Long Island Man Arrested For Harassing Ex, Posting Her Info On Prostitution Websites

Long Island Man Arrested For Harassing Ex, Posting Her Info On Prostitution Websites

A 23-year-old man named Thomas Traficante was not very happy that he and his girlfriend broke up. So what did this dude do? Well he completely terrorized her and even her sorority — so much so that the police got involved.

It all kicked off when Traficante sent his ex-girlfriend and 12 of her Sigma Kappa sorority sisters a threatening message. “It’s [sic] not safe out there tonight kappas [sic],” the message read. Traficante wasn’t done as he then sent this message the next day:

“Glad [sic] you all mostly took my advice last night, but moving it forward one night doesn’t make kappas [sic] or their dates any safer. I mean no harm, im [sic] not the threat, but harm is coming.”

Traficante even sent a message that read, “I’m in the house.” Police were informed and Traficante was arrested and charged with cyberstalking and threats.


But Traficante did a lot more than just send creepy messages. He also sent his ex-girlfriend some cocaine and then alerted campus police at the State University College at Geneseo in hopes of getting her arrested. This creep also posted his ex’s info on a bunch of prostitution websites, and because of that she received dozens of calls from dudes looking for sex.

After he was arrested, the FBI found a semiautomatic AR-15 during a search of his home, and now federal prosecutors will try to make the case in court that Traficante is both dangerous and likely to flee if released on bail.


18 Common Dating Tips That Are Actually The Worst


18 Common Dating Tips That Are Actually The Worst

This list is one of those glorious happy accidents that the Internet sometimes graces us with. We've gathered some of the world's worst dating tips for women, and compiled them in one place. After stumbling upon this majestic list of terrible dating advice, we realized that it was too good not to share. We could have edited it fully, and made it into something that somewhat resembles sage dating wisdom, but some of these tips are pure gold on their own.

Below, you'll find fun dating tips, such as, "Men Are Like Lions!" "Be Proportionally Considerate!" and "How to Give Merry-Go-Round," which sounds dirty, but totally isn't. If you're looking for the worst dating advice for women on the world wide web, you've come to the right place.

Vote up your favorite terrible pieces of dating advice for women, and let us know what you think in the comment section.


Florida Man Jumps Off Bridge To Get Away From His Crazy, Drunk Girlfriend

Florida Man Jumps Off Bridge To Get Away From His Crazy, Drunk Girlfriend

Usually when you’re riding around in your car with your girlfriend and the phrase “jerked it” is involved, it means it was probably one of the best rides of your life.

Unfortunately for one Florida man, that was not the case Tuesday. In fact, pretty much the exact opposite happened to the poor bastard.

According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the man and his girlfriend were driving across a bridge spanning the Intracoastal Waterway in Jupiter when she suddenly began “striking him” repeatedly. She then “grabbed hold of the steering wheel and jerked it, causing the car to slam into the concrete barrier separating traffic and come to a stop.”


Wanting no more of the “There is no Dana, only Zuul” treatment, the dude…wait for it…jumped off the bridge and swam to a nearby park to escape her wrath. Police arrived on the scene a short while later and backed up the notion that the man’s girlfriend was a fucking nut job, so she was taken into custody and hauled off to jail.

No word as to what the guy has been doing since his girlfriend has been in the clink, but our guess is that he’s been on an epic bender ever since to celebrate his newfound freedom.

21 Top Tinder Finds That We Found Funny

21 Top Tinder Finds That We Found Funny




18 Supremely Cringy First Date Horror Stories

18 Supremely Cringy First Date Horror Stories


You probably swapped as many pretty awful first date horror stories with your friends as potential mates you've swiped left on Tinder. When it comes to horrible first dates, they're no different than taxes or puberty: everyone hates them, but everyone's gotta get through them. Thankfully, the very worst first dates often become hilarious stories in hindsight, though some remain complete terrors even years after the fact. Plus, many horrible first dates provide you excellent excuses to end a creepy-ass date before it goes too far. The people of Reddit shared their worst first dates and they definitely do not disappoint. You might have thought you had a date from Hell, but did you ever date somebody who claimed to know the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse? Didn't think so.

Dating Apps Use 'Fake Sexy Girls'To Dupe Thousands Of Men, Hundreds Arrested

Dating Apps Use 'Fake Sexy Girls'To Dupe Thousands Of Men, Hundreds Arrested


Have you been one of the countless souls perusing the realms of online dating recently? Apps like Tinder certainly have their downsides, but at least you know you’re talking to a real person, right?

Thousands of people men in China haven’t been so lucky. Not only is it being reported that singles there were talking to robots, but they were also allegedly conned out of millions of dollars in the process.

Police closed down apps associated with 21 companies, arresting more than 600 people across 13 Chinese provinces including Shanghai and Beijing.

The reason? It was discovered the apps had robots posing as hot women, women meant to lure men into spending their cold hard cash.


Police in southern Guangdong province began investigating in August 2017, after suspecting one app of fraudulently charging visitors to view pornographic videos which did not exist.

Further investigation found that technical personnel from at least one company had created fake “sexy girl” accounts. They wrote computer programs which generated greeting messages and compliments from fake accounts, and targeted these at newly registered users.

“They solicited gifts and posted other messages to lure the user into spending money, and thus illegally generating profit,” the police report reads.

Tens of thousands of people are believed to have been victimized by the smart software, costing a total around $154 million.



So basically these companies created some fairly nifty apps that had men sign up by the truck load and very few women. In order to keep interest high (for the dudes), the companies created robot women to interact with the men. After all, you can’t lose clientele. Then they took it up to eleven by luring the men into spending their money simply to talk to these robots. Clever. Shameless. And stupid.

Fellas, Rule No. 1 in the dating world: make sure she’s real before you spend money on her.

Rule No. 2: Don’t let her know you have money.

God speed.




53 Women Share Things Men Write On Their Dating Profiles That Are INSANT Deal-Breakers

53 Women Share Things Men Write On Their Dating Profiles That Are INSANT Deal-Breakers

Consider this a comprehensive course on what NOT to do when it comes to the wild world of online dating.

Woman Plans to Marry Tetris After Failed Relationship With Calculator

Woman Plans to Marry Tetris After Failed Relationship With Calculator


A 20-year-old mathematics genius is planning to marry her new boyfriend, following the breakdown of her previous relationship.

That all sounds pretty reasonable until you learn that her last relationship was with a calculator named Pierre, whose buttons she delighted in licking, and she's currently planning to marry a copy of Tetris.

Credit: Mercury Press

Noorul Mahjabeen Hassan identifies as an objectum sexual. For the uninitiated, that means she fancies objects and has previously had the hots for monorails, GPS systems and iPods.

The maths student from Orlando, Florida, prefers to go by the name of Fractal Tetris Huracan - because why not? - and started a relationship with the popular '80s puzzle game back in September.

She enjoys nothing more than surrounding herself with Tetris memorabilia at home and hopes to marry the game once she graduates from her course in two years' time. Priorities.

Fractal also claims to enjoy a physical relationship with Tetris, by using an assortment of Tetris-themed objects, including a hard-drive and a Tetris cushion.

Credit: Mercury Press

"It started when I would play this game called Smash Run and I would hear the Tetris theme and I thought it was nice. Every time I heard it I would want to play Tetris," she said.

"All I did was play this game and kept thinking I want to play Tetris.

"I think Tetris is so beautiful, he is about perfection and he stimulates your mind. Physically I get that feeling that people in relationships get - that you know they are the right one.

Credit: Mercury Press

It's probably worth mentioning at this point that fractal is only attracted to objects she perceives as male, and stresses that objectum sexual is a sexual preference as opposed to a fetish.

"I want to make clear there is a big difference," she explained.

"A fetish is sexual whereas objectum sexual is more romantic. You have actual feelings and feel like you emotionally connect with the objects, I've never been attracted to humans."

Credit: Mercury Press

Before she became romantically involved with Tetris, Fractal was in a committed relationship with her calculator, Pierre, and says his buttons were one of his most attractive features.

"I loved touching his buttons - the feel of his buttons and track pad. I loved running my finger over that and I used my tongue to touch his buttons.

"I liked generating random numbers and multiplying them.

"It was very much an intellectual relationship as well. He's a calculator - how could it not be?"

But nowadays, Fractal only has eyes for Tetris and it's only a matter of time before the couple tie the knot.

Credit: Mercury Press

"I want to say I'm married to Tetris and have a legitimate ceremony with friends. I want everybody to be there. I feel like that would be an official thing which would set it in stone and say 'I love you and want to prove it to you' by making it permanent and calling myself Mrs Tetris."

Fractal's relationships may be unconventional to say the least and her family struggle to understand, but she fails to see the problem, arguing that she is doing nobody any harm.

"I am not doing anyone or anything any harm. What is the issue? They think it's weird but I ask them to give me one good reason why I shouldn't date Tetris and they can't."

Well, can't really argue with that I suppose.

10 Confusing Tinder Conversations That Prove Love Is Unpredictable

10 Confusing Tinder Conversations That Prove Love Is Unpredictable



Never Forget: These Are The Unexpected Things People Learned From Past Relationships

Never Forget: These Are The Unexpected Things People Learned From Past Relationships




10 Dating Geniuses That Know A Thing Or Two About Lovin'


10 Dating Geniuses That Know A Thing Or Two About Lovin'

Everyone needs to up their game. These are the true dating geniuses putting us all to shame.

1. It's all a numbers game.


2. Hard to say no to all of this.


3. This 10 year old is wise beyond her years.


4. Yeah, probably don't drag us out of bed for the stars unless we are SUPER into stars.


5. This person is dating a nerd. Well played.


6. Find someone who "gets" you.


7. The white board knows all.


8. Always carry bags of chocolate on you.

Thunder Dungeon

9. Remember, you are always your backup plan.


10. If all else fails...

Woman Accused Of Causing $300K In Damage On First Date

Woman Accused Of Causing $300K In Damage On First Date -

Authorities say an intoxicated Dallas woman on a first date with a prominent Houston trial lawyer caused at least $300,000 in damage to his art collection, including two Andy Warhol paintings. Lindy Lou Layman was arrested Saturday on criminal mischief charges after her date with Anthony Buzbee. Prosecutors say Buzbee told investigators that the 29-year-old Layman got too intoxicated on their date, so he called her an Uber after they returned to his home. She allegedly refused to leave and hid inside the home, and Buzbee says when he found her and called a second Uber, she got aggressive.

Authorities say she tore down several paintings and poured red wine on some, as well as threw two $20,000 sculptures. The damaged Warhol paintings were each valued at $500,000. Per the Eagle, if criminal mischief results in damage of more than $300,000, it's considered a first-degree felony, which is punishable by up to life in prison. "It's not the first time I've had guests at a party of mine over-imbibe," Buzbee told the Texas Lawyer, via the Eagle. "Most leave when you ask them. She didn't." He says Layman also ripped down a Monet and Renoir, but those pieces weren't damaged. Layman, who has worked as a freelance court reporter, per her LinkedIn profile, was released on $30,000 bond.







Guy “Accidentally” Posts NSFW Public Snapchat Showing How Tinder Date Is Going

Guy “Accidentally” Posts NSFW Public Snapchat Showing How Tinder Date Is Going -


Oh man! What a classic mixup here. The dude scored a Tinder date with a miracle hail mary of a pickup line and probably ruined any chance at a second one after blasting his business (literally) on his story.

Side note – his friends are really the dicks here for screenshotting the story and posting it on the internet.

At least he got dressed up for the date…

Here is how the Tinder convo went down and what started it all. Let me just say this real quick, if Tinder was around 5 years ago… I might be dead. The amount of effort that it seems to take to get “dates” aka hookups seems ridiculous. Cat puns?!

COME ON MAN! I can’t be mad though, it’s working for him.

He got the date and of course had to update his boys on how it was going. The best place to group chat these days is Snapchat. It is like WhatsApp but the messages all disappear at the end of 24 hours.

Unless you “accidentally” hit mystory and not the group. We have all done that before…

The date was going so well he didn’t go back on his phone to see how his buddies liked the pic until the morning. So that story got seen by a LOT of people.

Including his Mom.

His friend posted the pic on Twitter with the text and pics” Well… That was easy. Take notes Tinder users. LMFAO”

Here is the pic.

I am sure this was an “accident”…



11 Online Dating Horror Stories (Plus Tips To Avoid These Situations)

11 Online Dating Horror Stories (Plus Tips To Avoid These Situations)

Friends love to talk about bad dates as if they’re swapping spooky campfire stories of singledom. It goes something like: “He asked her if she enjoyed anal… and never heard from her again. Muahahaha!” The truly horrible online dating stories spread from person to person until they’re eventually immortalized on the internet.

Below, we’ve picked out the best of the worst of online dating: the cheaters, the chumps, and the chillingly bad dates. Reading through these crazy and gross anecdotes ought to make you feel better about your own love life — because, hey, it could be worse.

1. Naughtynurse99’s Date Puts a Foot in His Mouth

Fetishes often come up among online daters because it’s an anonymous and sexually charged dating arena. One guy, however, took his foot fetish to incredibly inappropriate levels on his movie date with Naughtynurse99.

