Country life dating site
Settle for Love is a website made for people who are willing to "embrace imperfection" and just settle down already.
The site promotes honesty and encourages singles to expose their flaws, positioning itself as a dating service where people can let loose and stop being afraid of being judged so harshly from their profiles.
Don't even think about signing up unless you're willing to trade in your underwear for a diaper perhaps every once in a while.
You can connect with matches, browse through top-rated members, watch videos, chat live, view photos and participate in polls for all sorts of diaper-related stuff.
Whether you suffer from premature balding or you live alone with eight cats, Settle for Love is the place to be upfront about it. is a dating app that's been referred to as "the Tinder for weed." Like Tinder, you can choose to connect with people nearby (or pass) just for fun and friendship or for a serious relationship -- and everyone who uses it already knows that it's a community for marijuana smokers.
The founder apparently came up with the idea after the matches he got from other dating services were turned off by his smoking habits.
I'm not sure how great the matches will be since Mullet Passions is targeted to such a segmented group of people, but at least it's totally free to sign up, so you have nothing to lose.
"In the unforgiving ocean of love," the site reads, "let us be your lighthouse." Farmers Only offers a nice solution to rural singles, but for those who want to get even more specific about their love for farm animals -- specifically horses -- there's Equestrian Cupid.
Users can join in discussions in the forum, get great gothic date ideas, read success stories, chat with other members and even find out how to get involved in gothic fashion and tattoo shows.