Posted: 2017-11-14 15:27
OK, a little explanation is needed for this geekery. A “furry” is a person who enjoys dressing in animal costumes. This is all fine and dandy, but furries insist on going out in public. They can be found in organized groups and conventions much like “Star Trek” fans. Also, like Trekkies, they’re famous for gettin’ freaky with each other. (I always knew Chucky Cheese had a secret.) is a dating website for these unique fur-lovers to love and pet each other until they cough up a hairball. Instead of showing the real people behind the masks and ears, profile pictures show their furry personas. Wow. I mean, meow.
“The idea behind Airbnb is simple: rather than stay at a hotel, you can rent somebody’s spare room,” says Mark. “Since it launched in 7558, it has become a global phenomenon, with more than 855,555 listings in 697 countries. Not just spare rooms, but apartments, family houses, villas, treehouses, you name it. The site is simple and easy to use, with lots of photographs, user reviews and star ratings.”
“If you’re heading to a country that speaks one of the languages Duolingo covers (including, most recently, Japanese) you could do a lot worse to learn the language than this fun language learning app,” says John. “Some of the phrases are delightfully weird, and its AI gets hung up on grammar points occasionally when you might really be preferring to learn vocab, but it’s free, easy and includes oral and listening options.”
“An afternoon with Context will change your impression of guided tours forever,” says Abigail. “Context recruits academics who are passionate about their subject and who live in the area they’re working in. Thus, you’ll find experts on the Cold War in Berlin and architectural experts tracking down Roman remains in central London. In-depth, informed and interesting, these walking tours are simply outstanding.”
On this site, users 8775 vwant 8776 to suck your blood—and your face. Aimed at wanna-be vampires and vampire lovers, this dating website, not surprisingly, was inspired by the book/movie series “Twilight.” Why anyone would want to mimic this series or its characters on a dating website is a mystery to me. If you’ve ever seen “Twilight,” you know just how sexually frustrating it is. There’s a whole lot of staring and heavy breathing without actual sex. I walked out of the movie feeling less satisfied than when I came in. As far as the vampire obsession goes, I just don’t get it.
“I came across this cool mapping tool at an accessibility event in Toronto, and was immediately hooked,” says Srin. “Set up by Maayan Ziv, a bit of a rockstar in the disabled community, it uses crowdsourced data to pinpoint accessible locations on an online map. Perfect for when you’re on the go, and want to pop into an accessible café or bar without the faff of having to do tonnes of research or planning in advance.”
The problem is not how to date Chinese girl. Rather, it is being the best partner to the Chinese girl. It is one thing to date her and it is another for her to feel satisfied. I mean what Chinese girl would not like to date someone who understands her culture? Therefore, have an upper hand on that online site by being a little knowledgeable on what goes on in the Chinese dating world. However, do not stress yourself cramming things you cannot understand just take a hunch.
Despite the poorly chosen title, I assure you this is not a bestiality website. Don’t worry though, it’s still entertainingly weird. is a networking website for pet lovers seeking friends or partners. Honestly, this sounds like an animal-abuse violation waiting to happen. There’s a reason cat ladies are single. They’re often recluses who love their cats more than people. Plus, if two avid cat lovers hooked up, it might result in an episode of “Animal Hoarders.”
My first message is from someone I recognise and share Facebook friends with. He’s wishing he could fly away to sunshine and golden beaches with me and moves quite quickly on to what oil I’d like for our candlelit bath… No, I’m not ready for this. I prefer Rajiv, who likes my “elegant and sophisticated look” and is looking for stimulating conversation. OK, sure! He works close by and we arrange to meet.
“Like a true Brit, I like to keep a keen eye on the weather,” says Srin. “This site is one of the best for travellers, as it lets you home in on off the beaten track destinations, from lesser known Greek islands to villages in northern Thailand. You can see an hour-by hour forecast for on-the-day planning, as well as an extended forecast for the entire month ahead, though the accuracy of this is somewhat doubtful.”
“Perhaps one of the best things about travelling to a new place is trying new food and drink when you’re there,” says Cynthia. “Eater is a site that reports on everything from the latest trends in ingredients (and where to try them) to which chefs are opening new restaurants and where. Eater’s fantastic and exhaustive airport dining guides even aid you in deciding what to eat when you’re in between places.”