Naughtynurse99 is horrified when a foot fetishist gets too forward on the first date.

First, he complimented her feet. Kinda weird, but OK. Then he asked if he could suck on her toes. She told him, “Definitely not.” Finally, he dropped something on the floor, bent down, and tried to put Naughtynurse99’s toes in his mouth. She kicked at him and left. All in all, he didn’t put his best foot forward on that date.

2. Playing Hide-and-Seek With a Creepy Neighbor Online

My college roommate was texting with someone she met on Coffee Meets Bagel when the conversation turned sketchy. The guy found out they lived in the same area of Fort Lauderdale, and he had a lot of follow-up questions about her exact location. As in, “What street?” and “Do you live alone?” and pretty much the stuff someone asks if they’re planning to rob or murder you. She stopped answering him.

The next day, he said, “I don’t mean to be weird, but I think I saw you getting your mail the other day.” It turns out he lived three doors down. Yikes!

3. Allison’s Date Left Her Alone & Dumbfounded

Allison is a single New Yorker, which means she’s a pretty tough chick. However one extremely rude first date left her reeling and wondering what went wrong. She met a guy at a bar for their first date. They ordered drinks. When his beer arrived, he paid for it, downed it, and ended the date before it’d even really begun.

“He chugged his beer, looked me up and down, said, ‘Yeah… I can’t do this,’ and left me there.” — Allison, a 24-year-old single

That kind of ego-crushing, jaw-dropping douchery is what many people fear when online dating. It’s too easy for online daters to be superficial jerks to one another. One of my guy friends actually got stood up after driving 40 minutes to meet a girl who just never texted him back. Maybe she was kidnapped on her way to the restaurant. Or maybe she took one look at him and left. Either way, it sucks.

4. A Meth Head Messes With Her Date’s Head

One online dater thought getting in the car of the girl he’d met online was a good idea, but the rest of the date proved him wrong. She started off the date by having an hour-long phone call and screaming about her baby daddy. Hard to imagine, but it got worse from there.

After driving around for a while, she asked her date if it was OK if she smoked for a minute. He assumed she meant she wanted to smoke pot and told her to go right ahead. She dove into the backseat. “Then I hear this popping crackling sound,” he wrote. “I watched a girl do meth.”

This crazy date is an extreme example of why driving with someone on a first date is a horrible idea.

5. The Cold Shoulder: When Good Date Ideas Go Bad

One of my friends had her first Tinder date at an outdoor movie in the park. She packed a little picnic of wine and Cheez-Its to make it extra cute, but her date was totally undeserving of the effort. He chugged the wine immediately and made fun of her for liking Cheez-Its (while eating them by the handful).

My friend’s dream of a date-night picnic turned into a nightmare when her rude date got drunk.

Even worse, he complained about being cold early on in the evening, so she lent him her jacket, which he wore for the rest of the night. After my friend repeatedly hinted that she was cold, the guy wrapped himself like a straight jacket around her. Then he asked her to drive him to his car after the movie. “Where is it?” she asked. He pointed 10 feet away. She took her jacket back, dodged his goodbye kiss, and left him alone with the empty box of Cheez-Its.

6. He Showed Her His Sword Collection. She Showed Him the Door

One anonymous single woman shared a chilling story of a bad date with People.com. She’d been seeing a guy for a while, and she liked him enough to come back to his apartment after one date. A decision she definitely regretted as soon as she stepped inside.

“He had loads of swords and machetes on the wall and decided to hold one to my throat to show me how incredibly strong they were,” she wrote. The story stops there, but I think it’s safe to say she ran out of there without looking back.

7. On a First Date, Two Is Company & Three Is Incredibly Awkward

After three weeks of texting a girl, an anonymous single man got himself a date. He was pretty excited, even arriving half an hour early to get a good table at the Italian restaurant. His heart sank when his date arrived, though — because she wasn’t alone. She’d brought her husband.

“The waitress brings her to my table, and I see another man walking with her. They both sit down — at this point, I’m really confused.” — An anonymous online dater on People.com

Turns out, they were interested in a threesome because the wife wanted to have sex with two men at once. The baffled dater recalled, “I was completely speechless. I had no idea how to reply, so I just got up and walked out of the restaurant without saying a word.”

Tips to Avoid These Situations (#8-11)

Not every bad date is avoidable, but some are. Sometimes it’s just a matter of more carefully vetting who you talk to and agree to meet. Setting standards can help keep the crazies you meet to a minimum. Rushing headlong into a date with a stranger isn’t the best way to avoid bad dates.

If you want to keep a dating horror story from happening to you, we have four tips to help you spot the potential land mines before they blow up in your face.

8. Choose a Legit Dating Site With Verification or Blocking Tools

Every dating site is bound to have a few bad apples. Scammers and scum flock to places where people chat anonymously, but most reputable dating platforms will have ways of verifying or stopping unsavory characters. Zoosk uses photo verification and links accounts with Facebook to add extra transparency and authenticity to its membership. Elite Singles employs a Customer Care team to vet  all dating profiles for authenticity.

Certain dating websites and apps have reputations as safe places to meet non-scummy singles.

Most dating platforms let you block a user who’s bothering you, and some even require any entry fee for anyone seeking to send you a message. The paid communication features on Match.com ensure that everyone who contacts you is truly committed to making a real connection online. Match sets high standards for its membership, encouraging quality, relationship-oriented adults to join so members are less likely to encounter horribly bad dates.

9. Keep Your Contact Information Private & Secure

Make sure you trust someone before sharing your private details. Giving out a little information, like your phone number or a social media handle, could lead to some serious privacy and safety issues down the road.

For instance, if your phone number is linked to your Facebook account, your date can find you and disrupt your social life. Georgieroset used WhatsApp to talk to a guy she met on Plenty of Fish, and he found her friends list and threatened to send them fake nudes of her unless she sent him actual nudes. Not a winning strategy. She threatened to call the cops on him, blocked his number, and changed her privacy settings on Facebook immediately.

“He started reeling off names of people I’m friends with on Facebook, even though I hadn’t told him my last name and we weren’t Facebook friends!” she said. “I was incredibly freaked out.”

10. Have an Escape Route Planned

Don’t trap yourself on a date with someone you don’t know. When planning your date, make sure you have a backup plan in case you have to get out of there fast. It doesn’t have to be an elaborate “someone is in the hospital” phone call. It could just be a simple: “I’m waking up early tomorrow” or “I’m meeting a friend for drinks.”

Daters can prepare to bail out on a first date by not drinking too much and having an alibi ready.

You can even mention ahead of time that you have plans later, so he or she won’t be surprised or try to argue when you cut the date short. Hopefully, you won’t need an excuse to leave, but you should have one prepared, just in case.

11. Always, Always, Always Drive Yourself to a First Date

This should be a no-brainer. You met this person online. Do not get in a car with them until you’ve established some level of trust. As in, you’ve met him or her in person at least once. Sometimes, guys offer to drive because they like to be in control of the date or want to appear gentlemanly, but it’s just not safe or appropriate with someone you’ve met on a dating site or app. At least, not at the beginning.

You don’t have to be paranoid while online, but you should be aware of when your decisions could lead to you being left stranded somewhere — or worse. You never really know what a person is like until you’ve met them. And it doesn’t hurt to take precautions. The first time I let someone I met online drive me somewhere, I took a picture of his license plate and sent it to all my friends. Better safe than sorry.

On the Bright Side, Horrible Dates Make Good Stories

Meeting a total stranger on a date is a bit of a coin toss. You don’t know how it’s going to turn out until you’re there, desperately watching the clock and exchanging grimaces with your waiter. Sometimes, you can see the warning signs or make a quick escape before it goes from uncomfortable to horrifying — but not always. After you survive the bad date, though, you usually come away with a good story to tell your friends.

Our seven online dating horror stories showcase the worst-case scenarios online daters absolutely dread. However, it’s important to realize that these cautionary tales are the exception and not at all typical for most people mingling online.

Don’t let the creepiness or cruelty of some of some of these stories dissuade you from joining a dating site. It’s still the best and quickest way to meet available dates! You can use our dating tips (and a little common sense) to avoid online dating disasters and have an enjoyable time. Good luck!

15 Women Share Their Dating Profile Deal Breakers

15 Women Share Their Dating Profile Deal Breakers





Dude Who Loves Super Heroes Goes Completely Insane On Girl “Who Led Him On”

Dude Who Loves Super Heroes Goes Completely Insane On Girl “Who Led Him On”


If you love super heroes as much as this dude you would probably blow up on some chick like this! I mean, how dare she respond in an untimely matter and not want to date!

In what starts as an innocent convo quickly turns into an all-out meltdown! All over some homework.

Who knows maybe this will turn into a weird love story where her BF gets mysteriously killed and they become lovers.

The top comment on the thread sums up this whole convo perfectly: “highschool drama. I don’t miss that shit at all.”

Nothing crazy yet… Just some classmates talking about homework and the flash.

Reaching a little bit here but I will allow it. Still not that crazy. Just a fan of super heroes! What could be next?

Boyfriend! Ah snaps! It is over. But might as well take one more shot!

Damn Joe…

'Nice Guy' Freaks Out After Girl Rejects His Request For Sex

'Nice Guy' Freaks Out After Girl Rejects His Request For Sex



Online Dating Woes: 8 Most Common Tinder Horror Stories

Online Dating Woes: 8 Most Common Tinder Horror Stories

Whether you’re looking to hook up or find a real match, here are some of the inevitable weirdos you’re destined to meet while using Tinder!

Regarding the famous *or should I say infamous?* dating app Tinder, Claire* says: “I made the account, and then deleted it 5 minutes later!” Why? The truth is, for every one person raving about the phone app, there are about 10 others shuddering at the memory of creepy Tinder experiences.

For those who have been living under a rock, Tinder is a dating app for your phone that encourages matches based on a picture and a blurb of a profile. You swipe left if you never want to see them again, and swipe right for further interaction.

While the use of technology to wrangle a date is hardly new, Tinder has certainly paved the way for a new generation of blind dates–and the results aren’t always impressive! With over 50 million users, you can see why there may be a few bumps in the road.

The worst things Tinder users have to put up with

We’ve reached out to some Tinder users and zeroed in on some of the most common dating mishaps that come from using this sexy app to help you be more cautious in the future.

*Some names have been changed to protect the innocent… and the embarrassed!



#1 The “I’m just in this to shag” date. Tinder was initially designed–and certainly maintains the reputation–as a hookup app. If you’re looking to use Tinder to meet your forever love, your best bet is to make your intentions clear to your date before you actually hook up!



#2 The married date. According to Wired.com, as of May 2015, the estimated number of SINGLE Tinder users was a mere 54%! That means that 46% of this dating app’s users are married or taken in some capacity.

Speaking of her first Tinder date, Tasha* says: “I met him at a local pub. He was friendly and handsome, and it looked promising. But then I noticed the ring on his finger.” As it turns out, her handsome “right swipe” turned out to be an out-of-towner pilot who was married–with children.

“When I balked at that, he tried to sell me some cock-and-bull story about how he’s not trying to cheat or anything *heavens no!*, but that he just likes to meet local people where he goes to pass the time.” Sure. “Local people.” Women, chiefly. On Tinder.



#3 The “I love drama” date. Some people love Tinder for the drama that can be involved. While some non-singles have Tinder simply out of curiosity or to cheat, others love being able to use the app to make their current mates jealous.

Brian* relates, “I met a girl off Tinder, then it turned out she had a boyfriend… and it turned into some huge drama. I stopped responding to her texts and just ignored her, and then a day later, she texted me and tried to start sh*t. She even got her boyfriend to start texting me.”

If you feel your Tinder swipe may be in it for drama inspiration, run away!



#4 The no-show date. Have you ever posted an ad for a $20 dresser on Craigslist and got a million and one ads saying that the potential buyer is coming to get it “Immediately!” only to have them never show? Unfortunately, this can be the case with Tinder dates. Without the exchange of money, we hope!

This happened to one Tinder user, Mark, who says plainly, “I had a coffee date… she didn’t show up.” Since Tinder is photo-based, you won’t have to worry about them no-showing you on account of your looks. No. They don’t do it because of you, they do it because they can! Whether it’s nerves or just plain rudeness, you may just wind up with a no-show.



#5 The “I know you from somewhere” run-in. Hey, be careful where you swipe that thing! Famously, the gimmick of Tinder swiping decides your potential dating pool. Swipe to the left and they’re gone for good, and swipe to the right and they’ve become a consideration. Just remember not to get too trigger happy…

Jason* learned this the hard way. He explains, “I’m a self-described power swiper. I swipe right all the time and sort later. Well, one time I was eating lunch with my buds at a local coffee shop, and lo and behold, one of my matches who I missed filtering recognized my face. She comes over and asks if I recognize her, to which I say no. She then proceeds to sit down at the table and berate me for not recognizing her face. After she left, I made sure to un-match.” Whoops!



