Top 10 Posts of 2008

Happy 2009! I just woke up from a wicked New Year’s Eve hangover and figured it was time to take a look back at 2008.

And what a year it’s been. Last February 1st, we launched with a handful of talented and single 30-something bloggers in the San Francisco Bay Area. Throughout the year, we romanced all manner of dating topics, from kissing tips to 20s vs 30s to waiting for phone calls. (And who hasn’t been in that exhausting situation before?)

Then on August 7th we set up our dating forums, which allowed you, our faithful readers, to pose and debate even more dating topics, such as: dating after a broken engagement, help with breaking up, and text messaging vs calling. (Phone calls apparently are a popular topic.)

From all of this flirting and fun, we’ve gone through our logs and given a rose to the top 10 most popular posts. And they are:

Dating is a great topic, isn’t it? Whether you hate it or love it, chances are you have a strong opinion about it. All of us at sure do. If you would like to share your opinions, theories, experiences, rants, and raves, then become a blogger for! We’re always looking for 30-somethings in the San Francisco Bay Area with something to say about dating.

One thought on “Top 10 Posts of 2008”

  1. Alright. I’m no expert at this, but since I got divorced a few years ago I have hit a few online dating sites. For anyone who cruises these places I have one word of advice. When I put a profile up somewhere, I always post a picture. As much as people say they like an honest person with a good sense of humor, let’s face it, people always focus on looks. I am always getting these winks, and if you know what that means then you’ve been on these sites before. Anyways, I get these winks from people and when I click on their profile, no freakin picture. I mean if you’re going to look at my profile and my picture then do not expect a response if you are not going to at least post a picture. Looks are an important part of attraction. I know there are a lot of good people out there, but if you expect to win people over with your charm and wit then you are in for a world of hurt. Being honest means exposing yourself for who you are inside and out.

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