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Another NCMO site

iNCMO.net--what a freekshow. It's even worse than Hotmollys.com.

The guy (and you all know it's a guy) who put the thing together submitted a story about his site a few weeks ago. I didn't want to give him free advertising, but now I figure ... what the hey.

While I'm at it, I feel the need to make one small critique. Whoever's running hotmollys.com is in some serious need of English lessons. And I quote:

Online LDS mormon dating site for eligible singles to meet singles with rating dating, message boards, calendar and contest dating. Hot Mollys online dating service for single eligible lds mormon singles to meet date and rate with message boards and calendar contest chat line dance and party info gospel discussions contests. HotMollys is the BEST source online for LDS singles out there wanting to connect. You will have fun as you browse through our MollyRate where you can rate those on our site anywhere from 1 cow to 10 cows....how many cows are you? Is someone you know registered on the site? Go on Get Your Flirt on.... click here

I'm speechless.

For those of you unfamiliar with the full history of NCMO at BYU, check out ... this column by Eric Snider.

And by the way, what's the deal with LDS dating sites, anyway? It's hard to believe how many are out there. Here's a few I found just now with a google search:

So ... I'm guessing this means there's a lot of single lds people out there?

Internet secrets...

This is a bit off topic, but may shed some light on Hotmollys' bad English. My guess (an educated one) is that said paragraph has a double purpose.

The first purpose is to be stuffed full of keywords for search engines so that Hotmollys shows up when you, a lonely lds person, type in 'lds dating', or 'mormon dating', or 'online dating service', or 'whatever you get the picture'.

The second is to introduce you to the site.

Some people are quite good at combining these purposes so that you don't even notice that the first one exists. The Hotmolly's guy is not so good.

"iNCMO.net--what a freekshow.

"iNCMO.net--what a freekshow. It's even worse than Hotmollys.com.

The guy (and you all know it's a guy) who put the thing together submitted a story about his site a few weeks ago. I didn't want to give him free advertising, but now I figure ... what the hey. "

Who's the guy? Anybody popular in the valley?

What are you talking about

The guy? Read the first submission again:

"The guy (and you all know it's a guy)"

You must have read it wrong.

Is NCMO morally wrong?

I've done it a few times. Is it wrong to NCMO?

I think you're right.

I think you're right.

NCMO

HELLO! IT'S NCMO. incmo.net

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