' a man notes, while chowing down on his ketchup-covered dog, while one hot dog vendor gives in to the positive feedback, saying: 'OK, I'm open-minded, if people want it, sure we'll have it. ” is what my reader asked me, hesitant to put any more money into online dating sites with foreign singles that didn’t deliver. Still, with almost 200 comments and going strong, plus constant emails asking me about my Anastasia Date review (did you really try the site? From Anastasia Date: “Founded in 1993 by a Russian-American couple, Anastasia Date was among the first enterprises of its kind and now has a membership of over 1,000,000, with more than 80 million online visitors annually and 1.5 million letters exchanged onsite daily.”Demographics: Female members range from the age of majority to generally the 45-year old mark, although there are older women on the site, I only encountered gals under 30.One slightly disheartened man laments the fact that he 'can't finish it now that it has ketchup on it', while his hot dog-eating friend begs the people around him: 'Don't tell my dad about this!
The video, which was created by Heinz in honor of National Hot Dog Day, aims to prove to the people of Chicago that there are exceptions to this very strict rule - which appears to be ingrained in the culture of the city.As well, most written correspondence requires some translation, and Anastasia Date includes this in their fee breakdown.As well, they operate on a credit system: 10 credits equals either sending OR reading a letter, and it’ll cost you one credit per minute of chat, or video chat for two credits per minute.'You don't put ketchup on a Chicago hot dog, ever,' one man tells the camera, while chowing down on a dog.Another woman adds: 'To put ketchup on a hot dog is just absurd to me.' That certainly doesn't mean that Chicagoans like to enjoy their sausage-and-bun combo without any toppings - quite the opposite in fact.