Looking for love in all the wrong places? Ellen has found some great new dating sites that get right to what you're looking for. Enough clowning around.

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Christopher Giles
194 days ago

I think whatever dating site you choose to pursue - do it carefully.
I feel strongly about the deceptions created by profile pictures. Why do so many people deceive others with their pictures - if they end up meeting someone by gaining interest using that fake pic what will they say when that person doesn't look anything like the picture?
Waste of time.
There is a solution - meeting singles using your webcam
For more information http://www.chatso.com

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hope adams
247 days ago

In online dating, it is imperative to join authentic dating site...reason being, at reliable dating sites, you can count on someone as there those people are available who really wants to find a match for them, like www.datingmadeeasy.net

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Lori Pelar
255 days ago

Hi Ellen (or whomever reads these). I just wanted to let you know that, although I can understand the overall concept for presenting dating sites that pinpoint certain interest groups and the extremes to which some of these sites might go, I was a little disappointed at the fun poked at those with a gluten sensitivity.

You see, I am a celiac. Any gluten that I ingest not only makes me ill, but it physically damages my intestines. My family was less than willing to accommodate my needs which helped lead to the breakup of my marriage. It is also difficult to find someone who is willing to give up gluten for a loved one within the household. So, it makes sense for many of us with a gluten sensitivity to find someone who understands and can cater to our needs.

Going gluten-free is not just a fad; it is a necessity for some. I had a very severe case of celiac disease and bacterial overgrowth of the gut (which often accompanies the disease in severe cases). Cross-contamination in the household was prevalent, and I suffered many years before my family finally (reluctantly) went gluten-free for me.

Perhaps a little more research is necessary before poking fun at people with an allergy or health risk. I know you are not insensitive and are compassionate overall. But this was a failure on your and your team's part to recognize a serious health issue. I think I speak for the gluten-free community for the most part that the humor in this one fell flat for those of us with this serious issue.

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Susan Oberg Jacobvitz
264 days ago

Hi Ellen i've been watching your show today and I saw the comments and your facial expressions about the clown dating service I just want to let you know that professional clown do not put there makeup on like that I've been teaching clowning for 30 years and it just makes me heartsick to think that somebody would look at that and think that's how professional clown look that dating service should have at least hired professional clowns to do the make up for the website The Pisana for clowns. Is taken differently by many people I will tell you that we are the laugh makers of the world and A smile is music to your soul I have taken this profession very seriously and have done many wonderful things with my clown her name is fruit she has fruit all over her dress

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Emily Joseph
264 days ago

Hey, gluten free is the way to be :) I know you are one of the least judgmental people on the planet but I think you need to know that some people who are gluten free have celiac disease (like me). Having a boyfriend or girlfriend who is conscious of the disease and/or follows a gluten free diet may be necessary for our health. There is so much more to being gluten free than not eating bread. Rather than have your boyfriend or girlfriend brush their teeth after they eat gluten or live with the feeling of getting sick, if both partners are gluten free (at least for the majority of the time) life will be easier and healthier.

I'm not saying I would sign up for the website, but maybe for some gluten free people this is a way for them to still live a "normal" life. Think about it! xo

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