By the way, that tagline's totally not fair to say because plenty of city folks like me were once country bumpkins themselves. But listen, I get it. When a friend told me about the dating site recently as a joke, I thought it sounded hilarious, sure, but I was also intrigued. One of the many types of men I've always thought would make a great match for me is a nice southern boy, the kind who looks hot in a plaid shirt, plays guitar, and loves his mama more than sweet tea. Why is he chewing wheat?
FarmersOnly.com founder on why rural Americans need their own dating site
Farmer Dating Website Commercial - Farmer dating site commercial personality
D ating a farmer is no joke. Just ask Jerry Miller, founder of FarmersOnly. But Miller is thrilled when people stumble on his delightfully goofy commercials for the site. These days, he can rattle off the celebrities that have gently poked fun at the site and its advertisements from Ellen Degeneres to Carrie Underwood to Carmelo Anthony. Miller, who works in agricultural marketing, got the idea to start the dating service when he kept meeting lonely farmers through his work. Living in a rural area where the nearest neighbor is miles away and everyone knows each other does not leave a lot of dating options.
'FarmersOnly' Dating Site Connects Singles in the Country
It only works for fence post size women I'm plus size and no one wants to even be friends All they want is a one night stand. Mom with 2 children, I've always been a "fence post sized woman" and they still usually want one night stands. I'm almost convinced that most men have a hard time "really" getting to know woman they meet because they're too distracted by attraction. Frankly, I think it comes down to respect. If more women had respect for themselves, more men would have to respect women.
A rancher Miller knew went to a singles party at the nearest city and only he told women he was a rancher, they looked at him in confusion. Only everyone turns their nose up at a rancher. App TV shows like the Fabulous Iowa Boys , about a successful couple from the city who gave up their careers to raise goats for milk, can make farming look easy, but the site shift would be difficult for most who were only raised with it.