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In a bid to save others from a similar fate, Macdonald, co-founder of literary review website The Omnivore, decided to branch out into a dating service that matches couples according to their tastes in books.Now those who want to find others who are knowledgeable about the books and topics they're passionate about can do so on the site.Upon signup, users can fill out four categories of information, plus add a photo and tagline: Although there's room for other information, the emphasis is entirely on books.” While some of the answers are arguably less cringe-inducing than their mainstream online dating equivalents, others read like submissions to Private Eye’s Pseuds Corner.Meet 30-year-old Richard from London, who when asked which book he would give someone he was trying to impress responds: “I’m about to give Umberto Eco's Foucault’s Pendulum to a girl who reads Dan Brown novels...