What could be less horny than a raging pandemic in which you are legally obliged to stay more than 2 metres away from everyone? And people are coughing and spluttering and can't taste anything? For so long that it's become the norm? Even those who can have sex haven't necessarily wanted it. Even so, the past year or so hasn't put a halt on dating.
15 Chilling Online Dating Stories That Ended In Murder
But not every date turns out like an eHarmony ad. So in observance of Valentine's Day, we consulted readers, friends, a few experts, and a number of sites notably Craigslist Personals to gather the funniest, strangest, and most horrific online dating stories we could find. Lonely people, broken hearts, false claims, dashed expectations, doctored photos, bailouts, and no-shows--it's all part of the online dating experience, and we unearthed a little of everything. The old mid-date disappearing act has taken on a whole new utility in the age of Internet dating. I get an ad from a guy roughly my age who has a hot bike, and some pics showing he's fairly attractive. We e-mail back and forth a bit, he says he's definitely looking for the same thing, and finally we agree to meet at a coffee shop.
16 Dating Horror Stories That'll Make You Secretly Grateful We're Social Distancing
Let's face it — online dating is fun for no one. If you're not going to spend Valentine's Day with a boo, then curl up on a comfy couch and scroll through the worst dating app stories that might literally make you gasp out loud. Between dodging catfishes to praying your date is a real person and not a bot, the odds of finding love through an app can feel pretty low. I came across this really cute guy with a great job and a witty bio that convinced me we would hit it off. He agreed and I thought that was the end of it.