, the better the match. If you’ve ever had a friend with allergies, you know that a certain set of rules apply when they come around.
Because some interests are so specific, finding a likeminded partner is key. You can’t eat peanut butter around Maddie, you can’t offer pineapples to Katia, and so on.
Is this a bad business, or do ugly people finally have a reason for living?
Should there be a dating site in which attractive people with low self-esteem can date unattractive people who constantly compliment them?