Have you always wanted to meet a romantic prospect who shares your love of crispy bacon? Owned by Oscar-Mayer, the not-entirely-serious dating app uses your preferences for bacon to find you a match.
Instead of asking how you feel about politics or religion, Sizzl asks if you prefer turkey or pork bacon, and how crispy you like your bacon.
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Gene Partner was brought to life in 2008 by Tamara Brown who just so happens to be an expert in molecular genetics. To ensure accuracy and possibility of success on the site, a saliva sample is required.
The biggest platforms like Match, Zoosk, e Harmony, Plenty of Fish and Ok Cupid have millions of monthly users, but a sizeable user base and a dominant spot in the market doesn't mean they've ultimately cracked the code when it comes to solving everyone's love lives.
Singles want more options these days, and it's paved the way for new online dating services to pop up on the Internet -- many of which take much more specific approaches to matching people up other than by looking at any two users' profile information and finding similarities between them.
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