The guy judged me for yawning and put two more beers in front of me—then he guilt-tripped me for 'making him come out of his way to meet for such a short date.' A few days later—when I hadn't responded to any of his texts or Tinder messages—he texted me and called me out for being 'that rude type of girl who ghosts men for no reason.' Ew." -Shauna, 23"I used to use Ok Cupid, and guys who were way older than me would always message me weird things (one actually propositioned me for a sugar daddy situation). Then he made a big deal about telling me his, which was 50 points higher. He also told me that he got a soccer scholarship at the school where I work, but decided to go to a different college. DENIED with an SAT score waaaaay below what he'd told me!
" -Jessi, 25"I had one guy bring his entire office to our first date because they had an office pool going about how it would go and didn't trust him to be honest.
“I met a girl who described herself as a 24-year old woman who’s blonde.
The conversation was terrible, but I noticed she was taking the chicken fingers and ripping them up in her hands and putting the breading in her huge purse. She smiled and said, ‘Oh, I’m just feeding Sammy,’ and pulled out a fat chinchilla from her purse. Turns out I was on a date with the guy’s roommate.” 3.
She plopped the thing in the middle of the table, and it just kinda chilled out. “I got to know a nice gal for a few weeks before we decided to meet up for a hiking date.
I was mortified, so I blocked them—it was the first thing I could think to do." -Veronica, 22"After chatting on Tinder for a couple of weeks, I decided to grab drinks with this guy at a local bar. I'm sorry, but implying I'm a prostitute is going to get you nowhere." -Emily, 22"Once a guy insisted that I tell him my SAT score when I was talking about my job in college admissions.
I was a few beers and a couple hours in when I decided to call it a night. I thought that was super weird and didn't want to, but he kept asking so I finally told him.
Blame it on human nature, but people don't always tell the truth in their profiles.
If you're going to be stuck with a psycho for two hours during dinner, you're probably not going to know until your face-to-face and it's too late. Yet, even though we know plenty of couples who wound up in a serious relationship — or got hitched — from a cyber-dating experience, not everyone is so lucky in love. In fact, according to Statistic Brain, compiled research from an MSNBC survey suggests that a whopping 40 million single folks in the U. are using online dating sites as a vehicle to find companionship. You can surf for a Friday night date while sitting behind your desk on a Monday afternoon.Dating is messy enough as is, but the Internet complicates it even more.(How can you definitely know who a person is before you meet them IRL? Etc, etc.) These 15 stories of online dating disasters will feed your biggest paranoias. “We met at a local pub for a few drinks, and we got chicken fingers.If you watch any type of television, you've probably sat through the many e Harmony or commercials boasting their Cupid-like reputations for linking people together.