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One woman gives a testimonial about a man who works at Petco who she thought was “OK," but now they’re getting married.
The men on the app are only allowed to upload a passport photo so the women who use the app won’t focus on their looks. they are stuck with the options they are given on the app. has been working to boost its ratings by getting more popular hosts and skits that appeal to pop culture lovers.
In November GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Last month, an advert for a similar joke dating site started to circulate on the Internet.
5 and featured a spoof commercial advertising a new dating app called ‘Settl’.The fake app promises to help users get married faster by choosing mediocre partners and lowering expectations.