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I am not sure of the etiquette involved yet I am somewhat uncomfortable and do not look upon this as healthy, please give me your views.

As for me being here on this site, I have been a member of this site for a few years now and log on strictly for the forums, some of them are hilarious and others thought provoking, thanks to all of you who post.

How does this news jibe with your experience on Facebook?

Have you used any of the dating applications on or off of the site?

Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.

Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...

Below are the main features of this dating application: By the way, you can’t review who you have flirted or whom you have sent messages to.

Check out Compare HOTNESS You can search online Facebook members, send messages to those you like, or add those you like as Facebook friends.

You can flirt a friend in an anonymous way or in a public way.

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Hi all, last night I logged onto facebook to check it out and discovered that my girlfriend of 18 months is using the application "are you interested" and telling people that she is interested in them, she has even sent "cherries" to a party that she is interested in. Is her flirting online harmless or is it an indication that it takes place in real life- it is flirting nonetheless, behaviour that she would not tolerate from me- being in a relationship with her.

Are You Interested, Facebook’s largest dating app, has more than 13 million registered users, but clearly benefits from viral marketing to the social network’s almost 600 million members.

The app’s parent company, SNAP Interactive, said Are You adds more than 50,000 users a day, while adds 20,000 new users daily, according to an article in The Los Angeles Times.

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