What could possibly be better for looking for potential mate on your own terms, while kicking back in your PJs?
However, most people who have spent any amount of time "playing the field" can tell you that they have had their fair share of dating horror stories.
Online dating has become one of the= most popular ways to find love these days.
Hiding behind your computer screen in safety and the comfort of your own home is so much easier than dragging yourself out a club or bar trying to be a friendly, personable person.
Long story short, she had set the profile up for her son without his knowledge and was pre-screening potential girlfriends for him!
I was out of there in seconds." –Dana, 23A New Kind of Double Date"Nervous to do try online dating alone, my friend and I signed up together, but on different sites.
He was seriously the perfect catch, so I was pretty psyched.
I walked in looking for him when an older woman approached me.
We each met a guy who asked us out to dinner, and we decided to arrange our dates on the same night at the same restaurant one after the other, so we could take turns watching other from afar.
My date and I seemed to click; after we parted ways, I pretended to go home but instead snuck to a different part of the restaurant to spy on my friend and her date.
It’s almost hard to remember a time when meeting someone online was trés embarrassing — like binge-watching Netflix shows, everyone’s doing it.
And, web-savvy matchmakers have gone far beyond just narrowing down queries to height requirements or zip codes.
People lie about who they are or what they look like, and it's just the beginning of the awful experiences you're bound to encounter with trying to meet someone through a dating website.