The commercial isn't pulled, it's still airing. It was just pulled from the website I linked. It's funny, these people on the commercial keep repeating they've met and married the perfect match. That's dangerous and ridiculous to me. We've all heard stories how the best matches are prearranged marriages, real love, because they didn't even know each other, etc., not sure.Quote: boymimbo
First, she's likely a paid model. Likely the commercial got pulled because Natalie Cole died.
But the general question I think you are asking is "why do gorgeous women need dating sites?"
There are women who are introverts who don't meet guys for whatever reason.
There are women who want to meet people who they wouldn't normally meet outside of their social circle.
There are women who have been burned meeting men in the usual way.
Fair enough that men use visual attractiveness as a key factor in attempting to date women, and that gorgeous women will have more opportunities than ugly women. All it means is that the distribution of attractiveness on dating sites like e-Harmony probably max out at 4-5 skewed towards the 1s.
That said, there are plenty of single 6s and 7s out there on those sites. If your Neanderthal brain can realize that looks go out the window long term in most cases then you can probably live quite easily with a 6 or 7 that takes care of themselves vs a 9 that doesn't. And for women in their early 20s there are plenty of attractive women who are going to turn out to be 3s and 4s soon down the road. My advice is to meet the parents as that will give you big genetic clues on what she is going to look like.
I had limited online dating experience 20 years ago, and let me say it was interesting. It did not last long (I eventually fell for someone I met at the Starbucks at my workplace). But one of the five that I dated sounded extremely attractive and she had a great personality. Unfortunately I could not get past her looks - she was quite obese and her pictures of course did not show that. Other more attractive women I generally didn't do well with (they were out there) because I lacked confidence in myself.
The Ashley Madison revelation that the site membership could be almost entirely men in spite of free cost for women to join is another good one. That's the extramarital affairs website for would-be adulterers. Apparently the hacking that took place didn't settle the matter due to fake female accounts created by the company itself, see link. The number of real women could be "minuscule" according to the article.Quote: wizard
I've been asking the same question about heyjude2222 for years