LOMA LINDA, Calif. — Recognizing the big bucks to be made in ultra-niche online dating dating sites, Loma Linda centenarian Edith Greenely has taken a break from her day job of self-defense instruction to build an online dating platform called TarryNot.
She calls the online dating hub “a reputable place where centenarian vegetarians otherwise known as Seventh-day Adventist, can meet their special friend.”
Greenely said she got the idea for TarryNot from her great-great-great-grandson who kept complaining that there was no one for him on AdventistMatch. “I told him that if he was having trouble meeting Adventists online, I was a goner. I had to build something for folks in my league.”
The 112-year-old quickly went about finding another tech-savvy family member to set up the site and run free trials with local centenarian Adventists. Satisfied that TarryNot worked, Greenley launched it for general membership.
She has only one strict rule for members: “Only upload current pictures of yourself. No sneaking in younger pics from your 90s. That’s not playing fair.”