#6 The absolutely crazy date. Every so often online, no matter what digital dating avenue you choose, you will inevitably go out to dinner/coffee/drinks with someone who is off their gourd.

According to Ashely, “This guy said he had worked in Area 51 at Roswell and had a very high security clearance, but was very cagey about what he did in the UK *he was British*. He sounded interesting, so I agreed to a dinner date. This turned out to be a big mistake. He spent the whole meal telling me in a loud voice that aliens lived near the earth’s core and come out of special holes in the ground. He said that the aliens people had seen were really extra-terrestrials in heat resistant suits!”


#7 The jerk. Guys are dogged when it comes to pursuing Tinder cuties, and vice-versa! It seems the art of persuasiveness is not lost to Tinder users, and not everybody likes the persistence. Beth sums it up with her experience: “Tinder matches almost immediately troll or send corny pick-up lines, and they move on fast. Most guys are on for hook-ups, and there are a lot of tourists on there. A lot of the guys are rude and cocky!”




#8 The “you don’t look like your picture” date. Lying about your appearance is one of the most common occurrences with online dating. Jason says, “There is a high risk of meeting someone who leads you on. Sometimes, they turn out to be a Catfish, and some can be a lot older than they say.”

Amy backs up this claim with her Tinder date night, saying, “This guy had written ‘well-built’ on his profile. I asked him specifically if he had a heavy build. He said no and insisted on meeting me for dinner at a really posh place. I agreed. Mistake. When his car rolled up in the car park, the suspension was down on one side. When he got out, it went up… as he was at least 300 lbs.”

While someone is definitely still worth getting to know even if they’re a couple of pounds heavier than their photo, being lied to right off the bat isn’t the best way to start your date.



17 Couples Confess The First Fights That Almost Broke Their Relationship

17 Couples Confess The First Fights That Almost Broke Their Relationship




‘Slightly Endowed’ Man Looking For A Date Puts Up Hysterical Posters In NYC And Lands A Model

‘Slightly Endowed’ Man Looking For A Date Puts Up Hysterical Posters In NYC And Lands A Model



It’s not often you hear a model say that she met her date for a formal on a poster she saw in New York City’s West Village, but that was indeed the case for one attractive lady last week.

According to Metro, a funny guy known only as “Ned” recently hung posters of himself around town in hopes of landing a date to a formal he had on December 12. Ned threw his face on the body of a shredded merman, but that was far from the only joke he had in store for the lovely ladies of New York.


“Struggling model? Unemployed sugar baby? Look no further,” the poster read. “Columbia bachelor seeking date for formal on evening of December 12,” adding that the date must be either “21 or have a fake ID.”

Ned also made it known that he was “slightly endowed with a big heart” and “strong enough to uninstall your window unit.” Plus, any woman who took him up on his offer would be given a “complimentary Uber ride home.”

Well son of a bitch, the poster happened to be so funny that it caught the attention of a 25-year-old model living in New Jersey named Anna Besedina, and she gladly took him up on his offer.




“I just thought it was one of the funniest things I’ve seen,” Besedina said. “Who would do something this ridiculous? I had to find out more about him. He has a good sense of humor and he’s just so easy to talk to.”

So there you have it, fellas. If you’re looking to bag a model for your office Christmas party this Friday, the trick is to superimpose your face on a jacked merman, and that’s it. Then just sit back and wait for one model to hit you up.

23 Fun Facts About Dating

23 Fun Facts About Dating

Interesting facts about the dating world that might make you laugh, smile, freak-out and share!

  • Most couples are willing to enter an exclusive relationship after six to eight dates.
  • Most common time for breakups is around three to five months.

  • It takes between 12-14 dates before couples will trade house keys.
  • Women who post a photo on Internet dating sites receive twice as many email messages as women who don’t.
  • Men who report incomes higher than $250,000 received 156% more emails than those with $50,000.
  • On free dating sites, at least 10% of new accounts are from scammers.
  • Ninety-two percent of single parents would rather date other single parents.


  • 33% of online daters form a relationship.
  • In a survey of 5,000 singles, 43% said fresh breath mattered the most, 17% said stylish clothes, 15% said sexy fragrance, 14% said good skin, and 10% said great hair.
  • It is suggested you wait until the third date to cook someone dinner at home.
  • Nearly 40% of men do not feel confident meeting a women for the first time.
  • Women will base 55% of her initial impressions of a man on his appearance and body language.


  • Dating specialists suggest that if a woman doesn’t return a call after two messages, she’s not interested.
  • If a woman offers to pay for everything, chances are she isn’t into the date.
  • Research shows that men know they’re falling in love after just three dates, but women don’t fall in love until date 14.
  • Twenty to forty million Americans have used online dating services.
  • Nearly 50% of online daters are aged 18-34
  • Over 50% of all singles in America have not had a date in more than two years.
  • 48% of online daters reported that their breakups occurred via email.
  • Italian food is one of the most popular restaurants for a first date.


  • On average, daters will kiss on a second date.
  • On average, couples have sex within about four to six dates.
  • The third week in September is National Singles Week in the U.S



10 People Who Got Rejected So So Brutally

10 People Who Got Rejected So So Brutally


These people have our sympathies. These are some rough rejections.




This person was rejected by the dating site, itself. Rejected before he could even be rejected.

This person applied for a job and got rejected. 5 times. Not cool, Wells Fargo.


The Perfect Online Guide For Picking Up Girls

The Perfect Online Guide For Picking Up Girls







15 Young Celebs Who Shacked Up With Oldies

15 Young Celebs Who Shacked Up With Oldies


Is age just a number? For these celebrities, they are certainly making a good argument for it. There are huge debates about whether or not your soul mate could be someone that’s significantly younger than you are. Many people believe that it’s never okay to date someone with a big age gap, but there are also others that believe that age is just a number and that you should follow your feelings as long as beyond the age of consent of course. It used to be that it was more common for young women to date older men, but that’s not the case anymore. It’s just as likely for a woman these days to date a young man, too.

Hollywood is certainly the place where you will find huge age gaps between couples. It’s been a growing trend for years. Women who date younger men are seen unfairly as cougars while men who date younger girls are considered to be “cool.”

We have found a list of celebrities who don’t mind dating older people. There are some differences; some are dating because of love while others are obviously there for the financial gain. Let’s be real here; we highly doubt there is ever a real case for saying a 22-year-old model falls in love with a 70-year-old man. We’re not here to judge. Check out these young celebrities who like to date oldies.

15. Aaron And Sam Taylor-Johnson

This isn’t a couple that is dating. They are married and many people have asked what a handsome young guy sees in a woman who is older and plain looking. Sam Taylor Wood directed the movie Nowhere Boy, a movie that Aaron Johnson starred in. That was how they met, and what was most shocking was that Aaron was only 18 at the time while Sam Taylor was 42. Many would say that this is an impossible relationship, but the couple claim to be very much in love. Aaron has said that Sam saved him from a life as a self-destructive teenager and turned him into a good man. They were married and they both legally changed their names to Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Sam Taylor-Johnson. The two have two daughters together. Maybe true love has no number.

14. Kourtney Kardashian And Younes Bendjima

There is a 14-year age gap between Kourtney Kardashian and her new hot model boyfriend, Younes Bendjima. They don’t seem to be complaining about it, though. There is no doubt about it; he is tall, dark, and handsome. Bendjima has been working in the modelling industry for huge labels such as Burberry, Hermes, and Ralph Lauren. Some may say that the couple is together because he wanted some exposure in his career. Who’s to say, but they certainly look happy together. The couple met in 2016 during Paris Fashion Week. Many weren’t sure if they were actually a couple, but recently there has been plenty of public displays of affection. They were also seen at the Cannes Film Festival where they were very affectionate with each other. Only time will tell if these two will make it despite the large age gap between them.

13. Anna Nicole Smith And J. Howard Marshall

This love story was one for the books. We don’t doubt that the girl cared for the old man because she was that type of person, but there is a strong argument that she was getting some serious perks and liked living a lavish lifestyle by being with J. Howard Marshall. Young pretty blondes don’t typically shack up with men his age unless they are getting something out of it. Unfortunately for Smith, she didn’t get what she was promised in the end. Marshall promised Smith that she would get half of his billions if she married him, which she did, but he never put it in his will, so she didn’t get it after he died. They were only married for 13 months at the time of his death, so it certainly wasn’t a lot of time that she put in, but she went to court to fight for the billions. She probably should have made sure she was in his will before she married him.

12. Matt Bomer And Simon Halls

There is a 14-year age difference between Matt Bomer and Simon Halls, but they haven’t let that stop them from getting married. They tied the knot in 2011, but they kept it private because at the time, Bomer wasn’t open about being gay. He publicly came out in 2012 and that was when they announced that they were also married. Bomer has always been a hottie in Hollywood and his husband is easy on the eyes as well. Simon Halls is a publicist in Hollywood when the two met and fell in love. This couple is definitely not the type to air their dirty laundry in public; their relationship is very private. The couple has three sons together and they seem very much in love. It seems like age really is just a number.

11. Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds

These two lovebirds are so adventurous and fun-loving that it’s hard to believe that there is an 11-year difference between them. But we do see Ryan Reynolds becoming a silver fox. These two have been showing us #relationshipgoals for a while now, so we don’t think age really matters to them. They got married in 2012, which did come as a surprise to everyone, but they have certainly done everything in their power since then to prove that they are the perfect couple. Considering they have been married for almost six years and are still happy and pulling pranks on each other. They are both gorgeous people who have the same sense of humor and are both killing it in Hollywood these days.

10. Mary-Kate Olsen And Olivier Sarkozy

This is one couple that has us shaking our heads. Many people feel that the Olsen twins have regularly been dating father figures. We would say that she might be looking for security, but she’s got a fortune all on her own. He’s a banker and she doesn’t care about their age one bit despite the 17-year difference. “I think we’re lucky. [Working hard] comes quite naturally for us. We don’t need so much time to sit and think and ponder,” Mary-Kate told The Edit. “But then I have a husband, two stepkids and a life; I have to go home and cook dinner. I ride horses on the weekends. You find the thing that helps you relax, and if you don’t have it, you have to look for it. Or you get burned out, and then you’re not productive.”

9. Bradley Cooper And Suki Waterhouse

There was a 17-year age difference between these two before they broke up. They spent two years together, though, so it wasn’t just some casual fling. He’s gorgeous, famous, and rich, so we know why she was with him. But she sure looked very young; we’re not sure why he was with her. Soon after their breakup, he settled down with Irina Shayk, so maybe he realized he should be starting a family instead of fooling around with 21-year-old girls. Allegedly, he broke up with her because she never supported his career or visited him while he was on set. Well, she’s just a kid, she probably didn’t want to hang out on a set all day long. At the end of the day, it appeared as if the two were in very different places and let’s be honest, what would the two of them have to talk about? They lived in totally different worlds.

8. Amber Heard And Johnny Depp

This one we had a hard time understanding because it just didn’t seem to fit from the beginning. The two met on set and they seemed to hit it off right away. Amber Heard is young and truly breathtaking to look at. Although Johnny Depp is certainly good looking with a mysterious flair to him, he hasn’t aged as well as say George Clooney has. Depp isn’t the only older man she has dated; she was also linked to Elon Musk at one point. So, she clearly likes older men. Though Depp was more than twenty years older than her, they seemed to get along. That is until the alleged physical abuse and the divorce. It was an odd pairing to begin with, and it had a terrible ending, so this is a relationship that proved that age is a big deal.

7. Hugh Jackman And Deborra-Lee Furness

These two have been in love for 21 years, so they don’t care about the thirteen-year age difference between them. Deborra-Lee Furness is an Australian actor who was lucky enough to marry one of the sexiest men alive. Hugh Jackman has no problem gushing about how much he loves his wife, telling the world that she is “the greatest woman alive.” Furness, however, isn’t a fan when people say that she’s lucky to be with Jackman. She states that her husband wasn’t a prize that she won in the lottery and it’s demeaning that people think that luck had anything to do with it. Furness believes they are together not only because they love each other, but because they work hard at their relationship too. “If you want something, you put it out there with good intention and you release it.”

6. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley And Jason Statham

Don’t these two just look adorable together? Most of their pictures together are adorable; they seem to have a lot of fun together. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham have a 20-year age difference between them. She’s a stunning model and he’s a famous movie star, and a handsome one at that. It’s not really surprising that these two hooked up. They are considered to be one of the hottest British couples. They’re now married and share a child together. It doesn’t look like these two are breaking up anytime soon. Age doesn’t seem to matter to them one bit. Do what makes you happy, we say.

5. Sarah Paulson And Holland Taylor

At what point would you say a couple has too much of an age gap. Can a 20-year-old date an 80-year-old and call it love? It’s hard to believe that there are people falling in love that have huge gaps between them. That’s certainly the case for Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor who have 32 years between them. We would imagine they wouldn’t even be in the same stage in their lives or wouldn’t have much to talk about. Paulson announced in 2015 that she was dating someone and that their relationship was the “most wonderful and extraordinary thing.” She was talking about the iconic actress Holland Taylor. The two had met ten years earlier, but Paulson was in a relationship at that point. So, why would Paulson want to date someone old enough to be her mother? She stated in an interview with The New York Times, “What I can say absolutely is that I am in love, and that person happens to be Holland Taylor.”

