For those seeking single men in the US, this can only be good news: there are many, many millions to choose from.

Indeed, for those who’ve tried and failed to find the right man offline, internet dating can provide a great alternative.

After the braces come off and the acne clears up, you're left with a smart, nice-looking man who on some level will always feel extremely grateful to have a girlfriend. So, read a couple of good science-fiction books -- or just rent The Lord of the Rings. If you want to find a nice, laid-back guy, go to a bar that has sawdust on the floor and bowling trophies on the walls.

In short, it is because we believe that true compatibility is about more than just liking someone’s profile picture.

We focus on matching those we think will be suited to each other on every level, something we achieve by really getting to know our members via our in-depth personality test.

" says an exasperated 32-year-old Newark, New Jersey, panelist for Answerology.com, a Web site that aims to bridge the communication gulf between the sexes. Acting classes are filled with gorgeous nymphets and men who make great shopping buddies.

With the help of Answerology creator Matt Milner, we've asked men from around the country to tell us where the heck they are—and the easiest ways to meet them! Your average stand-up class, on the other hand, is a festival of testosterone.

This makes online dating ideal for those who desire true compatibility, right from the start.

Of course, there are a number of reputable dating sites out there – so what makes Elite Singles special?

The result: She met tons of smart, funny and fascinating... Because contrary to popular opinion, men are out there.

"Here's a little-known fact: One out of every two people is a guy!

On the other hand, a nice middle manager (during the day) indulging in some innocent rock-star fantasies (by night) could be just the ticket. ' You'll learn about his path of life so far, including education and goals," says Nina Atwood, author of Be Your Own Dating Service: A Step-by-Step Guide to Finding and Maintaining Healthy Relationships (Henry Holt, 1996).