Plenty more fish dating site
The saying is the basis of the name of an online dating website, (Still doesn’t help.) Often meant to encourage someone who’s just been dumped or needs to get back in the dating scene, the proverb likens the dating field to the sea, brimming with endless fish, or potential, lasting partners that haven’t been caught yet.It can also suggest that someone’s ex wasn’t so special or unique.On February 28, 2012, the parents of US Army Lieutenant Peter Burks sued Plenty Of Fish.The parents' lawsuit alleges photos of their son, who was killed in Iraq in 2007, were used without permission.(Trust us, they weren’t.) By 1862, the proverb had morphed into its modern form and was established enough to inspire a classic early American popular song from Stephen Foster, “There Are Plenty of Fish in the Sea”: If that’s not your jam (Google it), how about Harry Connick Jr.?In “Easy for You to Say,” he croons: “You say there are plenty of fish in the deep blue sea / That’s easy for you to say.” Or, Valerie June?He ran the site independently until 2008, when he began hiring other employees at his new Vancouver headquarters.In 2009, Plenty Of Fish also launched a contest with Lady Gaga allowing single members to go together and meet the singer during The Fame Ball Tour.
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A related eliminated feature was the option to contact clients of age differences greater than "Markus", presumably Frind, found tasteful.
Although the Plenty Of Fish site and its "matching" criteria continue to match couples with age differences greater than the 14 year guideline, attempts to contact these "matches" resulted in an inbox message from Markus stating, among other things, "[t]here is no reason for a 50 year old man to contact a 18 year old woman." The image sending restriction was apparently reversed after Plenty Of Fish was acquired by Match Group (but not "quick messages" directly from the match's profile page) and members outside of the 14 year age limit no longer appear as matches or in searches.
In her 2013 “Somebody to Love,” she riffs on the metaphor: “Did they tell you, there are / Plenty of fish in the sea / But you’re drowning and cold / And you’re feeling empty.” And, with this saying, it’s all about the comeback.
—to a friend, family member, or even themselves if going through a breakup or trying to get excited about dating.