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[A woman's mag did a survey that said one in ten women online have got it on with someone they met on the Net. A quarter of them had had a "romantic relationship" all thanks to Uncle Web. We said we didn't believe it. Then we got emails coming in. By the way, we've changed the names of the emailers because we figured someone might get in trouble]

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Don't knock it till you've tried it. As a singlish guy working in the tech field I've met a couple of people via online personals and got lucky, not least because they don't immediately switch off if you so much as mention the word Internet.



Derek "the stud" Karther



While I doubt there really is much hope of this helping, try going to

AdultFriendFinder.com

. Perhaps someone there will be willing to lend a hand or whatever happens to be attached.



Handy Andy



Re: your women shagging men they've met over the net.



One of my flatmates has so far met two women over the net who he has ended up in relationships with. One lasted 4 years (and was with an American, but you can't have everything), the other is still ongoing
(one year 2 months) and she's moved from Southampton to Scotland to be with him.

So it is possible, but you have to put up with long distance relationships.

Seaman Staines



Hint : use ICQ and then search on Age and location.



I was "found" by a girlie who did this to me a year back.

When we broke up - I then used her tactic and searched Icq - it's amazing HOW quick these girls will get chatting.

There's also the approach a friend has used for > 3 years now - hang around the local newsgroups (eg uk.local.southwest for down here) or local IRC channels. Most of these have big piss-ups (they call them meets) and he's ended up in two long-term relationships with it.

Mr Online Studley
PS I'm heading of to Sweden soon on holiday because of a recent icq chat. She was here (local) but moved there for a year of uni.

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