So Yah! I tried it and really and truly I might just be an old fashioned girl but I like the process of introduction. Like I said in the video above, I prefer meeting someone through someone it’s just what I’m accustomed to growing up in Jamaica. Now E-Harmony <- fucking Fraud. These people made me do this everlasting long ass survey ask all sorts a questions to what point? The stats of half the “matches” that were sent to me made absolutely NO sense or weren’t in my preference. And to me if you’ve done your fair share of multiple choice exams you know HOW to answer a question to pass.
To me E-harmony tries to win by numbers. Let me bombard you with matches from all over and you MUST find someone that you like. At the end of the day I started getting annoyed with all the god darn emails. Listen, I don’t care what anyone says E-harmony is the true stalker. I eventually had to just close my account and ask them NOT to send me anymore emails. and guess what guys? Last night in the depths of my enjoying a night out with friends I get an email from … take a WILD guess. Yep, E- bomboclaat Harmony asking me to do a survey. I was so tempted to tell dem to go survey them mumma. Woosah * sniffs lavendar + chammomile lotion*
What I did learn is that many of my friends, females and males have tried online dating. For some reason I was surprised as I figured it was taboo in my lil old island. It’s funny though most Jamaican’s who tried online dating definitely steered clear of meeting other Jamaicans one friend said ” The Montego Bay and Trelawny man dem scary” <- LMAO
In all fairness I learnt after my E-harmony fiasco that match.com is the better one. ( oh well) As mentioned I do have a friend who is doing it seriously so I’ll tap into her experience and possibly give you guys a more positive review. Till then
Faith & Love (virtual and non virtual)