e Harmony is experiencing significant growth in Australia, as single Aussies are more and more likely to look online to find that special someone.
Expat forums are filled with questions and concerns on just how to infiltrate the local Dutch circles.
While the internet played hardly any role at all in this respect before 2000, in the years since then 8 percent of couples met each other via a dating site or an online social network.
Partners who meet each other via an online dating site, a dating service or a personal advert were old on average when they met.
For example: four people share the ownership of a plane, boat, car or any other sharable high-end product.
This in order to minimize cost, sharing the same passion for that particular product and to have the maximum usage of this product. Note that a Dutch door is also called a "split" door.