Posts Tagged ‘1970s dating’

Dating in the ’70s meant more than singles bars

August 8, 2008

I wonder how many people signed up for Compramatics, a Manhattan-based dating service that blended “comprehensive psychological testing, professional counseling, and high-speed computer matching” to help “single, divorced, and widowed men and women” find a mate. 

The ad comes from the March 28, 1970 issue of Cue:

It’s kind of like the 1970s version of eHarmony, with an insanely long list of questions to answer, partially excerpted in the ad.