Trek dating

16-Feb-2017 18:19

” That is one of the “flirts” you can send to clingy Klingons on Trekkie Dating, a new dating website for Star Trek fans who wish to “live love and prosper.” Now there’s no need to wait until the official Star Trek conventions to meet your match.It’s free to sign up on trekkiedating.com, make a profile, browse, upload photos, and send “flirty” messages to other singles (the site has a list of both generic and Star Trek-themed flirts).The progression of stardates in script should remain constant but don't worry about whether or not there is a progression from other scripts.

” [the main weapon in the show] “Tell me of this thing you humans call (pause) love.” “Can I tribble you for a chat?Online Connections runs similar niche dating sites for cowboys, bikers, cat lovers, “local goths,” and people who have tattoos (“Ink Dating”). Fanboys and fangirls of the series can try their hand at online dating on these sites, likely without fear of judgement of their pristine DVD collection of the original series or a treasured, mint-condition Spock action figure.But to send longer messages, you must upgrade to a premium membership, which costs .Gregory Anders and Frank Farkas, who work at the site’s parent company Online Connections, shared the best Star Trek lines that users have written to describe themselves: “Nothing seduces me like a man who speaks Vulcan” “Let’s talk over a cup of Raktajino” [Klingon coffee] “Looking for a nerd to call my own” “Searching the galaxy for my Lt.

” [the main weapon in the show] “Tell me of this thing you humans call (pause) love.” “Can I tribble you for a chat?Online Connections runs similar niche dating sites for cowboys, bikers, cat lovers, “local goths,” and people who have tattoos (“Ink Dating”). Fanboys and fangirls of the series can try their hand at online dating on these sites, likely without fear of judgement of their pristine DVD collection of the original series or a treasured, mint-condition Spock action figure.But to send longer messages, you must upgrade to a premium membership, which costs .Gregory Anders and Frank Farkas, who work at the site’s parent company Online Connections, shared the best Star Trek lines that users have written to describe themselves: “Nothing seduces me like a man who speaks Vulcan” “Let’s talk over a cup of Raktajino” [Klingon coffee] “Looking for a nerd to call my own” “Searching the galaxy for my Lt." Millions of users have already signed up, Bird said.