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Exposé of America’s Dating Sites: The Sick, the Twisted, and the Random

The Morally Questionable Oww, my conscience hurts! Marrymesugardaddy.com: Only a true gold-digger would find a way to make a profit off of gold-digging. The women on this site consist of gorgeous 20-something girls whose ample bosoms appear to compensate for their complete lack of morals. Anastasiadate.com: Ever wish finding a significant other was as easy […]

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The 10 Commandments of Online Dating

Follow these commandments or I shall smite you. Totally kidding, I hardly ever smite anyone. 1. Thou shalt not ever meet for the first time for more than coffee/drinks (i.e. something that thou could potentially get out of ASAP if thou’s date beith a total creeper). When your potential match.com boyfriend asks you what you want […]

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Why I Broke-up with OKCupid

Unfortunately, I cannot take credit for this awesome picture. It was posted online by a very talented 12 year-old. So, girlsdrool99, whoever you are, I thank you. I have found there to be two main criteria that must be met before considering someone a dating prospect: the first is chemistry and the second is compatibility. […]

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Online Dating: The Male Demographic

My extensive online-dating research (i.e. my continual failure to find anyone with boyfriend-potential online) has lead me to reach some interesting conclusions regarding the type of men that you will be most likely to find on these sites. Let’s break it down, shall we? The “Psych!”: As in, “based on my pictures you thought I was […]

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The Asshole Awards

Today’s goal was to write a post about the horrors of online dating. However, when I signed into my free online dating account and started trolling through some of my suggested matches, inspiration took me in another direction and I decided to let the assholes speak for themselves. I have decided to simply cut and paste […]

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