Adventures in online dating blog
For the first event I told the men that I was a stewardess and was away most of the time and therefore not looking for anything serious.As a professional chef, I showed my best sophisticated and educated face, and, as a fashion model, I was uncomplicated and bubbly. Sarah enlightens us on a daily basis with the newest trends as (and often before) they transpire. Having traveled to over 70 countries, she earns her living writing, blogging (Insider Diva.com) and modeling while on the road. Sick of wasting time on online dating just to find out that you have no chemistry in person?Wondering if you want to try speed dating to save time? For research, (oh, the things we journalists have to do in the name of research…) I attended three fun-filled speed dating events.The site focuses on online dating situations that are both funny and desperate.
So I decided to spend some time trying to make the process of dating itself more fun. TL; DR for the impatient: Pay for professional photos, put a lot of effort into your profile, pay for extra features, only go on dates you will enjoy even if it turns out you’re not attracted to the other person, be picky, reject people quickly, never give reasons for rejections, don’t think about people who reject you, reframe bad experiences as great stories to tell your friends, pay attention to red flags, use helpful tools, try the new dating app Bumble if you are a straight feminist man or woman.Social Clout: 5,439 followers URL: Bragging Rights: Lightening up the seriousness of dating Created by the ever-popular Cheezburger.com, the Fail Blog portion of the site has everything you love about Cheezburger but with a dating twist.You could spend hours scrolling through the side-splitting photos, videos and news posts.Well, Catherinette is here to uncover those lies and get to the truth when it comes to dating.With clever articles and hilarious nicknames for her dates like “Hairy Mc Backsweat,” you can’t go wrong with this funny dating blog.