"You could work at a restaurant, or the feed store, but are looking for someone who has those values."Users pay .95 per month, or .95 for six months, to find a like-minded match on the service.(Online dating is a billion-dollar industry: More 40 million Americans used an online dating service in 2011.)Miller's done some marketing at farm shows and local television ads (like the one with talking animals below), but said the steady rise has been mainly from word-of-mouth.Last night's episode featured a "Hoedown Throwdown," in which the women shucked corn, wrestled pigs, and milked goats.But what does it really take to win over a farmer's heart? Now, one that launched to cater to the kind of people who grow crops—Farmers Only.com—has reached a milestone.Jerry Miller, a marketing executive who founded the site in 2005 after a divorced farm owner complained to him about a lack of like-minded people in her dating pool, says it has more than 200,000 subscribers."She said, 'I'm afraid I'm not going to meet anybody new—I know everybody in town,'" Miller recalled in a recent interview with Yahoo News.
You can choose a traditional dating style, or even a cowboy dating round-up in order to find your S. Redhead-World was meant to connect partners with the same lovely shade of hair, as well as keep members up on the latest global redhead news, because that's a thing apparently.Finding love is hard, and it’s even harder when you’re only attracted to Asian midgets with Parkinson’s disease and a lisp.In the old days you would have died alone, but thanks to the Internet we now know that no matter how insane your tastes are there’s a community out there that shares them.The Atlasphere feels less like a genuine dating site and more like a place for people to tell each other how awesome they are for liking Ayn Rand.Are those the sort of people we really want to be reproducing?