"We especially noticed that from November - as we all know, Thanksgiving - all the way through New Year, members had been gaining weight and sort of letting themselves go," managing director Genevieve Maylam said.So the site dumped 5,000 subscribers who, they say, overindulged.

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"I think it's kind of actually scary that they would kick off people because they packed on a couple pounds over the holidays," Salmonsohn said. Chemistry's such a mysterious thing." "I think the physical aspect is definitely not number one for me," Prospect Heights resident Tracy Copeland said. were kicked out, nearly double any other country, because the folks who run the Web site say Americans pig out more than anyone else during the holidays.

"It's a part of it, but I don't think I should log on to and actually find someone to date." Those behind Beautiful make no apologies and say what their site lacks in political correctness, it makes up for in honesty.

The founder of the site explained this move saying, “As a business, we mourn the loss of any member, but the fact remains that our members demand the high standard of beauty be upheld.

Letting fatties roam the site is a direct threat to our business model and the very concept for which Beautiful was founded.” While this whole thing smacks of a publicity stunt—just like I don’t believe Warren Beatty slept with 13,000 women, I don’t believe that this rinky dink dating site has 5,000 members who so obviously gained weight over the holidays—but if it’s true, pretty horrifying.

Beautiful is an ultra PC online dating site where only the mega-hot are allowed to post profiles.

In order to get listed, members go through a rigorous rating period whereby site managers inspect their pictures and determine whether they’re gorg enough to join the club.

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