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A month or two ago, I decided to take a break from all dating sites/apps for a few weeks.I deleted a few lesser-known apps that I had been using sporadically and I deactivated my profiles on the sites that I figured I’d return to soon, but on POF I couldn’t find a way to do that so I just “hid” my profile.My hatred of Plenty of Fish (aka POF) is so well-documented it wouldn’t even be possible to link to all my past rants about them.If you’re curious, I’ve talked about them in my review of paid dating site upgrades and while I think there are many things wrong with the site, the thing that really set me off about them was when I encountered a racist on their site and they did very little about it. Past columns and submission guidelines are at latimes.com/laaffairs Throwing a line into the cyber-fishing pond for a date on a Friday night is as scary as it is (too) easy. Sure, I was originally hoping to find someone to grow old with, but, if the gods hand you a lemon, make lemon meringue. I’d had a 16-year marriage that ended in divorce six years ago, and my 18-year-old daughter was finally off at college.
This was April 19 and as of May 10, he’s still on the site because POF is horrible.” We laughed heartily, but in my gut I wanted this to be true more than I wanted to admit. I casually checked the site for several months, replying to some, ignoring others and trying not to be devastated by unanswered messages. Lives: Carson.” One profile picture was a selfie with alluring baby blue bedroom eyes that made me suddenly hit the “Send Message” button: “Hi,” I wrote.