We single geeks know better than anyone how hard it is to locate love in a world full of people who don't know the difference between a targ and a tribble.A dating site just for "Star Trek" fans called Trek takes an extra-personalized approach to helping you find someone Worf falling for.
Saying "qapar Ha'qu" ("I love you") might be rushing it, so start slow with something like "HIgho S" ("Come here") or "n Iteb Ha' mam I' Dane H'a'? ") Steer clear of Klingon idioms such as "Dujeychugh jagh n Iv y Itu HQo" ("There is nothing shameful in falling before a superior enemy") and "gh Ij qet jaghmeyjaj" ("May your enemies run with fear.") That might send the wrong message and end a first date quickly.
If your Klingon is a bit shabby, just be a good listener.
Just if you are male [or] female and what you are looking for," founder Jonathan Bird told Crave.
You can sign up for free and start searching for "Star Trek" singles in your area. You can create a list of favorite singles and send winks to let them know you're interested.
You will receive an email when someone sends you a message, adds you as a favorite or winks at you.
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