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For online dating, have you tried paid services like e Harmony? Thought about e Harmony as well, but there's this feeling in the back of my head where I'll end up just seeing the same people I'm seeing everywhere online and out the money.
My impression was that it attracted more people who were more focused on settling down and are more serious about dating as you have to pay. I contacted them (e Harmony) and they don't do a trial version or anything.
I play on a rec league once a week, but my team is a group of close friends that all have SOs.
When we play our games, everyone shows up 5-10 mins before the game then everyone leaves pretty much immediately afterwards.
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You're getting somebody's sloppy seconds, and you're somebody's sloppy seconds.I found that people on my team vacated pretty quickly but were pretty open to hanging out at a bar once in a while.You just need to be outgoing so things don't get awkward if things get quiet. For instance, if you like running, there's tons of running groups where you can meet lots of new people. One of my friends who were in their mid thirties met their husband that way.I looked at last year but never pulled the trigger and joined any groups - will take another look to see if there are any groups that interest me.Don't know if I have time to volunteer as well since I work full time and go to school part time (online, not classroom, otherwise meeting people would be easier). For the rec league, are they your friends or did you just happen to be matched with a team of buddies?
I'm on the big ones (Tinder, POF, OKC, Bumble, etc).