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February 15, 2011



I love the mango/coconut slider!! What a cool idea. This is really going to help some of us single gals out:)


Thanks for your comment and checking out the site StyleGal! Let us know if you have any ideas!



I agree people are much more open to saying that they met online, but I've noticed South Asians still feel a little weird about it compared to my other friends. Hopefully this changes as more of these type of sites pop up.


I know two couples who met on a dating site and are now married- If I were single, I'd definitely use Two Mangoes!

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