Tickle by emode matchmaking and online dating

Links to this site were mass-emailed around the world where you could take a multitude of e-tests.

Personality, Astrology, IQ…anything you wanted, and it was all free! About two years ago, Emode changed their format, not unlike a radio station, to a fun test/dating site.

I paid , but soon realized what they were doing. This former place of self exploration has become a glorified cat-house, where lonely members lie to each other, and are even emailed links that tell you whom to lie to!

The only thing that Emode was doing was “pattern matching” people with like profiles in the same geographical area, then sending messages to the users informing them what members “matched” them. As tickle, all of the good tests were gone, and they were replaced with things about Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Tom Cruise. There were tests still available, but they were about…”What kind of dog are you”, or “Who is your Celebrity Bed-Mate”? A fucking e-whorehouse, Emode has become: (pwn35), because at least it is some what honest. I just wanted to say Hi, and also say that you would probably be surprised at how many women would be interested in you if you broadened your horizons and dated women with children.

Many dating sites keep ambiguous reporting of the size of the membership database.

If memory serves me correctly, several years ago there was a domain

These monthly fees usually range from to 50 dollars.

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Tickle survived the dot-com bubble burst of 2000, became profitable in early 2002, was acquired by Monster Worldwide in May 2004 and became part of the overall Monster network.

In April 2008, it was announced that would be shut down at the end of June 2008, Tickle focused on quizzes and tests for both entertainment and self-discovery.

They offered an IM service and contact with people that they “matched” with your test answers. I was an original member, so I got email updates through this whole 3-year transition.

I bought into this gimmick at first, and thought that it was great. Eventually, that is some time in the last 12 months, tickle became