The Great eHarmony Experiment: Done Like a Turkey

Dear eHarmony,

I finally realized that you left me.  No more e-mails in the morning about Qasim and feank wanting to get to know me better.  No notes to try to convince me that Dave or Marvin were my soulmate.  Fewer messages harrassing me to sign up for a paid membership as if my life depended on it.

It took me a long time to notice.  So I logged in today and realized I had reached my limit on matches and that everyone on the list you made for me had given up the ghost and moved on.

eHarmony, I think you finally realized that I moved on.

It was nice while it lasted.  Well, not exactly nice.  But it was funny.

Love,
Me

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One response to “The Great eHarmony Experiment: Done Like a Turkey

  1. You probably have, by now, realized that, Ah, because you logged back in, the site thinks you’re “in the market” again, brought you back to the active roster and began sending you matches, notes and offers again.

    “You have reached your match limit” is a lie, by the way.

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