4. Lisa Bonet And Jason Momoa

One thing is for sure, Lisa Bonet is one hell of a lucky girl because Jason Momoa is seriously the most gorgeous man on the planet. Not that she’s not good looking, she has an exotic and ageless beauty that is striking as well. Bonet is 11 years older than Momoa and he actually had a crush on her when she was on The Cosby Show. He was crushing hard on her for many years before they even met. When he did finally meet her, he acted like a totally obsessed fangirl, but she must have seen something in him that she liked. They married in 2007 and had two children together. He is also the stepfather to her daughter Zoe Isabelle Kravitz, who is also the daughter of Lenny Kravitz. The two have an amazing love story and they seem to have a strong and loving bond.

3. Ryan Gosling And Sandra Bullock

This was another surprising couple, though Ryan Gosling has always been a lady’s man. At the time, Bullock was sixteen years older than the hottie. Although they were cute together, it always seemed like an odd pairing. They met on the set of Murder by Numbers and apparently fell in love, though no one got the match. Many people didn’t see it working, but they were together for a while. This, of course, was before Gosling had the fame that he does now. In 2011, he considered Bullock to be one of the best girlfriends he’s ever had, so we wonder why it didn’t work out. “I had two of the greatest girlfriends of all time. I haven’t met anybody who could top them.” We’re sure that he feels differently now that he is married to Eva Mendes.

2. Beyoncé Knowles And Jay Z

Another celebrity union where there is a huge age gap and we just don’t understand the relationship. We get it, Jay-Z is a super famous guy who has a ton of money, but aside from that, we could never understand this match. He’s not anywhere near Beyoncé in the looks category and he’s 12 years older than her. She seems way out of his league. When you throw in the fact that he cheated on her, you really have to question the union between the two. Why would you cheat on such a gorgeous and talented woman just to be with another girl who is probably only after your money anyway? It just makes no sense. The two were married in 2008 and have been working hard at keeping their marriage together ever since. They have a daughter together and recently added twins to the mix.

1. Michael Douglas And Catherine Zeta-Jones

This was yet another relationship that surprised everyone. These two have 25 years between them and at first, many people doubted their union, but they are still together after all these years. The two have been married now for a whopping 17 years, so something must be working well between them. They have been honest about the fact that they have had some trouble over the years and the couple even took a break back in 2013. But they seem to be determined to make their love survive. No relationship is perfect and it takes a lot of work to keep a strong foundation together. There has to be a reason that the two have been together so long and that’s probably because they genuinely love one another. Zeta-Jones has said, “It’s a long road and I think people today are so quick to throw in the towel on marriage. You have to give it your best shot and not give up when the first problem arises because that won’t be the last problem.”


These Are The 13 Weirdest Dating Apps We've Ever Seen

These Are The 13 Weirdest Dating Apps We've Ever Seen


For worse or for better, dating apps have become an integral part of our popular culture.

This was only made more clear when Match Group, the parent company of dating apps like Tinder and OkCupid, went public in November. Today, Match Group's market cap is $3.3 billion.

We're already shown you the most popular dating apps — like The League, Tinder, OkCupid, and Coffee Meets Bagel.

But now we're rounding up the more niche dating apps.

From dating apps for farmers to websites that cater to the 1%, these dating apps prove there's something for everyone.


Bristlr is for bearded men and the people who want to date them.


Do you have a beard? Do you want to date someone who has a beard? Look no further than Bristlr, a dating app and website for bearded men and the people who prefer facial hair. It started as a joke website, but now Bristle founder John Kershaw says the app has 100,000 registered users, and he claims even with the press, 90% of users have heard of the app through word-of-mouth.



Farmers Only is online dating for farmers and ranch hands.


Farmers Only is an online dating site boasting the tagline, "City folks just don't get it!" As such, it pairs up livestock owners, ranch hands, farmers, agriculture students, and other people who prefer the country life. If testimonials on its website are to be believed, Farmers Only has led to at least 100 marriages.



3nder is Tinder for threesomes.


As its name suggests, 3nder markets itself as the Tinder for threesomes. Pronounced "thrinder," 3nder is a Facebook-authenticated dating app that's more open-minded than the average dating app. It provides a wealth of options for gender identity and sexual orientation. As of October, 3nder had about a million downloads.



Sizzl connects you with other bacon lovers.


Have you always wanted to meet a romantic prospect who shares your love of crispy bacon?Sizzl is the answer to your dating app prayers. Owned by Oscar-Mayer, the not-entirely-serious dating app uses your preferences for bacon to find you a match. Instead of asking how you feel about politics or religion, Sizzl asks if you prefer turkey or pork bacon, and how crispy you like your bacon.



Gluten-Free Singles matches you up with other people who also don't eat bread.


Don't let your Celiac's disease keep you from being in a healthy relationship. That's the premise behind Gluten-Free Singles, a dating website for people who don't eat gluten. Gluten-Free Singles also offers an online community for people who don't eat gluten, so it's not just about romance. "Our website is a welcoming place where people can find gluten-free dating partners, friends, and activity groups," its website says.




Tindog lets your dog meet others in the area.


This summer saw the launch of Tindog, an app that connects dog lovers and their dogs based on location. It's not really clear who this app is for — you're swiping through cute pictures of dogs, but you know nothing about their owners, so maybe it's best for using if you think your dog could stand some canine companionship, or if you're a dog breeder.



Seeking Arrangement is the notorious "sugar daddy" dating site.

Jaysin Trevino/Flickr

SeekingArrangement is a "sugar daddy" dating website that helps older, wealthy men meet younger women. Its users largely seem to agree on one thing: what they're doing on SeekingArrangement — meeting up and exchanging money and gifts for sex and companionship, primarily — is just another kind of relationship. Some critics have compared its services to prostitution.

"SeekingArrangement is like a sociology project that touches on anthropology," SeekingArrangement CEO Brandon Wade, who started the site in 2006, told Business Insider a few years ago.



Wingman is an app for joining the mile-high club.


Think of Wingman as Tinder at high altitude. Wingman was designed to help you get lucky while flying or otherwise meet people while you're traveling. Here's how it works: You create a profile with your picture, first name, age, occupation, flight number, and airline. Of course, you specify whether you're traveling for business or pleasure. The app then shows you a list of travelers on the same flight that you can potentially start a conversation with. Just make sure you pair up before you have to put your phone on airplane mode.



Luxy matchmakes for the 1%.


There's now a dating app geared toward millionaires, supermodels, celebs, CEOs, and others in the 1%. It's called Luxy, and it once referred to itself as "Tinder, minus the poor people."

New users to Luxy will be prompted to select their favorite high-end brands such as Prada, Gucci, and Cartier. Your favorites show up at the bottom of your profile so that when you're shopping for a date, you can bond over your preferred brands.




SaladMatch wants you to meet your salad soulmate.


You only get a few minutes to dash out from your office in the middle of the day to grab lunch, so maximize that time by grabbing lunch at the Just Salad near your office with another salad-eater. New York-based fast-casual restaurant chain Just Salad made the SaladMatch app in 2013, and its Tinder-like interface lets you swipe left or right on other salad-loving singles based on their salad preferences, their Just Salad location, and what time of day they usually go to Just Salad.



Trek Passions connects sci-fi fans.

Star Trek's original series.NBC

If you're looking for a lover who shares your interest in Star Trek, and you can't find what you're looking for in person, Trek Passions might be able to help. "Whether you are just looking for like-minded friends, someone fun to attend a Sci Fi convention with, or maybe something more, Trek Passions is here for you," its website says.



Tall Friends finds other tall people for you to date.

Tall Friends

Tired of going on dates with short people? Meet other tall individuals on Tall Friends, a website for tall people. “Welcome to the best, largest and most effective tall dating site in the world," its website boasts. "This is the best place for looking for tall dating relationship or marriage. We bring together tall-dating minded singles from USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Europe and more."



Equestrian Cupid is like OkCupid, but for people who love horses.

You live in the city, but you love horseback riding, and you're itching to get back to the country and meet the cowboy of your dreams. Look no further than Equestrian Cupid. "Keep away from the city — enjoy rural & country life," Equestrian Cupid boasts on its dating site. The dating service refers to itself as an "exclusive community for cowboys & cowgirls and equestrian singles to meet horseback riding enthusiasts, discover uncharted trails, pursue the country lifestyle, and locate the best riding areas."


Woman Kills Ex-Boyfriend Because He Went On Tinder Date 5 Months After They Broke Up

Woman Kills Ex-Boyfriend Because He Went On Tinder Date 5 Months After They Broke Up

Boy, this story is a bummer.

Hasna Begum, a 25-year-old woman decided to stabbed her ex-boyfriend after she discovered that he had met someone new on the dating app Tinder. Oh, and Begum and her ex-boyfriend, 23-year-old DJ Pietro Sanna, had already been broken up for five months.

Just a few days before Begum stabbed Sanna 36 times (yes, 36 freaking times), Begum sent threatening messages to Pietro’s date, Giulia Consonni, using fake Instagram profiles. And then a few days after that, Begum climbed out of her window in the early hours, took a taxi to Sanna’s home in Canning Town, east London and then stabbed him to death. It gets more bonkers. To commit the crime, Begum threw on a blonde wig and gloves to attack him and then fled in a taxi to go to a hospital to have her cut thumb checked out.



Begum then used the Italian man’s phone for the next few days, deleting his Instagram posts and calling him six times in an attempt to cover her tracks. His body was found three days later when she anonymously tipped off his brother.

Jurors were told that Begum met Pietro and started a year-long relationship but eventually split in January this year as she suspected him of cheating on her.

Begum says she went to his home on the day of the murder to discuss getting back together and decided to wear the wig because she wanted to look her best and not “like a tramp.” The gloves she had on were just “how I accessorize”, she told the court. DCI Gary Holmes, who led the investigation, said:

“This was a callous, brutal and merciless attack on a young man who had his whole life ahead of him. ‘The frenzied brutal nature of the attack must have been entirely unexpected by the victim. Her behavior before and after the attack was very conceited and her claim of self-defense was rightly dismissed by the jury.”

Begum was of course found guilty and sentenced to life behind bars with a minimum of at least 20 years.

11 Tinder Bros Who Know How To Sell Themselves


11 Tinder Bros Who Know How To Sell Themselves




15 of the "Best" FMLs According To The FML Community

15 of the "Best" FMLs According To The FML Community








13 Of The Worst Dating Stories You Will Hear Today


13 Of The Worst Dating Stories You Will Hear Today

Dating is hard and dating idiots is even harder. Take a look at the following 13 blurbs from Ask Reddit about people who found some of the biggest idiots around. Another reason I am oh so glad I’m married.

1. Giddy Up

She showed me pictures of her ex’s penis. Before, and after she photoshopped a little cowboy hat and sheriff’s badge on it.

2. Let’s Go Camping

I dated a girl for 2 years, thought I was gonna marry her.She invited me on a camping trip with her family. Turns out it was her “family,” as in 100ish people involved in a doomsday cult. Took a while to get over that one.

3. More to be Desired

So I went on a couple dates with this girl and she was giving me some signs that she was ready to get a little physical. So I lean in close and try to kiss her, and she turns her face away from me. Stunned I end up going home and thinking it was over between us. Later on, she contacts me and starts hinting we should go out again. I decide to go for it, again, after getting some heavy hints and she pushes me away. So now I just ask, what’s going on? She says, “I go on dates with you so I don’t feel like I’m undesirable, but I’m not attracted to you.”She called me the next day and I told her I’m not dating people who make me feel undesirable, then hang up.

4. Whip and Nay Nay

I met a local dude on OKCupid and we decided to meet up one night to hang out. He took his penis out in my car because he thought we would have sex.Not okay, sir. Not okay.

5. The cost of No Cavities

A guy I had met three days previously offered to pick me up and “hang out”. I was cool with that, but he ended up dragging me around on errands (we went to his dentist appointment) and then when I said I wanted to leave, he said he’d give me a ride home but only in exchange for a blowjob.I was pretty scarred about dating after that.And no, I didn’t give him a blowjob, I got out right there and walked to a bus stop.

6. Parks and Rec

Had a friend’s friend ask me out, saying he’d love to just hang out with me and smoke and have a few drinks.. I said I don’t mind (I found him kind of attractive).
He then asked if I liked parks.. Uhmm, yes, I do enjoy parks (I run and our area has several nice parks for running). His response?

“Cool, let’s swing by ___ park first.. we can hang out and talk a bit before going to the bar for drinks.. and there’s this cozy spot where you can blow me”

Apparently I attract a**hats.

7. Jesus Save Me

I remember a girl in college who agreed to go out with me. She said she had a surprise for me.

Christian revival meeting. Buuuuuuh!

