Plenety of fish dating

A 15-year-old and 16-year-old were arrested Friday in High Point while driving a 2010 Ford Fusion.

(WFMY) -- Two High Point teenage girls were arrested last week for using the dating site Plenty of Fish to meet men and steal their cars.

The most interesting part of the profile comes next:the Relationship Chemistry Predictor.

Po F makes the matching process fun with several questionnaires designed to assess compatibility.

Each of them started out optimistically but fizzled when it became apparent that they wanted something different, i.e. Then my 30-year-old niece told me about a dating site called Plenty of Fish that "everyone" was on.

We joked about going on double dates with uncle-nephew pairs, and I said jokingly, "Yes, and I'll end up with the nephew and you with the uncle!

For the first seven years, this worked really well, I got the site to 10 million users without any employees and Po F was generating a ton [sic] of relationships”But Frind said he would now be making changes, adding: “Intimate Encounters on POF can be summed up as a bunch of horny men talking to a bunch of horny men pretending to be women.”In other changes he has curtailed users from contacting members where there are age gaps of 14 or more years.

“There is no reason for a 50 year old man to contact 18-year-old women.

After that, there were others I'd met in real life — a widower, a couple of recently divorced men.

The majority of messages sent outside those age ranges are all about hook-ups,” he wrote.

He added that an estimated two per cent of male members had “started to use POF as more of a hook-up site mostly due to the casual nature of mobile phone use,” following the increasing popularity of smart phone apps among the site’s users.

But the founder of one of Britain’s biggest dating website has now decided to take radical action to root out fake and sleazy profiles - after revealing that many of the “women” who use the hook-ups section of his site are actually men in disguise.

Writing to members on Monday, Markus Frind, the Canadian founder of Plenty of Fish (POF), said that he had been forced to make a series of changes to its membership rules because too many male users are harassing women for sex.

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