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The Bristlr App Helps You Meet Fine, Hairy Folks

Bristlr app

What do you look for in a potential partner? Some people choose personality over looks, while others prioritize the amount of facial fuzz their potential partner has. The latter sounds strange, I know, but an app that aims to match people up based on beards (or the lack thereof) actually exists. It’s called Bristlr, and it connects “those with beards to those who want to stroke beards.”

Catchy tagline, eh? It’s not your average dating app, but then again, if your criteria for choosing a partner lies mostly on their beards, then you don’t exactly have run-of-the-mill needs either.

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Looking for Love, But Have No Time? Part Time Love is What You Need

Part Time Love Website

Some people look for love in all the wrong places. That doesn’t mean to say that they’re flirting up a storm at funerals or anything. It could also apply to those who’re looking for a potential mate in the wrong dating pool. All relationships need time, effort, and mutual respect to flourish. While you might be ready for love, your schedule might not be.

So why not try and find someone who’s in the same boat as you? Part Time Love is a dating site that helps you do just that. It promises to hook people up with a mate who want love but can’t commit as much time to a relationship because of busy careers or whatever other reason. A meaningful romance without everyday commitment? You might just find that right here…or not.

Either way, if you want to give it a try, head on over to Part Time Love to check it out.

VIA [ C|NET ]

‘Wingman’ App Hooks You Up with Other Singles On Your Flight

Wingman App How do you spend your time in a plane? I usually read or sleep or talk with whoever I’m traveling with, but if you’re the type who wants to meet new people and eventually ask them out by the time you land, then you might find the Wingman app useful. Currently in development, the app was thought up by Buzzfeed copywriter Gabe Whaley.

He explains: “I’m pretty sure that at some point, anyone who’s flown has had a thought, like, ‘I wonder what it would be like to talk to that person. Too bad it’s never going to happen, because the seating arrangement didn’t provide for that.'” Presumably this app will be able to help you out by introducing you somehow to that person. No specifics have been revealed yet aside from its premise, but Wingman definitely sounds interesting.

If you’re down to fly, reserve a seat by signing up for their beta launch here.

VIA [ Geekosystem ]

Gluten-Free Singles Lets You Find Your Gluten-Intolerant Mate

Gluten Free Dating

It’s hard for gluten intolerant people to find their perfect match on regular online dating sites. Not that they’re especially picky or anything, but their diet makes maintaining relationships complicated if their partner isn’t open to making changes to ensure everything is gluten-free. The solution? Just date other gluten intolerant people instead. A dating site that’s aiming to make the process easier and less of a hassle is called Gluten-Free Singles.

I kid you not–the site actually exists. They describe themselves as a dating and networking site “where you never have to feel alone because you are gluten-free.”

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Canoodle Dating Site Sets People Up Based on Their Mutual Facebook ‘Likes’

Match By Likes

Some people say opposites attract but I think couples with similar interests work just as well. After all, it takes a lot more than common (or uncommon) interests to keep a relationship going. But if you agree with the latter statement that similars attract, then you might be interested in Canoodle, which is the newest dating site on the block that hooks people up based on their Facebook likes.

The goal is to ease the pressure of coming up with a really good profile on users by making matches based on the things they’ve already ‘liked’ on Facebook instead. Communications manager for Cupid, the firm behind Canoodle, explained: “You’ve got your icebreakers there right away. Without having written anything about yourself, you’ve told a lot.”

While ‘liking’ a number of similar Facebook pages might not find you your perfect match straight away, it’s definitely a good start. What do you think?

VIA [ BuzzFeed ]