8. That Escalated Quickly

On my first date with a guy from an internet dating site, he took us to the Scientology museum in London. I thought “Hmmm, original, easy to find things to talk about/ laugh at the craziness of, this could be fun.”
Then he proceeded to read every, single, piece of writing on every, single exhibit, ask the attendant very probing questions about how one goes about joining scientology etc. etc. and sounding slightly too interested to just be intrigued about a religion. Also he was visibly sweating.

Once we were done there we went for a glass of wine and he told me he used to shoot heroin.

I was out of there like a shot.

9. No Red Meat

In college this guy from one of my classes asked me to go out with him out of the blue (we’d never even talked before) but he was pretty cute so I said sure.

We exchanged numbers and he said he’d call me with details. He called the next day and told me we were going to a restaurant that was WAY out of my price range. We’re talking like no way will this bill will be under $100. I tried talking him out of it and when that didn’t work flat out saying I couldn’t afford something like that but he insists and tells me not to worry (this all really should have been a clue to me). So I say fine and agree to go.

We get to the restaurant and the waiter comes over and I go to order (the cheapest thing on the menu) when he stops me and says, “Ignore her, we’re both having the steak.”

“But I don’t like steak.”

“She’s just saying that because she’s poor. We’ll have steak.” And shoos the waiter away.

I’m mortified and pissed and want to leave but he was my ride. He tries to make conversation and just proves to me that he really is an a**. Then he says he has to go to the bathroom and leaves. I’m sitting there for a good 10 minutes before he texts me “Hahaha I got the shits from drinking last night don’t eat without me.”

That was the last straw. I call the waiter over, pay for my meal, and go to the Starbucks down the street to call my friend to pick me up.

10. T-Boned

When I was a teenager I worked at a retail store in the mall and a guy who worked a few stores down would always come in and talk to me.

He was super sweet and genuine and would randomly take me to lunch and bring me coffee and the like. It was nice to just have someone to talk to and who seemed genuinely interested in me and what I had to say. He asked me on a date a few times and I always declined. I don’t like the idea of dating someone who I work with/work next to (just in case it goes sour).

After a month or two I finally agree to go on a date with him, because good guys are hard to find! I couldn’t just let him pass by. He picks me up at my house and on our way to dinner we get into a car accident. The driver’s side was t-boned pretty badly and we ended up having to go to the hospital where he contacted his roommate….. who then contacted my date’s girlfriend.

11. Big Spender

After my freshman year of college I met a guy on OK Cupid and we went to get dinner at Friday’s as our first date. Offered to give me a ride, but I said no.

He was a couple years older, well dressed and started talking about how he’d started his own business after college and it was going well. Good for him! Bragging a bit but hey that’s an accomplishment.

So after we order he says “Let’s play a game. We’ll each take out our wallets and compare what’s in them.” Wasn’t a joke, literally started showing me his credit cards and bragging about the high limits, ending with “Clearly you can’t afford to pay for this dinner, but don’t worry I can cover you.” I was pissed and protested but he wouldn’t take no for an answer.

So as we leave he says he wants to show me his car. Unfortunately it was before mine in the lot so I had to walk by it. It was a white, windowless serial killer van. He begged me to have sex with him in it, right there in the Friday’s parking lot.

I was pretty glad I drove separately.

12. But Bambi?

One of the people I dated took me to her parents house for our first “date”. Wherein I listened to her dad talk for an hour about this deer that he was so inept at killing it took 4 bullets to finally put down.

It’s times like those I wish I had a jetpack.

13. Confidence Booster

After I made him dinner, did the dishes, and we had amazing sex, he rolled over mid-cuddles to tell me all about his ex-girlfriend, how I had no desirable girlfriend-esque traits, and that the only reason he liked me was because I liked him. I boosted his confidence.

This was after a month of seeing each other.

21 Crazy Ex's Who Will Make You Glad You're Single

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Dating Site For Conspiracy Theorists Helps Believers (Or Deniers) Find Love

Dating Site For Conspiracy Theorists Helps Believers (Or Deniers) Find Love

These folks might not believe in 9/11 but they do believe in love.

We all have a few ‘non-negotiables’ when looking for the love of our lives; a mate in monogamy, a partner in crime. But while some are searching for someone to make them laugh, and others are just grateful to find any non-f*ckboy, there is one community of young, awake daters trawling the web for a partner in conspiracy.

Awake Dating’s in-house Cupid explains in the video below:

Not to be confused with a 'woke' sense of social justice, those who are awake are more commonly found 'looking at the root causes of the symptoms of social injustice and aforesaid issues affecting humanity', Awake Media founder, Jarrod Fidden told UNILAD,adding the community is widely opposed to the term 'conspiracy theorists'.

Jarrod explained an awakening is to accept 'inconvenient truths':

Often people who identify as 'woke' become awake through personal research of public record facts, then being able to push past 'cognitive dissonance' to ultimately accept a number of inconvenient truths.

Seeing the problems of our world, and knowing things just aren't right, is often the precursor to researching the reasons why.

Being awake is being knowledgeable about a number of empirical and observational truths not commonly known nor accepted by the majority of the populace.

Jarrod was 'lucky enough' to experience his own awakening alongside his wife, when they noticed the 'chem trails' above their home in rural Ireland, and embarked on research that led down the rabbit hole.

But he explains the awake community are often shunned socially for their views, and he has made it his mission to 'help the awake find someone to share life and their inconvenient understandings with'.

Where you wouldn't discriminate against someone's background, race or political beliefs, the awake often are subjected to some damning labels, like 'crazy tin foil hat-wearing bunker-building paranoid nutters', according to the Fiddens.

This much-maligned lifestyle choice generally leaves so-called conspiracy theorists pushed to the margins of social interactions.

Admittedly, we who don't seek the 'inconvenient truths' generalise the awake as cynics who can't let go of their beliefs long enough to enjoy a £4 pint without commenting on the New World Order, 12-foot lizards, and their manipulation of how we spend our money on £4 pints.

It's something Jordan Moreland, 26-year-old barber and 'liver of life', knows only too well, stating he is 'persecuted' for 'reprogramming and not interacting with the norms of society'.

He told UNILAD his awakening allowed him to see 'things truly as they are, not how we would like to think of them', adding he began to question the system upon the death of Princess Diana, citing 'unseen work' at the hands of 'global leaders meeting in secrecy and manipulating the world's super powers'.

Jordan also questions the evidence of the 'most recent' 9/11 tragedy, saying he 'saw an evil face come out of the smoke' while he watched the planes hit the Twin Towers on the news.

At that moment, Jordan said he experienced his 'proper realisation that the world is run by Satanists and everything is a synthetic version of God's design'.

The self-confessed 'intense hopeless romantic' joined Awake Dating and said he not only 'loved the functionality' but had met some genuine people - as well as a few 'motherf*ckers' - and was still in touch with some of the women he'd met.

Jordan, who has only encountered a tiny cross-section of women offline, added:

I can only speak for myself... People want to live in la la land. Folk hate the truth.

Most women I know want to speak of cute cats in sweater or Kim K.

I'm raw and real, so I like transparency and no games.

He explained his previous relationships suffered with a 'conflict of interests', recounting a particularly heated encounter with a woman who whose number he asked for when she was working in Nando's.

Even though the 'nice girls' he met on Awake Dating didn't pursue a romantic relationship, he's not disheartened and is still on the search for his 'Mary Magdalene'.

What Jordan dubs 'the misconception that folk who think outside the box are crazy' is not unique to his romantic experience.

One woman - with arguably less extreme interests than Moreland - broached the unconventional narrative of her own beliefs on a mainstream dating site and was met with familiar accusations.

This is what she got - and why she 'gave up' on mainstream dating:

Okay, so it's pretty hard for most of us to swallow the idea that 9/11 was an 'inside job'.

But then again, I once dated a guy who wouldn't shut up about Madden and I couldn't hack that either, not when GTA Vice City is obviously the most complete game ever made. Common interests are all relative.

And there was no need for the comment on her 'pretty face':

Okay, so it's pretty hard for most of us to swallow the idea that 9/11 was an 'inside job'.

But then again, I once dated a guy who wouldn't shut up about Madden and I couldn't hack that either, not when GTA Vice City is obviously the most complete game ever made. Common interests are all relative.

And there was no need for the comment on her 'pretty face':


The awake community, in Jarrod's opinion, has a wealth of diverse and varied interests, including - but not limited to - Genetically Modified Organisms, The Cancer Conspiracy, natural health alternatives, and so-called mainstream media manipulation.

Other topics up for debate are the 'illegitimacy of private owned central banks', renewable energy, geoengineering, extraterrestrials, 'corporate lies and poison products', WiFi and cellular phone damage, and earth model theory.

And who could forget UFO and USO contact and communications?

Jarrod continued:

There are many more - our database has hundreds added by our members which can be searched for directly by other members.

If you want to talk to someone about 'flat earth theory', 'the illusion of money' and 'vaccine truth' you can directly search for someone interested in those exact topics.


Dating is hard. It's a veritable minefield of traps, collusion, red flags and withheld information, a conspiracy the likes of which the Illuminati themselves couldn't muster.

For some, religious diktats confine people to same-faith relationships. Some Republicans couldn't imagine dating a Democrat, and vice versa. I couldn't date someone who exclusively listened to house music and denied the superiority of the guitar as a key component in every and all songs, for example.

Awake Dating is making the no longer necessarily organic process of picking a mate a little easier for their own community of conspiracy savvy young singletons.


Meanwhile, Jarrod is gearing up for world media domination with the launch of a new responsive site, iOS and Android apps 'with the industry first ability to send real world gifts to another member', and a marketplace working in cryptocurrency, as well as branching out into broadcasting documentary and comedy television.

... And he promises the NSA won't get their grubby mitts on your personal details.

48 Shamelessly Honest Tweets And Pics About The Struggles Of Marriage

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Witty People That Laid Down Their Best Game On Tinder

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34 People Reveal Their Biggest First Date Horror Stories — Prepare To Cringe

34 People Reveal Their Biggest First Date Horror Stories — Prepare To Cringe


First dates are stressful. Even if they go well, meeting a new person is inherently going to be difficult at first.

And while we all inevitably have a rotten date or two under our belts, some dates take it from bad to horrific. We've rounded up the craziest stories from various Reddit threads that will make you want to thank your lucky stars your last date was just a bad kisser.

"He says he is actually outside the pub we were at and he can see us."

"I've known this girl since school I'd always thought she was pretty but she's always had boyfriends and I'd hardly seen her in two years due to being at university, etc. Until two days ago when I saw her in the pub where we had a brief catch-up and I got her number.

"So texting her yesterday she suggests we go out for a drink later and I agree. We meet up and it was going great. Both enjoying ourselves conversation is flowing and she seemed into me. Her ex boyfriend had been texting her the whole time but, she had been ignoring it and we joked about it, nothing seemed too strange.

"But then as we move on to another pub while we had been enjoying a paper aeroplane throwing competition, he starts ringing her ... over and over and over. So she eventually answers and he's crying, drunk, and acting crazy and she's tell him to just leave her alone.

"We continue enjoying ourselves for a bit (all this time she is still being constantly bombarded by his texts) and then he starts ringing again. This time he says he is actually outside the pub we were at and he can see us. All he wants is to see her and then he will go home.

"So obviously she goes outside to speak with him and I'm just left sitting there contemplating just leaving. I got a look out him through the window and he's an absolute mess. To try and give you a idea of how bad I'm talking, like Joe Swanson-level crying ... proper broken man stuff, it was hard to watch.

"Then she comes back nearly in tears saying how she feels just terrible that she is the reason why he feels so bad. I try to ask her if she is OK and comfort her, but she just says she's fine and we end up just finishing our drinks and calling it a night so I walk her down to the taxi rank and give her a hug and see her off." - Redditor JDizzle69


"I couldn't believe that she'd react so rudely to something and then try to act as if it didn't happen."

"I decided to meet up for coffee with a girl that I had been talking to online. We talked for 45 minutes or so — normal first date topics like family, travel, etc. She then asks, 'Where did you do your undergrad?'

"Now, I have a pretty good job, but that question sets the bar pretty high for a guy who didn't go to college. She is not only assuming that I went to college but is also assuming that I am taking part in some type of post-graduate school.

"When I said that I went to technical school and then straight into the workforce she looked at me as if she'd never heard of such a thing. Apparently, I didn't pass all of her minimum requirements to be considered human. After a brief pause, she broke off her shocked stare, placed her hand on her forehead in a fashion that covered her eyes, inhaled briefly and followed it by a valley-girl, 'Eew!' She took her Blackberry out of her purse and whispered to herself as she typed, 'he ... didn't ... even ... go ... to ... college ...' I then saw the left thumb hold the shift key as she deliberately pressed the exclamation point key once ... ! Twice ... !! Three times ... !!! In reality, each one of those keystrokes was a simple tapping of a small piece of plastic, but, in my head, it sounded like a metal bank vault door was repeatedly slamming shut.

