He performed: he smiled, he told jokes, he bought drinks and he even tried dancing.
But he failed – he was unrealistic about age and looks, and his dancing was more wobble than wiggle.
"As a woman, I wanted to be romanced by someone who was going to respect my faith and hopefully share it," said past Catholic Match user Kara Cardella.
'Love at first chat' Alexandria was studying in her university library when she decided to create a profile on Catholic
So says Tina Wilson, a Londoner who found after a breakup that her friends were trying to play matchmaker, but that they didn't have any good tools to find someone for her online, reports Mashable.Join the conversation at @WEtv, @MMIH_WEtv and @Shawn_Bullard and use hashtag #Match Madein Heaven. This reality show features an African-American male in search of a wife (ala The Bachelor on ABC).He had never married; no one was good enough to share his money or his life.But, in life’s twilight, he suddenly wanted to find that “special someone” and sprang into action.