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Everyone knows posing with animals increases one’s chance of finding love – so what if these animals include sheep or a very large fish? These are just some of the insights one can glean from the profiles posted on a Russian dating site. In one of the hilarious pictures a woman, who has fashioned a mermaid costume from what looks like an ironed tablecloth, gazes seductively at the camera.
Does this man think that posing with a gun in front of ornamental dogs will detract from his unusual hairstyle?

Food also features in the saucy snaps, with one lady pictured pouring a fizzy drink over her clothes on a riverbank.Another woman goes all out, by donning a bikini to munch on a whole watermelon, an image which she hopes will attract a potential life partner. This Russian gentleman (left) hopes that showing how flexible he is in a children's playground will make a potential partner swoon. One man poses in a Halloween witch's hat, while another looks to be sporting an unusual peroxide blonde mullet.However, the fancy headpiece is actually a dead fox. Towels: This sexy bathroom selfie will surely bag this lady a meet-up with somebody from the dating site?
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These images provide a bizarre snapshot into the worlds of the people looking for love, and even more so – into the particular culture from which they hail.

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