The ugly people dating service
According to the site, it's the number one social networking community for gothic singles and friends and has been online since 2001.Users can join in discussions in the forum, get great gothic date ideas, read success stories, chat with other members and even find out how to get involved in gothic fashion and tattoo shows.
"They can relate to you in ways a non-ugly person could never understand." As if this list couldn't get any more ridiculous, yes -- there's actually an online dating website for people who still love that insanely outdated "business in the front, party in the back" hairstyle trend.
I'm not sure how great the matches will be since Mullet Passions is targeted to such a segmented group of people, but at least it's totally free to sign up, so you have nothing to lose.
She's beautiful and I love her in every possible way.
I still can't believe this happening.' Tom, who has been single since 1998, spotted Janine, 31, on the site in late August.
The founder apparently came up with the idea after the matches he got from other dating services were turned off by his smoking habits.
The service is only available in locations where cannabis is legal, and all users must be 21 or older.But after four dates - and a mutual love of junk food and TV dinners - they got engaged this week.Now the pair are planning a winter wedding near their respective homes in Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire.You might be surprised to find out what kind of strange, highly niche-specific dating services there are now available, with more popping up all the time.Just take a look at the following list to see what I mean.He admits he 'has a face that makes children cry' but she calls him 'her handsome prince'. Self-confessed 'great personalities' Tom Clifford and Janine Walker have become the first couple to get engaged following a whirlwind romance sparked on Britain's first dating agency for ugly people.