Here is one of each, in that order:
1. How About We... - the first-date process circa 2010- via today's New York Times
"The entrepreneurs, both 31, are former charter-school teachers who practiced meditation in India and taught at meditation retreats in the United States. They did not set out to track the dating habits of New Yorkers, let alone suggest that there could be a collective dating unconscious. They simply wanted to create a new kind of dating site where members could demonstrate who they are, not with personal essays and awkward messages, but by proposing dates that begin with the words: 'How about we. ...' "
2. Would you be mad if dot com. - http://wouldyoubemadif.com/
"Sometimes we all have a tendency to get mad at a boyfriend or girlfriend or parent or sibling or boss or random dude walking down the street, when maybe our anger is less than justified. And other times we are a little too willing to forgive and forget. Either way, too often it’s too hard to tell just how angry we should be…
This predicament got us thinking: Wouldn’t it be great to have a jury of our peers to tell us to settle down or to tell us to get a little more pissed?
Would You Be Mad If…? is designed to supply that jury of peers. You tell us what you’re mad about. We post it. Everyone votes. Democratic emotions. Awesome."
3. Cheek'd - the latest trend on the online dating scene - http://www.cheekd.com/
"Because sometimes it's better to let a card do the talking for you, Cheek'd provides members with a deck of 50 cards, each bearing a flirtatious comment to charm and pique the curiosity of your intended (see Collection). Also on the card, is your unique code linked to a private online profile that you've created. With card in hand, the object of your affection can enter your unique code at cheekd.com, learn more about you and send you a message. Privacy protected and missed connection averted."
Thanks Doug/Rob/Erica, respectively