We heard a mix of recounts of dating mishaps and successful couplings. And he felt the same way "about southern Johnson County girls." "We got married in June and together we've traveled all over this country, seen countless concerts, adopted a puppy, started a business and even put together a computer desk without a single fight yet," Manning tells us on Facebook.
For instance, Lauren Manning tells us that she and her husband met in January 2011. "I'd say it worked for us." An electronic dating scene also helped Colleen Cunningham meet her husband in 2007. "He worked about 5 minutes from where I lived, but both being introverts, our paths would likely never have crossed without online dating," Cunningham tells us on Facebook.
"He ordered exactly what I ordered, a salad, and proceeded to eat like a Neanderthal," Charley said.
"Oh, I didn't mention, when I walked into the restaurant, he was leaned up against the bar, gave me a once, twice, three time over and states 'not bad, you will do.'" Kira Stevens tells us about an attractive online date who soured things with technology.
“My friends advised me to go online and try to find someone to share my life with,” she says via Skype.
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