Jokes about dating on the internet
Simon Barrett tweeted out this gem: “Yo girl, are you a zero APR loan?
Because I don’t really understand your terms and you keep saying you have no interest.” That’ll kill if you’re dating in the financial sector.
“You had me at the proper use of ‘you’re'” one Pinterest card reads.
Another online dater says she wants to quickly meet dates offline “to lower the odds of me being turned off by your shoddy grammar and punctuation.” Smart. Have you lived in a box (but not a Tardis) for the past decade?
One unfortunate would-be-funny-if-he-weren’t-so-crude single got kicked off e Harmony for answering the personal question, “What do you like most in a woman? The dating site flagged the profile for its inappropriate language and kept this dick from offending single women online.
No doubt this lonely dude thought a sexual reference would be a flirtatious way to get a girl’s attention, and, hey, points for creativity.
However, some high-integrity dating platforms have chosen to fight back.
A lot of online daters can sympathize with this plot twist.
You show up to a first date expecting a beautiful new companion and instead find your worst nightmare.
Online dating can be a beautiful, efficient 21st-century way to find IRL love.
But it can also be a cesspool of gross messages, photos of men holding giant dead fish and seemingly endless and awkward small talk.As Meme Center astutely points out, sometimes your expectations get ahead of you, and that attractive, witty girl is too good to be true.