A few days ago I was sent an email about a new South African based dating site. A few days ago I was not looking at dating as I was rather preoccupied with a retard in tinfoil masquerading as my knight in Shining Armour. So I discarded the email as I am still not ready, but thought I would share this gift with my readers.
So what is The Dating Circle ??
In todays’ fast moving world, it’s becoming rather difficult to meet someone. We are all rushing around 24/7 with work, family and social events, and then not to forget, most of our time in spent online in the Techno world of Social Media. So hence the idea of The Dating Circle was born. It makes sense to combine dating with Technology. The site is based in South Africa so yes you don’t need to chat to/fall in love with someone a million miles away.
So, why choose The Dating Circle?
- Live Chat
- Private Messages
- Unlimited Photos
- Favourite Users
- Free Gifts available to give to other users.
- A safe and secure site
And its affordable :
5 different membership options:
- 7 Days @ R70
- 1 Month @ R140
- 3 Months @ R315
- 6 Months @ R630
- 12 months @ R1260
2 Secure Payment Methods:
So what are you waiting for! Join The Dating Circle and make the circle bigger. Go on check out the site here. http://www.thedatingcircle.co.za
The Dating Circle has kindly offered 3 of my readers a free 3 month subscription to the site. So all you singletons out there give this a try and let me know.
TO WIN you need to tweet this “I would love to make the @TheDatingCircle bigger with @verushka143”
You need to follow both too. Closing date 23 February 2014
About 6 years ago during my adventures in London, I came across a book that I fell in love with, cried and could relate on so many levels. During my move I misplaced the book and then 6 months ago I remembered and had to place a special order for my book which has a rather odd title – For Matrimonial Purposes by Kavita Daswani.
The book is set in two totally different continents in two bustling cities, Bombay and New York. “Anju” is the damsel who we come to love and share her journey as her family in India try to find her a suitable boy to marry. Anju lives in New York. A modern Indian girl who loves drinking cocktails and fashion, but every time she returns home to visit her family she is put through this whole process of meeting suitors. I identify with Anju and often find myself laughing out aloud when I am reading this book.
This book is a must read its light , funny , sad and let’s us each walk away with a glimmer of hope. The following are some of my favourite lines in the book :
- “why aren’t you married yet?”.
- “he looks like he should be on some America’s Most Wanted List”.
- “in your baby pink sari ,you look like a marshmallow .All soft and sweet and fluffy and nothing inside but air.That’s what he wants.
- “I don’t want you to be happy .I want you to be married.”.
- “Beti,the boy destined for you is already born.He is somewhere in the world.We just have to find him.”.
- “First get married ,then do what you want.”.
- “he was just like every other guy I’d known- scared and closeminded.”.
- “I’ve met your soulmate, I’ve met the man you are going to marry.”.
- “we need to be two independent people in this.That’s the only way we can see if its going to work.”.
- “Rohan led me around the nuptial fire and I followed , our karmas cleansed by its warmth, our lives starting anew”.
Join Anju on her quest of finding a husband feel her emotions and never give up hope :).
Ps what are you reading?