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Miamians Can't Stop Using Online Dating Sites

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Single Miamians are always on the lookout for couple-worthy men or women and their favorite hunting grounds aren't bars, clubs or the beach; it's the world wide web. According to the dating website Match.com, Miami members send more messages than users in any other American city. That's right, you guys can't stop cruising online.

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If everyone in Miami is busy sending messages to total strangers, hoping against the sad, sad odds that they might find their truest of true loves (or at least a soul mate for the night), then you all have inboxes full of messages from randos. And we here at Cultist want to read those messages. So send us the best, the worst, the funniest or the most disgusting messages you've ever received. Whether it's Tinder, OkCupid, JDate, or (gasp) Ashley Madison, it doesn't matter.

Seriously.

Email them to us at cultist@miaminewtimes.com or tweet us @CultistMiami. We can't wait to read them.

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