Dating Website 'For Beautiful People Only'
Survival of the hottest?
By Kristin Wong 6 hours ago
Dating website Darwindating.com vows to weed out the unattractive people from its dating pool, forcing them to swim somewhere else. Touting that they're "online dating for beautiful people only," they use Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection as their justification, but they point out that, because Charles Darwin was "very ugly," he wouldn't be able to join the site. From there, they proclaim the plight of the good-looking people everywhere.
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oh who will determine beauty, prey tell?
That's just mean, anyway isn't beauty supposed to be in the eye of the beholder?
Ooh and they're even casting for a 'beautiful people' TV show.
Another shallow and pointless reality show to add to the ever-growing list.
That's okay, you can always go to
I've been thinking about doing a hub on bizarre dating websites for a while, so I've had Darwin Dating and similar ilk in my sights.
Ha, the site will be full of narcissists.
There's a great match!
I sent them my pic, for some reason they never replied back...
This sounds like a great website, it helps to filter out the shallow individuals from the dating pool!
Honestly, this website makes me feel nauseous. How absolutely shallow, vain, egocentric.... I could list a whole litany of words. Outer beauty fades over time, and when it does, I'll still be the intelligent, nice one and they'll be the ugly ones, inside and out.
Why can't people ever grow up and leave the stupid inanities of high school behind? It frustrates me to no end how silly and pompous and self-obsessed people are. Websites like that would be THE LAST place I would ever go. I'd rather live alone. Shame on people who sign up there and shame on the website creators. I hope they go out of business for perpetuating the "I'm exclusive, and therefore better than you" attitudes.
Why does society celebrate people who simply got lucky when it came to genetics?
End of rant....for now.
Does this site give its members an expiry date? Because outer beauty is fleeting.... and well.....really a ridiculous pre-requisite for membership to anything!
..well..the site will probably make money...that's what it's all about right?...selling something...so all those beeeeutiful peeple will be signing on...but i figure it'll be all about how much money and pull you have...cuz the definition of beauty will probably be defined in many ways
I wonder if the creators of this website get some warped pleasure rejecting those who think they are beautiful?
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