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Finally: an honest dating website

Hollywood has a lot to answer for, constantly presenting ideas of 'the one', things always ending happily and the right people ending up together by the end of the film.

Sadly, real life dating doesn't always end up with a good result, despite what numerous dating sites promise, with their lavish adverts showing beautiful people desperate to talk to you.

Well, finally there's one which is going to cut through the crap and force you to face up to the truth that anything - even someone who is distinctly average or the polar opposite of you in every way - is better than ending up on your own, surrounded by cats and a crushing feeling of loneliness.

This brilliant video for parody website Settling.com details its highly effective selection method of simply pairing you with the nearest member. It's not great, but it's better than nothing eh?

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