Bernie Singles, where “the 1 per cent aren’t the only ones getting screwed,” is a new online dating site where likeminded supporters of the left-wing 2016 democratic presidential hopeful are looking for love — and it’s attracting a few prospects north of the border.
Oshawa’s Brandon Gordon, a freelance videographer and photographer, came across the site when a friend posted the link on his Facebook page as a joke, knowing he was a staunch Sanders supporter.
The Maple Match website allows users to add their name to a waitlist matching dismayed U. voters with interested single Canadians, adding "We'll let you know the next steps soon!
" Officials with Maple Match did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but Chief Executive Joe Goldman told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp that more than 10,000 singles and about 2,500 Canadians had signed up for the website's waiting list as of Tuesday morning. Make dating great again," Twitter user @Rebekah Sage said, playing on Trump's campaign pledge to "Make America great again." "To heck w @Tinder, @Maple Match offers to not leave you thinking 'what did we just do?
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