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Why Are There No Ads in the Forumosa Personals Classifieds?

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Postby ImaniOU » 30 May 2006, 02:11

My ideas of why there's not much traffic on the forumosa personals:

1) Many of us know each other in real life. How awkward is it to put your hopes and dreams of love in a place where people you might hang with can see it?

2) There aren't many female posters on this site. It's a bit lopsided in that way.

3) A majority of the posters on this site are either married or in long-term relationships so they have no need to post a personal ad.

As for me, relationships are on a far back burner. Finding a job is occupying most of my thoughts (although finding a local husband might become my only viable option the way things are going) so even if I hadn't thrown my towel in a year ago, I'm too preoccupied with trying to manage to stay in Taiwan legally.
"We're talking about Taiwanese media whose attention spans make your average goldfish look like the Amazing Kreskin."
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