The new site lets people meet each other by starting conversations.For instance, one feature is called "What Did You Do Last Night?Participants are twice as likely to enter conversations than they are to send a cold-call kind of message, and when they use one of the conversation starting features, they are 30 percent more likely to get a response, he says.Whether it means to be or not, online dating is hilarious.ELMHURST, IL—Barely able to contain his enthusiasm for whatever they would be talking about later on, area man Marc Kahan was reportedly excited to hear that his girlfriend has been doing a lot of thinking, saying Thursday that she must have come up with a really great idea.EWING, NJ—Hailing the product as the most effective means of removing unwanted body hair, the makers of Nair introduced a new incendiary oil Friday specially formulated to produce a controlled burn in the bikini area.I don’t see anyone writing love songs about meeting in the break room and sharing a dollup of Coffeemate. Some are very useful, and some are extremely unique.Rarely is anything so cute as my parents who actually met at a laundry mat. I love the rise of niche sites because it means people with every bizarre inclination can seek out others who are like them.
WASHINGTON—Urging the assembled reporters to move things along, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced at a press conference Thursday that there was only enough time left in his career for a couple more questions.
WASHINGTON—Expressing profound confusion and distress at what they were witnessing, the U. populace was unable to discern why an unattractive woman was suddenly on screen in front of them, sources reported Thursday.
WASHINGTON—His heart racing in terror as he struggled to breathe, Vice President Mike Pence was reportedly flooded with panic Thursday before he realized the hand resting on his knee during a conference at the White House was his own.
SAN ANTONIO—Shuddering as he recalled the details of the traumatic encounter, local man Christopher Gao told reporters Thursday that he walked in on one of his roommates having his way with his leftovers in the kitchen.
MONTAUK, NY—Badly shaken by what he had just witnessed, local boy Peter Danielson, 12, expressed shock Monday after a brief glimpse of his father’s toenails offered a terrifying vision of his future.