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Meet the Loneliest Single Ever

Did you hear the story about the whale that traveled more than 6-thousand miles searching for a mate?!  The poor female whale swam from the Atlantic Ocean all the way to the Indian Ocean in hopes of finding that special whale. Scientists are amazed by this feat, but I'm kinda sad. I started to wonder if this particular whale had tried on-line dating.  Wouldn't that be better then schelpping all the way around the world looking for someone to swim around with for the rest of her life?  I want to help this poor thing find true love so I'm going to help create her profile. The big question is which website should this whale (named Natalie) should use. I guess we could go with E-Harmony, but there are so many questions on that site I may not really know if Natalie's perfect Thanksgiving includes having sweet potatoes instead of mashed potatoes. Next I thought J-Date might work, but then I found out Natalie is not a Jewish whale. After a little more searching, I found the perfect site: Plenty of Fish.  Okay, I know Natalie is a mammal, but it's got a water theme and I think that might work. So I've been working on Natalie's profile and here's what I've come up with: Name: Natalie Whale Body type: Big boned Likes: Enjoys water activities, but hates lying on the beach!  Attrached to guys named Jonah. Dislikes: Japanese fisherman and captains named Ahab. Ideal first date: Light swim across the ocean, scare a few boaters and about 4,000 pounds of plankton for dinner. Favorite bands: Moby, Phish Favorite movies: Titanic, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Poseidon Adventure (the 1972 version with Ernest Borgnine and Shelley Winters), Ocean's 11 and The Breakfast Club. Short paragraph explaining yourself:  I'm a sassy whale with a lot of stamina.  After all, I traveled more than 6000 miles looking for Mr. Right!  However,  I'm not desperate.  I'm just picky. There may be whales a lot younger then me, but I'm smart and independent.  Choose me and I'll never ask you to stop at a gas station to get directions because I've pretty much been everywhere!

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Thank you for another great article. Where else could anyone get that kind of information in such a perfect way of writing? I have a presentation next week, and I am on the look for such information.
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