"She pressed a few more buttons on the phone, presumably sending this text message to her total BFF. She put the phone away, looked at me, and after taking a deep breath said, 'Well that is okay. Not everybody is capable of going to college.' She put on a fake smile followed by an awkward laugh and just stared at me awkwardly. I couldn't believe that she'd react so rudely to something and then try to act as if it didn't happen. Perhaps she still believed that, like a child playing hide and seek, if you covered your eyes you would disappear.

"After staring at each other awkwardly for a few seconds, I finally broke the silence by saying, 'Wow, okay. So, yeah... I, um guess it is about time to get out of here?' I stood up and took my trash to the trash can and she followed me out the door. I turned and began walking down the street and she followed closely and said, 'How far away is your car?' This girl was expecting a ride!

"So, I stopped and turned around and said, 'Oh, I am about a block this way. Where did you park? She replied, 'Oh, I took the bus here. I don't have a drivers license.'

"Now, I am normally not a rude person. Even in that situation, I was going to just walk away and let that be that, but I just couldn't pass this opportunity up. I looked at her right in the eyes and said, 'Eew!' Pulled out my cellphone and typed, 'she ... doesn't ... even ... have ... a ... license ... ! ... !! ... !!!' I then put my phone away, looked up at her, smiled and said, 'That's okay! Not everybody is capable of driving a car! Lucky for you, the bus stop is right over there. I hope you don't have to wait too long!'

"I wish I took a picture of the look on her face as I walked away. It was priceless." - Redditor kid320


"We fit perfectly together, even in the heavens."

"I slept with a guy on our first date, he was on top. At first I thought he was sweating, no big deal, I'm a trooper. Then I looked up, after a weird muffled sob, and he was crying. As I stared up into his tear filled eyes, in horror, he stated, 'Oh my god, I'm in love with you.'

"At this point, I stated loudly, 'I have to go. My mom is calling.' Rolled him off of me, grabbed my stuff, and got dressed while walking out of his house. He called after me, sobbing in the doorway. I turned, halfway down the driveway, still pulling a shirt on over my head.

"'Our signs are compatible! We fit perfectly together, even in the heavens.'

"Even in the heavens, guys." - anonymous Redditor


"I didn't know what to do, so I laughed awkwardly."

"I was going on my first date with someone I had met online. We had been talking a bit for about two weeks before we met. We went to dinner on our date, he wasn't super talkative and it was mildly awkward. Then when he was dropping me off, I gave him a hug good night and he takes this opportunity to whisper in my ear, 'I love you.' I didn't know what to do, so I laughed awkwardly, assuming he was joking.

"He wasn't." - Redditor amymariebe


"She says she wants to drop into this shoe store real quick."

"A guy I work with had an awkward one. He's recently divorced and this was his first date since the split. After dinner they decided they were going to walk around the city. She says she wants to drop into this shoe store real quick.

"The woman then proceeds to try on shoes for 45 minutes, and then my friend just decided 'I guess this is is my cue to leave.' Says his goodbyes as the woman continues trying on shoes, completely unfazed." - Redditor VisitChechnya


"One of the birds was in the way of the ball. It was a direct hit to the neck and the bird went down for good."

"Met a girl in a college class and noticed she was looking at golf clubs on eBay. Being a golfer myself, I figured it was a perfect conversation starter and went with it. After an exchange of numbers and some conversation we had a golf date at a local country club for the next afternoon.

"So the first few holes went well but then the 7th hole happens. I'm about 230 yards from the green so I pull out my 3W. I see the pair of sandhill cranes they were about 150 yards down the fairway so I paid them no attention. I take my swing and to my surprise, the ball was a low line drive that got no more than a few feet of the ground. And to my surprise, one of the birds was in the way of the ball. It was a direct hit to the neck and the bird went down for good.

"Sandhill cranes mate for life so if one of them dies the other will sit there for hours crying for the other one. It was sad, but little did I know she loved these birds and the look on her face was horrific. She broke down in tears. We played the last two holes with maybe exchanging 10 words. Didn't hear from her again." - Redditor rektt

"While we're eating crappy food court food, he calls two other girls."

"We had gone to high school together, so I vaguely knew of him. This was about two years after graduation, so we're at different colleges. We had Facebooked a little, and I agreed to a date for when I was home for the holidays. He suggested dinner and ice skating. Sounds romantic, right?

"He picked me up from home and drove to a mall fairly far away. I was slightly confused, but willing to see where this was going. He told me to pick any restaurant in the food court, his treat. OK, I'm a broke college kid too, so whatever.

"While we're eating crappy food court food, he calls two other girls. Chats and flirts with them literally right in front of me. Now I'm just pissed and want to go home. Told him this. He convinced me that we should at least ice skate, he already bought the tickets, yadda yadda. I'm pretty far from home and don't know anyone in the area, so I agree to go with.

"We go to this ice skating rink, and he starts telling me his life ambition of owning such a rink and how wonderful it would be if we co-signed for this very ice rink and how profitable and successful we would be, it's really just a good business decision, we're already in love and everything, yadda yadda. Now I really just want to go home, but I have no way out.

"We skate, whatever, thank god we got there late, so we were only out there for about 30 minutes (btw, he's a sh---- skater). On the drive home, he mentions that his grandfather lives nearby and it's a special day for him, would I mind if we stopped? At this point, this date can't get any worse, so I say sure, why the f--- not.

"We pull into a cemetery. You read that correctly. A where-the-dead-people-stay cemetery. It's about 11 p.m. I'm now terrified out of my mind, frantically texting my parent where I am and what they should do if they don't hear from me soon. He pulls up to a tombstone and asks if I'd like to meet his grandpa. I politely decline. He goes out there and sits for a few minutes.

"He returns to the car and we drive back to my house. He tried to go in for the kiss, but I was literally saved by the dog. I rush inside and lock the door and tell my now-panicked parents the story.

"Later, when I told him I wasn't interested, he said this verbatim, 'Fine, you were weird anyway.'" - Redditor uhkndms


"He called all the theaters in the area and gave them my description from pictures he found online of me. "

"I met a nice girl [who] said she was new in town. After talking for a few days over IM and email, I offered to take her out to a movie. We hang out and chat for awhile before, nothing odd. About halfway through the movie, my phone starts going off (vibrate), I check the number, don't recognize it. So I ignore it. It doesn't stop going off for 10 solid minutes. So I excuse myself to take the call, thinking it must be important.

"'Hello?' -

"'GIVE THE PHONE TO ERICA M***********.'

"'Excuse me? Who are you?'


"'Seriously, who are you?'


"So I decided then to see if this girl knew who the hell was on the phone. I go back and get her from the theater. I hand her the phone and she gets really quiet and takes a few steps away just looking at the floor and saying "mhmm, mhmm." After a few minutes, she hangs up and tells me she has to go. I'm actually pretty amused by the whole thing, say goodbye, and finish the movie.

"The next day I get an email with an apology, and the request to go out again. She explains that it was her ex-boyfriend from a few states away, and that he didn't take the break up and move well. And I guess he went through all her emails, got my number, and found out we were seeing a movie together.

"He called all the theaters in the area and gave them my description from pictures he found online of me. He told them I had a gun. Either he didn't call the one we were at, or they didn't take him seriously. I replied to her saying that I don't know if we can go out again, if this guy is going to do stuff like this. I mean, she needs to either make him back off, or call the cops. I get a reply email, not from her, but from him. He was intercepting her email. Basically the same 'BACK OFF, SHE'S MINE!' b-------. So I called her, told her she needs to get this guy out of her life if she wants to date people. She didn't think it was that bad, so I told her that I wasn't comfortable going out again." - Redditor icannevertell

"First thing I disliked is she wanted to sit in the front freaking row of the movie theater."

"The only time I went on a date with a girl I met on the Internet was a fantastic failure.

"As I imagine in most cases, when I saw her in person, she wasn't as attractive as her pics let on. No biggie, she was still cute and I hope I am not that shallow. However ...

"First thing I disliked is she wanted to sit in the front freaking row of the movie theater. Still, I decided, people have dealt with much worse. But then it got absolutely fantastic — a friend of hers shows up, and these two are pointing, laughing, and screaming their heads off and calling random characters 'gay' and whatnot.

"At this point I had decided my time had come, excused myself to the bathroom, and went home to play some Counter-Strike." - Redditor Krypty


"After we smooched I looked at her and said, 'I love you.'"

"First date I ever went on was when I got my first kiss. After we smooched, I looked at her and said, 'I love you.' After that we just stood there for 30 seconds and then I just said good night and left in the most awkward way possible.

"The next day I explained that my response was a 'heat of the moment' kind of deal; and things were fine after that. I was 15 at the time. I still look back on it and think to myself yahtz33 what the hell were you thinking?!" - Redditor yahtz33


"My date just stared at me like a surprised owl."

"For this date, I suggested we go to a local restaurant that I frequented. The manager and staff knew me, and they knew it was a blind date.

"A few minutes after the waitress got our drink orders, she came back out to our table.

"With a pained and serious look on her face, she said 'The manager wanted me to tell you that you left your prescription for [Insert Name of Gonorrhea Medicine] here last night. Want me to go get it for you?'

"It took me a second to realize what the manager, my friend, was doing and I was shocked —because I didn't have that problem or a prescription for it.

"My date just stared at me like a surprised owl.

"I finally was able to pick my jaw up off the floor — just as the manager came out of the kitchen, laughing his a-- off. The waitress apologized profusely, saying that he told her if she didn't play along, she'd get fired." - Redditor happenstanced


"We ended up eating at IHOP, all the while he's still complaining about how terrible that date is."

"I went on a date where the boy planned to take me to some small fancy restaurant. I hadn't seen him in a while, we met at a friend's party, but we had been texting for a few weeks and he seemed awesome.

"He picks me up, spends the entire time driving to the restaurant complaining about his day. We get to the restaurant too late and its closed, so he complains about that. His friend calls him while we're looking for a new place, he answers and complains about how this date is so bad. We ended up eating at IHOP, all the while he's still complaining about how terrible that date is.

"Now I know he meant it was terrible in that we didn't get to go to the other restaurant and ended up at IHOP, but in my opinion a date is good or bad based on if you have fun with the other person, so I took it personally. At the end of the night he drops me off and tells me he had a great time even though it was a terrible date and he would like to see me again. Didn't happen. Maybe if he hadn't whined the whole time I could have had fun too." - Redditor Blue_no_Yellow


"Darren looked at her, patted her on the head, and said 'Okay goodnight.'"

"Went on a double date. I was with my girlfriend at the time, she brought a friend, Sarah, and I brought my friend Darren. Sarah was super into Darren. Darren was super not into Sarah.

"At the end of the date we were all saying goodnight and Sarah kept throwing hints she wanted to go with Darren. Darren looked at her, patted her on the head, and said 'Okay goodnight.'" - Redditor littlerunnerboy

"I went to catch her, and promptly whacked her in the face with my head."

"Went out with a girl in high school and did the usual, movie and a dinner. It had been going great up until dinner, when she stumbled over a curb. I went to catch her, and promptly whacked her in the face with my head. This actually broke her nose, which lead to me panicking and trying to fix it. Of course that was a bad idea, and I think I made her nose bleed more to be honest.

"Thankfully she wasn't upset at me (I spent a good half hour freaking out over it), but there was a very awkward and at one point terrifying conversation with her dad when I brought her home. He was a former marine who served in Vietnam and did the usual 'scare the bejesus out of the daughter's date' by coming out sharpening his kabar knife when I picked her up, needless to say he really didn't like or trust me after that.

"The girl and I dated for a year and we're actually still pretty good friends. So I guess it worked out OK in the end." - Redditor grindyoursoul


"Got up, said I was going to the bathroom, paid for my one beer and left."

"Went on a blind date with a friend of a friend and the first thing out of her mouth was 'Well Sarah wasn't kidding when she said you weren't tall' (Spoiler alert: I am fairly short). 5 minutes in, told me she didn't really see it going anywhere, but proceeded to order a Grey Goose martini and a $30 appetizer for herself.

"Got up, said I was going to the bathroom, paid for my one beer, and left. Felt great." - Redditor ryancm8


"I thought I was talking to my friend with the same name as my date."

"Immediately after the date, I spent 20 minutes complaining via WhatsApp about how bad the date was. I thought I was talking to my friend with the same name as my date. It was my date and not my friend.

"I felt s--- about it for weeks." - Redditor ElPelirrojo


"I spent the next 20 minutes trying to bump-start my bike, awkwardly saying 'I swear I'm not a serial killer.'"

"Met my current girlfriend on Tinder. We had been talking for about 2-3 weeks before we decided to meet up. Agreed that we would take my motorcycle out for a ride.

"Took her on a ride to a park about ~20 minutes away (and pretty much in the middle of nowhere). We got off the bike, sat at a picnic table, and just talked for about an hour. We get up to leave, and I realize I left the lights on ... the whole time. I'm like 'S---, this battery is going to be toast ...' It was.

"I spent the next 20 minutes trying to bump-start my bike, awkwardly saying 'I swear I'm not a serial killer.' How I ended up with her is beyond me." - Redditor facetrolled


"Walk in the front door and immediately I am face to face with the guy who screwed my wife."

