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Meet An “These incarcerated female and male inmates are paying a price for crimes they have committed.” You know they're a catch, because the law's already caught them! ” See also, not least for the hilariously bondage homepage picture. Do not be misled by the earlier Muddy Matches site: this is not for people who enjoy long walks so much as it is for fans of the popular science fiction series Star Wars.Makes you wonder if those poor insane women who used to write love letters to Peter Sutcliffe and so on were just ahead of their time. Oh, and the testimonial: “I finally found a wife with the perfect amount of freedoms and rights”, says Ed Williams, client. Only joking, before our servers are bombarded with emails: it's the other one, Star Trek.There are dozens of sordid little sites like this, calling themselves the “Facebook of Sex!!!” or similar, but really what they are is an attempt to be the Gaydar of straight people, as though that could ever work.There are even Second Life embassies (the Maldives have one, weirdly), and, of course, Second Life sex clubs, pornographic theatres, and prostitutes.

Of course, would-be love-seekers in SL suffer the same problem as the digital Casanovas in Wo W: is the lissome beauty/square-jawed hunk really what he/she seems?(No.) So here's a dating site, with real-world pictures and everything, to aid your search for nerdmance.Seek We're not going to link to this one; we're a family newspaper after all.Presumably it is almost exclusively populated by greasy-fingered middle-management types, wearing cheap suits and cheaper cologne, who are caught in the vice-like grip of a midlife crisis.One imagines there must be some women on there too, of course, but it is hard to believe, somehow.This is “the online dating and social networking community for country-minded, or 'muddy', people.” Or, if you like, the internet wing of the Countryside Alliance.