A new dating website called My Lovely Parent has opened in England, and it is aimed at that country's match-making children: The premise, quite simply, is that kids can sign a parent up for this otherwise-normal dating website, create a profile for him or her and then proactively search for a suitable match.The kids can either forward potential partners to their parent's inbox or actually set up the date itself, depending on the level of involvement that Mom or Dad desires from his or her offspring.For serious people, looking for serious relationships: The old standbys are going strong.and e Harmony are still the go-to sites for those who are in it for the long haul.The website was created -- and this is super cute -- by two thirtysomething brothers who loved their 69-year-old "mum" very much and wanted to find her a companion for her golden years.
Many of the difficulties that we face when approaching love are based on expectations that love ought to be the same as it was during middle-age. Darlington said her own experience using dating apps such as Tinder inspired her to create Mom Co. Welcome to a new type of dating scenario, where everyone is looking for The One with total package potential: Kids the same age! Mom Co combines geolocating technology with profile matching so that moms can interact via messaging, arrange playdates, and find out about local community events and kid-related services.Many people swear by it, but even the company knows you get what you pay for.It's right there on the site: "We don't claim to evaluate you perfectly, but we do claim to find someone who claims to fulfill your claimed requirements, exactly." Plenty of Fish -- which claims to have 90 million users and be the largest dating site -- is also free, though a paid upgraded account earns perks like showing up more prominently and nixing ads.