"About two years ago I divorced my wife after she cheated with a guy she met at my mother's funeral. Six months after the divorce I'm on my first date with a girl named Heidi. She wanted to stop by a local tavern that was hosting a charity benefit. We did ... worst decision ever. Walk in the front door and immediately I am face to face with the guy who screwed my wife.

"He and I grew up as friends but lost touch until he came to mom's funeral. He attempted to say something to me and I immediately cut him off and threatened him rather harshly. He left.

"Spent the next 30 minutes explaining what just happened to her. She said I should have punched him." - Redditor cbrown80


"We went out to eat and I forgot my wallet so she paid for me."

"So there was this really sweet girl my buddy had been interested in but was too afraid to ask out, so dawning my captain c--- block costume I swooped in and asked her on a date.

"We went out to eat and I forgot my wallet so she paid for me. Then went to a party at a mutual friend's house where I got black-out drunk and passed out and I was supposed to be the DD.

"My buddy was at the party and seeing my stupidity worked up the courage and asked her out ... they dated 3 years." - Redditor Broda_mane


"She just says, 'Haha ... no' and walks out."

"So I met this girl on the internet, and she seemed really nice and down-to-earth. We had a lot in common including our hobbies and politics and stuff like that, so I was thinking we might hit it off.

"We agree to meet up in person at a Kaladi Brothers coffee place. Now bear in mind that I'm not super attractive so up to this point she hasn't seen any pictures of me, instead we have pre-arranged recognition signals. She walks in the door and I spot her by her clothing instantly, and start waving. She gets this sort of uncertain look on her face and walks over and says 'Sam?' and when I say yes she just says, 'Haha ... no' and walks out.

"Feels bad." - Redditor samtravis


"The date looked shocked and ended up not being able to pay her bill."

"I get there, she's already eating appetizers (I'm 10 minutes early), then she orders the most expensive dinner on the menu, and tells me she did it because she knows I'm paying. Small talk fails and for 45 minutes she complains about how no one is refilling her wine glass (she kills the glass every 20 seconds).

"She mentions how she was told that I make a decent salary, multiple times. I try to be civil and change the subject. Awkward conversational topics ensue, nothing even close to first date etiquette follows. Three quarters of the way through I go to the bathroom and our waiter walks by, asks me if we are doing a reality show or something along those lines, since he has seen this disaster in motion.

"We talk about how wild this woman is for about five minutes and then I ask him to stop at our table and ask about the bill. I immediately say split checks and give him $80 (roughly 40 for my bill and 40 for his tip). The date looked shocked and ended up not being able to pay her bill, so the friend who hooked us up got a call and flipped the rest of her check. Her total came to be about $75." - anonymous Redditor 

"I arrive in the kitchen to see her standing over my silverware drawer, emptying it into her purse."

"I brought a girl back to my house for dinner and a movie. I had previously made a 'bet' with her wherein if she won, I'd make her dinner and bake pie, but if I won she had to make out with me — either way, win-win, right?

"So we finish dinner and go back into my bedroom to watch a movie. Midway through the flick, she says, 'I'm still a bit hungry — I think I'll go grab a quick bite of the leftovers.' She gets up, and goes into the kitchen. I decide about 45 seconds later, as my stomach rumbles, that this sounds like a great idea.

"I arrive in the kitchen to see her standing over my silverware drawer, emptying it into her purse. I was shocked — I'd never had a date try to rob me before. I asked, 'What the hell are you doing?' Her reply, 'giggle Oopsie!' I'd have been pissed already, but the girly giggling BS answer just put me over the edge.

"I walked up, looked in her bag, and saw that she'd only managed to grab some of the crappier silverware so far. At that point, I reached over to the counter and grabbed a slice of the pie. I looked her in the eyes and said, 'Don't forget your desert.' Then, while holding her gaze, I dropped the pie into her purse and smashed it up as best I could with the sides of the purse to make sure it got in there nice and good.

"Kicked her out, never saw her again." - Redditor atonyatlaw


"I said sure, so I got up, and just walked out of the theater."

"One night in the 8th grade, I finally got the balls to ask this girl out. She so happen to be a friend of my best friend's current girlfriend, so we decided to make it a double date. During the movie everything was going as planned, I sat by her while my friend sat with his girlfriend. Then we see a couple of her b----- girlfriends walk into the theater, and who happen to see the girl I was with right away.

"She then motioned with her hand for her friends to come over here. When her friends got to where we were sitting, the girl I asked out turns to me and asked, 'Can you scoot down a seat so I can sit next to my friends?' I said sure, so I got up, and just walked out of the theater. And to add insult to injury, she stayed there, and her friends ate the popcorn I bought." - Redditor CubeMaster


"I was nervous and awkward, and it ended without much fanfare."

"When I was in high school, I went on a date with a friend of a friend. We went and saw a movie, then went out for dinner. I was nervous and awkward, and it ended without much fanfare. The date went OK, and there wasn't a second one, but that's not the bad part.

"About a month later, I went to a party at our mutual friend's house. And I saw her there, and was afraid it might be a little awkward. I had no idea. About an hour into the party, she came up and started talking to the mutual friend, while I was standing nearby. After a few minutes of talking, the girl I had gone on a less-than-awesome date with came up and introduced herself to me.

"On the bright side, at least it wasn't a memorable bad date ... for her." -Redditor Chucke4711


"[She said] 'My boyfriend will love this' while boxing up the 1.5 lobster tails she didn't eat."

"My husband went on a first date where he took her to a Hibachi restaurant. She ordered the twin lobster tails dinner and proceeded to tell him 'My boyfriend will love this' while boxing up the 1.5 lobster tails she didn't eat. They didn't go out again, needless to say." - Redditor HonestAbeRinkin


"When we came back my windshield was smashed and two of my tires were flat."

"This guy from work asked me out on a date after a few days of flirting with me out of nowhere (we worked together for like six months before he asked me out). I thought it was kind of odd that he was suddenly interested in me, but I agreed to go.

"I met him at his place and we took his car to dinner. When we came back, my windshield was smashed and two of my tires were flat. His response: 'Yeah sorry. I just got out of a bad relationship.'" - Redditor sharkanie



"She ended up puking in my brand new car."

"I asked a co-worker out for dinner. I took her out that night to a nice restaurant. We had a few drinks at the restaurant. She said she wasn't feeling well. Apparently she was on some medicine that made alcohol twice as powerful and she was a total lightweight. I offered to take her home, and she ended up puking in my brand new car.

"We ended up dating for over two years after that night." - Redditor Potato_Mug


"When the meal finally came I noticed she couldn't cut her own food."

"At 16 I had a first date on Valentine's Day. Being young and poor we went to an Applebee's where my date ordered off the kid's menu getting herself chicken fingers. Embarrassed by this, I did what I could to steer the conversation away and try to have a pleasant evening.

"When the meal finally came, I noticed she couldn't cut her own food. Noticing the look on my face my date got upset and in an annoyed tone said, 'I just learned how to do this last week OK!' After further conversation in the night where she claimed I couldn't have been in Pre-Calc in a public school because she was only in Algebra II in her private school I decided to pay the bill and leave." - Redditor artivan


"It turns out that she isn't just asleep, she is falling into a diabetic coma."

"Worst first date I've ever been on, I meet a girl I really like at the Starbucks she works at (which was conveniently near my house). We had plans to get dinner and see a movie, typical I know, but it was early so we were having some coffee and talking, getting to know one another, and I notice a woman in the corner who has fallen asleep in one of the big comfy chairs.

"As we're talking, the woman incoherently mumbles every once in a while, and slumps further and further into the chair.

"Finally, the girl I was with goes over there and tries to wake the lady up to check on her, and it turns out that she isn't just asleep, she is falling into a diabetic coma.

"Ambulances were called, and eventually the girl just told me to go home because she had to stay and make sure the lady didn't die." Redditor scubsurf


"He turns around suddenly and yells, 'You hurt my pride and you're using words I don't understand.'"

"We went for a romantic walk by the park. We saw a small raccoon. He screams like a prepubescent boy and it hisses at him as it calmly walks away from him. I comfort him, giggle, and call him silly-buns and in the middle of my explanation about city animals and how to deal with them, he turns around suddenly and yells, 'You hurt my pride and you're using words I don't understand to explain something I don't f------ care about. I'm gone.'

"Apparently I'm too knowledgeable?" - Redditor katrinagoeskaboom


"'I got hit by a car while I was crossing the street a few years ago."

"Took a girl out to dinner. During dinner, I notice a scar on her arm. I ask about it. 'I got hit by a car while I was crossing the street a few years ago.'

"Go for a walk after dinner to get some coffee across the street. By now, completely forgot about the got-hit-by-a-car story. Crosswalk light is about to turn red. I say 'We can make it' and we start rushing across the street. We almost get hit by a car.

"Yeah, no second date." - Redditor Piratiko


"Left a girl at the curb."

"Left a girl at the curb because she refused to open the car door for herself, and resorted to insults to express her indignation that I had not automatically done so for her.

"This was at her house so its not like I abandoned her, but she did have to walk back and explain to her parents why she was back early after I had just met them." - Redditor ItGotRidiculous


"She was getting ready to hug me goodbye, and my mind went blank and I just kind of poked her."

"I was on a date with this girl, we were hanging out at my house, watching a movie, having dinner, very casual. At the end of the night, I walk her outside and to her car in the driveway and we're just standing there. She says she had a good time and she'll come to have a drink with me on the weekend blah blah blah, that old song and dance.

"She was getting ready to hug me goodbye, and my mind went blank and I just kind of poked her. Yes, poked her, with my finger... on her side, like 'Heh, thanks for coming over ...' Her face was priceless. Then she said, 'OK ... welp, see ya.'

"Dumbest thing I've ever done." - Redditor Bad_assness


"I'm really not a fan of astrology, but I don't really care if someone likes it."

"I went on an OkCupid date, and while it was mostly fun, there was one thing that didn't go well. I'm really not a fan of astrology, but I don't really care if someone likes it. Anyway, this girl said she was good at guessing signs. I must admit, I was impressed when she got it right in only 10 guesses." - Redditor Fearlessleader85

14 Brutal Burns There's No Coming Back From

14 Brutal Burns There's No Coming Back From






Scientists Say These Twin Sisters Could Reveal ‘The Mystery Of Sexuality’

Scientists Say These Twin Sisters Could Reveal ‘The Mystery Of Sexuality’


Rosie Ablewhite and Sarah Nunn are identical twins who scientists now believe can help us understand the mystery surrounding sexual orientation.

The 29-year-old siblings, who have had the same upbringing and share the same genetic code, provide an interesting case for sexuality researchers as Sarah is straight and Rosie identifies as lesbian.

Scientists are now studying the twins, as well as others who fall under similar circumstances, to work out the intricacies of human sexuality. More specifically they want to know when and how it develops.



Speaking to The Times Sarah said:

Any boyfriend instantly felt more at home with Rosie.

She liked football, talked about boy things, played video games. They’d be like, ‘Sarah, you’re really boring. I’m going to go and play with Rosie.’

I’d get jealous that they liked her better.


One method for finding the origin of someone’s sexuality is to look at different ways it can develop ahead of puberty. According to The Times gay people frequently note ‘gender-atypical mannerisms and behaviour’ at a young age. However these accounts can be difficult to establish based off the reliability of an individual’s memory.

In Dr. Gerulf Rieger’s (from the University of Essex) controversial study, Developmental Psychology, he and his colleague Tuesday Watts were able solve this conundrum with photographs.

The two university researchers asked 56 twins with ‘discordant sexual orientations’ to provide pictures from their childhood, to see if people – who were not aware of the experiment’s true intentions – could spot certain traits (i.e. clothing, style of ‘play’) which could lead to one’s sexuality.


A reason why this study has garnered controversy is because it could potentially link sexuality to certain aspects of gender identification. Therefore it could reinforce ‘dated’ stereotypes about boy’s and girls’ ‘innate behaviour’ – problematic.

However, Sarah and Rosie’s old pictures do adhere to some of these so-called ‘stereotypes’.

One picture shows the twin sisters on the swings with Rosie dressed as Superman while Sarah, who played with Barbies and dressed as Wilma from The Flinstones is wearing clothes more ‘traditionally’ associated with a young girl.

Most people point to genetics however Dr. Rieger tells The Times:

What we can do is rule out a few things now. A lot of people jump to the conclusion it must be genetics.

This shows there is something early on, in the early environment, that has nothing to do with genes but can still have a tremendous effect on sexual orientation.


The controversial nature of his study doesn’t seem to bother him either, adding:

It doesn’t matter to me if it’s controversial… It’s very dangerous to start going down the route of thinking that way.

For Rosie and Sarah they still find it strange, after 20 years, that it took so long for them to realise how different they were from each other.

Rosie says she ‘questioned it for so long’, Sarah was ‘boy crazy’ and for a while she tried to be just like her.


However when she had a boyfriend she realised she wasn’t attracted to him, naturally she didn’t want to kiss him, so Sarah being the loving sister she is helped Rosie out.

Sarah tells The Times reporter:

I said to him: “I’m the same . . . I will kiss you.”


