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On 21 Mar 2012 at 11:37am Shetland wrote:
So pleased to see this wonderful organisation being promoted on this forum. Where else can my friends find true soul mates with elderly western blokes who can't get a woman the normal way? Why shouldn't these sad old gits meet with women who have to be subservient due to poverty and reduced prospects.
It makes everyone happy, doesn't it.
Bravo webbo
 
 
On 21 Mar 2012 at 2:36pm Dave wrote:
I haven't seen an ad for Russian Cupid but I think all these ads are tailored to target you as an individual, they seem to know what you like.
I keep getting one about Accident claims whichever site I visit, it's getting really bloody annoying
 
 
On 21 Mar 2012 at 6:29pm Svetlana wrote:
I get the pns enlargement mailshots all the time.
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On 21 Mar 2012 at 7:03pm jonnyboy wrote:
Facebook also targets it's adverts. Mine seem mostly to be bladder related. Highlights today include a discreet catheter for men and incontinence pants! The joys of gettlin older.
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On 21 Mar 2012 at 7:15pm Earl of Lewes wrote:
I think Russian Cupid is a wonderful organisation. I had no idea that so many beautiful young women were attracted to overweight, balding, middle-aged men like me. After years of feeling invisible, I've got my mojo back. I'm now living with a lovely girl from Novgorod called Olga.


Only the other week, Olga said that she thought that she and I were soulmates and suggested that we should cement our love with a joint bank account - how romantic is that? She also mentioned something about upping my life insurance - it's so nice to have someone who really cares about me.


I worry about her health though. Every evening, around bedtime, she says that she has a terrible headache and goes to bed early. She seems particularly exhausted when she returns from one of her evening classes in Brighton - I didn't know they finished so late.


So all of you cynics can take a running jump. Olga loves me and says that she "Like big older men more than boys with no money." It's true love, all thanks to the internet.

 
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On 21 Mar 2012 at 8:56pm Paul Newman wrote:
Oh dear thats embarrassing, you lot obviously don`t know that this site tracks your web browsing habits and only shows appropriate adverts. I get invitations to improving evenings of study and sporting events
Clearly your tastes have suggested other needs and aspirations, could have been worse.
 
 
On 22 Mar 2012 at 10:40am Shetland wrote:
However, I am a woman and a feminist so it may have got things a bit wrong.
 
 
On 22 Mar 2012 at 10:59am Deelite wrote:
Gardening and eye-site adverts for me. Entirely appropriate. If you use Google mail and Chrome (as i do) you are constantly signed in to Goolgle so ads are returned to you based upon content of emails sent and received too, and not solely browsing history.
 
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On 22 Mar 2012 at 5:28pm Shetland wrote:
Just saw another one for 'Thai lovelies'. I am an old married woman. My emails and browsing history are uniformly dull.
Webbo - how come these advertisers are allowed to use this site?
 
 
On 22 Mar 2012 at 8:28pm Deelite wrote:
Gawd. I've just got the discreet catheter for men advert too!

Do any 50 year olds need catheters? If not, some ads are not well directed all.

I often get BE Internet ads... which are also misdirected as I already have the BE internet service.

Not had the Russian dating one yet. Maybe googlesyndication.com thinks I am gay... or married perhaps.

Hopefully I'll get adverts for ponds soon as I need some pond plants.


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