Many fish in the sea dating
It's often said in consolation after a breakup—not that it always helps.
The saying is the basis of the name of an online dating website, (Still doesn’t help.) Often meant to encourage someone who’s just been dumped or needs to get back in the dating scene, the proverb likens the dating field to the sea, brimming with endless fish, or potential, lasting partners that haven’t been caught yet.
We’ve also put together a list of five alternative sites whose waters you can dip your toe in.
) means a single person still has lots of options out there for future partners.
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It can also suggest that someone’s ex wasn’t so special or unique.
(Trust us, they weren’t.) By 1862, the proverb had morphed into its modern form and was established enough to inspire a classic early American popular song from Stephen Foster, “There Are Plenty of Fish in the Sea”: If that’s not your jam (Google it), how about Harry Connick Jr.?
According to Markus, everyone knows at least one person who’s found a match on POF and the site is responsible for over 1 million babies.