Online dating failblog

08-Jul-2019 17:33

They may not have been exactly what was being asked for.

They may not be morally, physically or spiritually correct. Hell, they might even be factually inaccurate and dumb, but we still have a love of dumb but clever jokes that are technically true.

For a cute but big cat fail, here's a mistaken animal lover who thought she'd found a stray cat. This viral Twitter thread effectively breaks down what it's like living with grief.

The cool and collected nature of this patron just trying to enjoy his cocktail with a fresh lit cigarette, while being held up at gunpoint is heroic. It features the "ball and box" analogy to illustrate living with grief, and many folks seem to be connecting deeply with it.

Makes the millennials look pretty reasonable after all.

What can we say, maybe this Tumblr user's cat is hot?

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.

Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.Sometimes dating can be too serious: What should you wear? Bragging Rights: Stories that have to be shared Lead by Emily Macintosh, a 30-something single living in Los Angeles, My Life on Match and More explores the ups and downs of online dating. It’s easy to see why her readers trust and respect her. Social Clout: 3,748 followers, 333 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Laughing about life Single Girlie could easily cry about her single life, but instead she makes the best of it by sharing her experiences with readers like you. These dating sites are sure to entertain and shock you, all while taking your mind of your dating life. Social Clout: 2,347 followers, 59 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Inspiring vaginas since 2009 Sex, Lies and Bacon is the brainchild of Melysa Schmitt, a single mom candidly sharing her adventures in dating. Douchetastic,” Schmitt hopes to encourage others to follow their own path to love.Twitter user @calluna_, responded to a professor who complained about the millennials being the lamest, most intolerable generation by transcribing a collection of 18th century student disciplinary records, and sharing her findings.Turns out things were pretty out of control in the 18th century.

Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.

Sometimes dating can be too serious: What should you wear? Bragging Rights: Stories that have to be shared Lead by Emily Macintosh, a 30-something single living in Los Angeles, My Life on Match and More explores the ups and downs of online dating. It’s easy to see why her readers trust and respect her. Social Clout: 3,748 followers, 333 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Laughing about life Single Girlie could easily cry about her single life, but instead she makes the best of it by sharing her experiences with readers like you.

These dating sites are sure to entertain and shock you, all while taking your mind of your dating life. Social Clout: 2,347 followers, 59 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Inspiring vaginas since 2009 Sex, Lies and Bacon is the brainchild of Melysa Schmitt, a single mom candidly sharing her adventures in dating. Douchetastic,” Schmitt hopes to encourage others to follow their own path to love.

Twitter user @calluna_, responded to a professor who complained about the millennials being the lamest, most intolerable generation by transcribing a collection of 18th century student disciplinary records, and sharing her findings.

Turns out things were pretty out of control in the 18th century.

Fortunately, she shoots her shot at the end of the texting exchange, and he seems to return the move with interest.