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Needless to say, if I had met a women, that would be great – but it was not my core motivator.If you are single and curious, or if you are not single and wondering what people are talking about – let me show you.What became immediately apparent after using the site for a few minutes – the intention here was for me to meet a woman by way of volume and speed.Many parts of the site were built to get you connected to others – fast. When I first saw this, I was thinking something like Hot or Not (remember that one? What I found was that I was simply clicking “No” numerous times not knowing exactly what the impact of the actions were.Plenty Of Fish (POF) is a dating site that professes to be completely free.On this site, you don’t have to pay to message anyone, view profiles or meet.

Based on what I had seen early on, my “description” section was longer and more in-depth than most users.

You could send a full long-form message to a user – but there was also this small, “Quick Message” box there starting at you waiting for you not to form a full sentence.

Over the few days I was on the site I received a number of messages like “I’m curious too” or “Curiosity killed the cat”. This all reminds me of a joke a friend made some years ago about picking up women: “All you do is go up to every woman that look good and ask her to have sex with you – you bound to find one that says yes”. While on the site (or Online), your odds of others seeing you and interacting with you go up considerably.

After a few days it was clear that clicking on “No” did nothing (but possibly changing a background algorithm), clicking on “Yes” would send a notification message to that user, and “Maybe” – that was not clear what the effect would be.

When receiving notification messages, the email subject line is cleverly crafted as to not mention Plenty of Fish or POF.

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