Looking For A Love/Hate Relationship? Try The Daily Mail's New Dating Site!

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imageBy Jemima Kiss: Single? Lonely? Bitter? Having trouble finding a life partner who hates immigrants, bleeding heart liberals, the BBC, Gordon Brown, hoodies, TV filth, feminists, Channel 4, the loony left, rip-off Britain, feral children, the French, the PC brigade, yobs, lesbians, single mothers, the Euro and Jonathan Ross quite as much as you? We have the answer – the Daily Mail’s new dating website!

With editor Paul Dacre reportedly table-thumping about the cost of the Mail’s website, it should be no surprise that executives are brainstorming any kind of money-making add-on they can think of, so it’s quite surprising the Mail didn’t roll out a dating site earlier.

MailDating.co.uk, we are told, employs a new “image-based psychometric testing technology to help users find likeminded people in their local area”. Users will pay upwards of £21.99 for a month’s access to include video chat, instant messaging and some pseudo-psychological ‘test’ that matches you with other losers who can’t find a partner the proper way.

We were astonished to see that the site does allow men to search for men and women to search for women, but then I guess that where money making is concerned any thought of moralising goes out of the window. I don’t doubt it will make them a small packet.

This article originally appeared in © Guardian News & Media Ltd..

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Ms.beloved

Search for that special someone … the athletes and we also Mtvahmin with some of the many things

James DS

"Users will pay upwards of £21.99 for a month’s access to include video chat, instant messaging and some pseudo-psychological ‘test’ that matches you with other losers who can’t find a partner the proper way."

Erm, like the Guardian's Soulmates dating site that is promoted on the front page of guardian.co.uk? or is MediaGuardian scared of the opposition? surely not!

Dan Thornton

Presumably a dating site doesn't count as a cancer-inducing, brain-rotting social network of evil?

And £22 upwards?

Is this a covert attempt to try and revert the gene pool to a puddle?

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