Spring is also the season when pulses start racing and libidos start pounding and those eligible bachelors and bachelorettes emerge from winter hibernation and come out to play.
Sorry — we were distracted by that fine-looking specimen that just passed by.
But there are surely millions who are avid fans, prepared to debate who was the best captain, quote obscure lines of dialogue, and cite favorite storylines. There is no shortage of Star Trek conventions, gatherings, and meet-ups. Trekkies can’t wait to don their Starfleet uniforms, accessorized with phasers and comm badges.
So if you’re on the prowl this spring for the 6-foot-5 horseback-riding, Crohn’s disease-suffering objectivist Trekkie of your dreams, then keep on reading. Farmers Only They say: “When I looked for sites for farmers online dating, I found sites that claimed to cater to farmers, ranchers, and country dwellers, but the majority of postings seemed to be from people living in big cities. Just looking at the postings, they sure didn't look like farmers to me!
Ah, spring, a season defined by tax-related meltdowns, allergies, cute baby animals and wicked weather. Sure, most people are familiar with the “big” virtual meet markets like e Harmony, Match.com, OKCupid and, um, Craigslist but there are hundreds of dating websites out there that cater to romance-seekers with decidedly more specialized interests, values and physical attributes.
And since this is 2011, by “come out to play” we mean log on to online dating websites in search of friends, flings and serious relationships.
Sometimes, though, the subsets get quite specialized.
That’s right, even the G-rated online dating services can get oddly specific.