Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) August 04, 2014
Like it or not, the Internet has changed the world, especially the way people meet. People used to rely on relatives, friends or local events to meet new people, but now it's different. Using the Internet, people have far more access to romance, and the easiest way is to be on a dating website.
Speaking of online dating, although nowadays people are quite familiar with it, they hold very different opinions about it. Some people like it, but some don't. Some people trust it, but some don't. The advantages and disadvantages have been long debated over time. Recently, a newly married couple who met on a biker dating site, BikerKiss.com, shared their story on BikerKiss forum, and how their relationship developed along the way.
"It's kinda funny as a matter of fact because joining BikerKiss wasn't actually my intention to start with. It was a whim of a close friend of mine." Judy (BikerKiss username: Judywthegreat) described how it all got started. "But I was on the site only 2 days when Joe (BikerKiss username: Justme012) first emailed me. Then I sent him a message back almost right away. We started to talk on the phone subsequently because neither of us wanted to go back and forth in endless emails. I knew he'd be my guy the very moment I heard his first few words on the phone. It's gotta be magic."
Joe lives in a small town called Jackson Hole in the state of Wyoming where he doesn't have too many friends to share with his enthusiasm about motorcycle. "There aren't many bikers in Jackson, let alone female bikers." said Joe, "My ideal type of girl has always been a biker girl. I was on many biker communities, but none of them seems probable for meeting girls... until I found BikerKiss."
"There were quite some sparks in our first phone call. We knew we hit it off." said Joe, "About two months later we decided to meet. She lived in LA but she wanted to come to Jackson so we can spend sometime riding at Yellowstone. I took her on my pillion and we rode all the way to Yellowstone. We stayed there for 3 days. It was the best 3 days I had ever had in my life."
"We got married at the end of June. It was a wedding that we infused with a lot of motorcycle elements." Judy seemed still a little excited when talking about it. "Because motorcycle is practically what our relationship is built on, from the very start. And of course we want to thank BikerKiss.com. We would've never met each other without this fabulous platform."
"Online dating has made dating much easier. God knows how long it'd take me to find her if I didn't try it." said Joe. "What's more convenient is, now there are dating sites that cater to a specific group, just like BikerKiss is specially for biker singles. My advice for singles who want to settle down is, give online dating a shot. You really would never know what could be waiting outside."
Story source: http://www.bikerkiss.com/