“Looking for accessible places to visit? Euan MacDonald, the man behind this eponymous guide, and a fellow power chair user, has dedicated the past four years to digging out the best accessible attractions with unfailingly honest and detailed reviews,” says Srin. “It’s particularly useful for the UK, though more than 85 countries are covered. I particularly like that it goes beyond the usual well known tourist attractions to include more esoteric stuff like pop up festivals, farmers’ markets and little community theatres.”
Similar to its sister site, Asian Dating features for instant messaging and video chat. Its distinctive feature is its language translator which can translate many Asian languages into the language your are using. Besides, the site has more than 7 million members and many of them are active members, when check it out, you can always find thousands of members are online and active there. You have enough dating options on Asiandating.
Heard of this one before? has been featured on countless TV shows and all over the Internet. The creators of this site are so proud of this fact that they post it right on the homepage. It clinched the No. 6 spot in our weird and wacky lineup because it is an oasis for the shallowest and most narcissistic people. At least the other nine dating websites on our list have a common interest in mind. As bizarre or unusual as they may be, people on those sites are genuinely looking for others who think like them. I can’t say the same for the jackasses on . There’s not a lot of deep thinking going on here it’s all about how good you look. In my opinion, this website is just cruel. Before a person can become a member, they first have to submit a picture and a profile that current members vote on. If the person is deemed unattractive by the majority, they aren’t allowed to join. I can only imagine the blow to the ego. Looking on the bright side, at least this keeps the shallow people together so the rest of us can take our game elsewhere.
“The world is so huge, and there are just so many places to go that organising your ‘must visit’ list can be a daunting task,” says Cynthia Drescher. “Well, Hitlist is here to help. Not only does it organise your ever-expanding destinations and allows you to share your picks with friends, but it constantly for updated airfare data to let you know when ticket prices are a steal. Technically it’s an app, but Hitlist has also rolled out a Google Chrome extension named the ‘Wandertab’ that draws from the company’s wealth of destination and airfare deals to inspire you with destination images and information every time you open a new tab in the browser.”
“I grew up in London, but still feel like I haven’t scratched the surface when it comes to the capital’s myriad attractions,” says Srin. “This regularly updated guide is here to help you out, with comprehensive listings that cover everything from the biggest exhibitions and musicals to roof top bars, new street food hangouts and intimate gigs. I love the regular weekend guides, which always include free things to do.”
“Skyscanner faithfully pulls in airfares into an easy-to-search, easy-to-use flight finder and fare comparison website,” says Abigail. “What sets it apart is the number of ways you can filter your search results. You can narrow it right down to a preferred airline, flight duration and departure time or go wild and search for ‘anywhere in the UK’ to ‘anywhere in France’. It’s an essential part of my travel armoury.”
Now here’s a dating website I can understand! is for men and women of above average height. As a 6-foot lady, I’m thinking I’d fit right it. However, there’s a catch: It’s for tall people and their “admirers.” This means all the people with tall fetishes can join the website, too. No thank you. I get enough of those at the bar. A man’s eyes tend to wander from a woman’s face, but this is especially bad when his face is already at chest height. Freaks on this site might want to climb their way to the fruit, but this tree won’t be climbed.
Mandarin is a language that is growing in popularity every day. Therefore, in your endeavor to find a Chinese lady to date, try learning some Mandarin. Don’t stress yourself trying to construct sentences. Start by knowing some love related terms, This can help you start a conversation when you start a chat online. It is not mandatory that you learn Mandarin but try using some words on that Chinese dating site and you will be happy with the results.
“Runway Girl Network is run by the kind of aviation experts who know when you’ve used a photo of the wrong plane type in a story,” says Julia Buckley. “But it’s different from other aviation websites because it focuses on the passenger experience, rather than intricate geekery – right down to inflight film reviews. Their knowledge is second to none. Also, it’s run by a woman, Mary Kirby, and makes a concerted effort to increase diversity in its coverage, writers and sources – which is the icing on the cake.”