The dating game that is online. Brandon Gerbig and Ashley Jung met beneath the warm radiance of computer displays.

The dating game that is online. Brandon Gerbig and Ashley Jung met beneath the warm radiance of computer displays.

Ashleigh Mattern, For The StarPhoenix 09.06.2014

Richard Marjan / The StarPhoenix

Internet dating is more popular than ever before.

Vancouver-based PlentyofFish (PoF) reports a lot more than 3.5 million individuals log into its web site every ask around, and you’re sure to find someone you know who has found at least a date online — if not a spouse day.

Brandon Gerbig of Saskatoon came across his girlfriend online after investing six or seven months on PoF and OkCupid. He came across 4 or 5 other females that she was a “nerd in your mind. Before he came across her profile, which talked about” To capture her interest, he delivered her a test asking questions regarding nerd tradition.

“That caught her attention sufficient that she messaged me personally right right back, and we also went for coffee, ” he stated. They’ve been together now for longer than 2 yrs.

Within the days that are early Gerbig says they felt a necessity to lie on how they met, but as online dating sites gets to be more appropriate, that social stigma is vanishing.

“When we started dating, we very nearly had a force to help make up a tale which wasn’t, ‘We came across on the web, ’ but today, it is changed enough in 2 years that we’re just fine saying we came across on line, ” he said. Continue reading