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iLove Apples! “Cupidtino” slings eros your way

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All you need is Apple? Dating Site Cupidtino slinging Eros

Are you in love with your iPhone? iPad? iPod and MacBook? Got an Apple decal on your Prius? Do you dream in color about Steve Jobs? Step right up: The hot new dating site Cupidtino is just right for you.

Highly specific dating site, Cupidtino unites Apple lovers

Today Apple fanboys and fangirls who are wild about all things Apple can meet, greet, flirt with and cross-pollinate with kindred souls. As word about the new Apple fanboy site spreads, the San Francisco-based site is enjoying fast, hearty success with 30,000 members.


appleFree Apples? Sound tempting?

What is the price to play? Free. Apple lovers who merely want to exchange messages pay nothing. However, signing up to actually play in the fray is less than $5.00 a month. Their sales pitch, “Our membership costs the same as a venti Mocha but lasts longer than 20 oz.”  Want to get in the game? Anyone can buy an iPhone for $49 today and play with other Apple lovers. Reliable Rumors have it free iPhones will soon  be given away. That’s right, free. See TOS small print regarding a pesky two-year contract.

Comparing Apples and oranges

Internet dating giants like Match.com and Eharmony cost about $30 and $50 a month, respectively. The time it takes to sign on, sign up, complete questionaires, write profiles and pithy answers to mudane questions can take hours. Cupidtino asks one question, “What Apple products do you use?” That sounds like a quick trip to iRomance. Why not? Take a look and see what tempts you.

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“Why do we need so many kinds of apples? Because there are so many folks. A person has a right to gratify his legitimate taste. If he wants twenty or forty kinds of apples for his personal use … he should be accorded the privilege. There is merit in variety itself. It provides more contact with life, and leads away from uniformity and monotony.
” — Liberty Hyde Baily

San Francisco Dating@50 Examiner Page Larkin welcomes your feedback, questions and queries at page.larkin@gamil.com

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