And unusal dating sites
The premise of Dream Cliq is that users build a profile using their favourite images and then browse other profiles and choose someone whose image tastes appeal to theirs.
You can filter by basic categories like age and location and images are clustered into themes such as art and books, travel and leisure or music and film. The site is stylish and will appeal to those with a penchant for Pinning but there’s an element of pot luck in that you can’t see much personal information about other users.
Also, the site’s strong emphasis on astrology will put off the sceptical of mind.£1.50 for 1 Cliq Credit Tastebuds Shared taste in music is often the starting point of a relationship and many a liaison has faltered after discovering a potential match is a fan of Mumford and Sons.
The idea behind Tastebuds is a good one: find a partner whose musical sensibilities will not offend and whose taste signifies a world view similar to your own.
#2 Do you have a gluten intolerance that makes cooking for your special someone a real pain in the butt?
Tired of not having someone in your life who shares your personal diet?
We rounded up six of the most intriguing online dating sites. Dream Cliq Spotting the untapped match-making potential of the world’s picture-sharing social networks (Instagram has 150 million users, Pinterest around 70 million), the creators of Dream Cliq decided it was time for a more arty approach to online dating.
The actual museum is located in Sulabh, New Delhi, India.
In case you can't go there, you can just browse this virtual museum.
The Internet has taken over cable and media, pen and paper, and some might even say the dating world.
Dating apps like Tinder and websites like OKCupid seem to be taking over as the new dating hotspots.