As predicted, it seems that neither a nature-versus-nurture environment or genetics can yet provide the final answer to one’s sexual orientation.

Of course, it could be far more useful to stop worrying about the how and why and just get round to accepting that we are a varied and wonderful bunch – and that sexuality is just one of the many incredible facets of a functioning human being.

If you, or someone you know, has questions about his/hers/their sexual orientation you can get advice from LGBTQ+ charity Stonewall.

Woman Catches Her Husband With His Side Chick And Has Him Beat Her Up

Woman Catches Her Husband With His Side Chick And Has Him Beat Her Up

The girlfriend is tough taking that beating while the wife watches.


13 Sad Cringes That'll Make You Cry a Single Dramatic Tear

13 Sad Cringes That'll Make You Cry a Single Dramatic Tear



Married Proffesor Met Firefighters on Tinder - Then Things Got Ugly

Married Proffesor Met Firefighters on Tinder - Then Things Got Ugly

She went by the names Ann, Amanda, and Kendall on Tinder—and some Arizona firefighters apparently swiped the wrong way. The Washington Post has the bizarre story of former Northern Arizona University professor Melissa Ann Santana, who was arrested Oct. 30 on charges of felony stalking and making false statements. She allegedly stalked and harassed three members of the Flagstaff and Globe "Hotshot" firefighting crews, one of their fiancees, and an NAU student. The firefighters are identified only by their initials: Like SM and KT, NL reportedly met the married interior design associate professor—who went by "Ann" and was seeking "daytime fun"—on Tinder. That was in November 2015; NL ended their relationship in June.

He says Santana took it badly and believes she was the one who began harassing him under other aliases, saying at one point, "why not be like the granite mountain hotshots and go die in the fire, like the other dumba-- losers there" (a reference to the 19 firefighters who died in 2013). On Sept. 9, 2016, the superintendent of the Flagstaff Interagency Hotshot Crew got an email from "Cathy McCarthy" alleging that three firefighters traveling to a blaze in Wyoming plied the woman's 15-year-old daughter with booze and had sex with her. Except a special agent with the US Forest Service determined there was no McCarthy, or daughter—per the criminal complaint, it was Santana. She was no longer employed by the university as of Nov. 1, reports KPNX. She faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted, per the Daily Sun.




11 Perfect Tinder Lines You Gotta Try Out Before They're Overused

11 Perfect Tinder Lines You Gotta Try Out Before They're Overused -






21 Hilarious Tweets About Being Single That Will Make You Feel Forever Alone

21 Hilarious Tweets About Being Single That Will Make You Feel Forever Alone






21 People Confess To Having No Shame When It Comes To Being Selfish In Their Relationships

21 People Confess To Having No Shame When It Comes To Being Selfish In Their Relationships -





20 People Who Got Dumped In The Worst Possible Way: While They Were At Work

20 People Who Got Dumped In The Worst Possible Way: While They Were At Work


16 People Admit What *Instantly* Killed A Crush They Had On Someone

16 People Admit What *Instantly* Killed A Crush They Had On Someone

We all develop crushes at school, at work -- basically any place you spend a significant amount of time. And we all LOSE crushes when that person reveals themself to be gross, mean, or just not at all what we expected. I mean, the physical attraction can only go so far. How do your stories stack up against these 16?

1. beibers_new_hat -- Are people still ordering for other people?

He got visibly annoyed when I didn't order what he suggested off of a menu

2. Frankocean2 -- You are a gold digger and for that reason I am out.

Mine was more subtle... the first thing that came of her mouth to talk about former people she had dated was economic issues. You know:

"Oh, he was loaded"

"Oh, he took me to Paris for the weekend".

Made me realize her priorities.

3. SufferingSaxifrage -- That's when you need chemistry the most.

Zero chemistry when alone together. Was really into someone from the extended friend group, seemed to get along great when others were around and there was some mutual flirting for a while. The first time we tried to hang out on our own there was just... nothing. I've never had so much uncomfortable silence and conversations aborted after one or two responses...crush gone then and there.

4. PeachFoam -- Be free, butterflies.

He was on his phone the entire time we were having dinner. I didn't feel comfortable asking him to get off of his phone, so I mostly just sat there awkwardly and felt the butterflies leave my stomach.

5. aloofman75 -- Do not treat people like doormats, people. Unless you treat your doormat very well for some reason.

Saw how she treated her doormat of a boyfriend. It was almost cartoonish the way she ordered him to do things and constantly criticized him. She found a guy who knew he was out of her league and totally took advantage of it. Her appeal disappeared pretty quickly after that.

The odd thing is that I had apparently been acting kind of standoffish and boring around her while the crush was on. Once I was over her, I loosened up and acted more like myself and then she started talking to me more. Realizing that I had been making myself less appealing was a nice lesson to learn from that.

6. NonStickRabbit -- What?! Who does this?

We were out driving and he swerved the vehicle to deliberately hit a sparrow whilst laughing.

Yeah nah, bye..

7. xoxomaxine -- You drink, you drive, you lose (dates).

He didn't think drinking and driving was a big deal and admitted to doing it often because he's "more focused when he's drunk".

8. dnaLlamase -- He puts the maniac in pyromaniac.

I saw the guy who I had a crush on, off and on for all of high school attempt to shave his arm hairs with one of the ten lighters he had in his backpack by burning off the hairs.

FYI, He doesn't smoke either. He just really likes fire.

9. queenchristina- -- Yeah, best to squelch that crush, right then and there.

Googling him and finding his Wedding Registry. For that weekend.

10. sbashe5 -- I majored in Assholery and minored in Douchebaggery.

They had almost collegiate pride in putting other people down.

11. RogerRamjet80 -- You had me at 'unflushed poop.'

I saw an unflushed poop in her toilet, with no toilet paper. Tried to convince myself that her cat did it somehow, but deep down I knew, and couldn't look at her the same way after.

12. afarewelltoheads -- Bullet dodged, probably.

She started being a HUGE dick to one of the grad students teaching a lab we were in because she wasn't being allowed to leave early.

13. MexicansInParis -- Understandable.

Because she loved the fact that, according to her, every male friend of her wanted to have sex with her, so she could just keep guys around and fuck them whenever she wanted. That kind of ultra-narcissism killed it for me.

14. sirpoopofpoopington -- Oh no.

Made life decisions by checking some sort of online star sign thing which was basically a random generator of generic sayings.

15. sbrinatheteenagelich -- Yeeah, this one is pretty bad.

Not wanting to have anything to do with his child because he hates his ex, even though his ex isn't even raising the kid, some random lady is.

16. wankerville -- We all know someone like this.

They always had to be right, and if they were wrong they'd manipulate it to where they were somehow right.


12 Tinder Profiles That Are Lessons In What Not To Do

12 Tinder Profiles That Are Lessons In What Not To Do

We're all for honest at this website but these Tinder profiles might be a bit much. Take a look at these ten profiles found on Tinder. Based on what you see, would you swipe right?

1.Tinder Profile #1: A Concealed Weapon

Whatever gets the "point" across.

2.Tinder Profile #2: A Friendly Warning

Warning: Objects on Tinder are more unattractive than they appear.

3.Tinder Profile #3: The Critics Agree

The reviews are in and critics agree...that Faraz is trying too hard.

4.Tinder Profile #4: WTF?

The look of a "cereal" killer.

5.Tinder Profile #5: How The Date Will End

Annabelle will steal your heart.

6.Tinder Profile #6: Someone Punch This Dude

No thanks, we'll stay in the Matrix.

7.Tinder Profile #7: Imagine His Worst Photo

Even matchmakers need love.

8.Tinder Profile #8: Attention Ugly Women

Truth in advertising from Ricky who's not—picky.

9.Tinder Profile #9: A Total Babe

A photobomb that might make you proceed with caution.

10.Tinder Profile #10: Parents Can Be So Cruel

Meet Brandon. She's a woman. She hates her name. Her nickname might be worse.

11.Tinder Profile #11: Always Password Protect

Well if we're looking on the bright side of things, Mike is certainly free to check out Tinder now.

12.Tinder Profile #12: She's A Keeper

Melissa was possessed with a desire to hook up on Tinder

40 People Share The Worst Moves They've Pulled In Relationships

40 People Share The Worst Moves They've Pulled In Relationships


Disloyal man walking with his girlfriend and looking amazed at another seductive girl

Reading through this fine batch of strikingly discouraging times people let the worst sides of themselves come out during relationships serves as a crash course manual in what NOT to do to the people you're romantically invested in. If these people were trying to take shortcuts to ending their relationships quick as possible, then mission accomplished.

Then again, love makes folks do some damn crazy, nonsensical things. Whatever you do though, don't break up with someone through text. That's gotta be one of the worst symptoms, or results rather, from dating someone in a technology-addicted world.


Woman Reveals Why She Took Her Boyfriend’s Son’s Virginity

Woman Reveals Why She Took Her Boyfriend’s Son’s Virginity



Well, this is going to be a weird Thanksgiving… How do you get in this situation in the first place?

David dated Tasha. Tasha then slept with David’s 18-year-old son Jake, taking his virginity. Jake then said he did it to test Tasha.

For whatever reason, Tasha is joyously angry. David is pretty much over it, despite the fact his son slept with his girlfriend.

Jeremy is left speechless when a man’s son admits to sleeping with his father’s girlfriend and losing his virginity to her.

The host lost it. This whole thing is wild.

“Even by my standards, this is a bit shocking,” Jeremy says.

Tasha later says she slept with Jake to get back at David for showing an apparent lack of affection in their relationship.

Check out the video below:


21 Of The Weirdest Niche Dating Sites

21 Of The Weirdest Niche Dating Sites


Whether or not you want to admit it, you have at least one online dating profile right now, and if you’re reading this, it’s probably not going well. Even if you can meet someone on catch-all dating sites like OKCupid or Tinder, there’s no guarantee that you’re actually going to be compatible with the creep you meet online. That’s why you’ve got to go deeper into the Internet to find your soul mate. Put on your e-glasses and check out some of the weirdest dating sites online. And before you ask, yes, they’re full of sexy singles that want to meet you.

We don’t know who said "opposites attract," but that’s usually just when you’re talking about magnets. In the dating world, meeting an opposite is a complete drag. Especially if whatever you’re into isn’t considered "normal," or "sanitary." If you live your life on the fringes of society, finding love can be a Sisyphean task. That’s why you need to dive deep into the dark underbelly of the web and find someone who wants to talk about horses with you until the sun comes up. If you find your main squeeze through this list of the weirdest niche dating sites, please don’t invite us to the wedding.

Vote on the niche dating site that you think is the weirdest, and if you know of other hookup sites that are way too specific, tell us about them in the comments.

This Guy Was Brutally Rejected In An Extremely Clever Way But At Least He Got To Go Viral

This Guy Was Brutally Rejected In An Extremely Clever Way But At Least He Got To Go Viral

Nick Pallone has gone extremely viral for being extremely rejected.

The man, the myth, the legend.

The 19-year-old college student told BuzzFeed, "When I’m bored every now and then I’ll slide in a DM and use a corny pick-up line," a not-at-all annoying hobby.On Tuesday, Nick did not throw away his shot and


Nick probably thought he was super smooth by going with an alphabet-based pick up line that's not "If I could rearrange the alphabet, I would put U and I together." But alas, it was still super cheesy.

People were in awe of the object of his affection's clever-as-hell response, beating the hitter-onner at his own game.



Rest in peace, man.




Hey, it could have been worse.



Some people are still hopeful that Nick will find love someday. Others aren't.


Nick didn't score with the girl but he a taste of sweet, sweet viral fame, which is a reward that would never cheat or leave you.







































21 People Reveal Their Strangest Dating Deal-Breakers

21 People Reveal Their Strangest Dating Deal-Breakers


Some Folks Are Freaked (And Grossed) Out By This Couple's 34-Year Age Gap

Some Folks Are Freaked (And Grossed) Out By This Couple's 34-Year Age Gap

Milind Soman, a 52-year-old Indian actor and former male model, is in the news for one reason and one reason only: his girlfriend’s age. And how old is his girlfriend Ankita Konwar? 18-years-old. Illegal? No. Creepy and disturbing? Yes.

Soman recently took it to his Instagram to share a photo of he and Konwar and that kick-started the chaos.


And even though people were grossed out by this, Soman had no problem sharing another selfie of he and his extremely young girlfriend, who he has been dating for four months.


Now check out some of the internet’s reactions:





Although dating expert Tammy Shaklee, founder of match-making service He’s For Me, doesn’t think it’s a big deal. Here’s what she said.

“I do believe everyone deserves their special someone, whatever that looks like to them. I do know couples with a 30-year age difference who are genuinely in love. Love is love — as long as it’s a legal age, of course.”

But hey, when it comes down to it they are both of legal age so they can do what they want as long as they don’t hurt anyone. Who am I kidding, it’s still pretty damn bizarre.

17 Eye-Opening Secrets From People In Triad Relationships

17 Eye-Opening Secrets From People In Triad Relationships