Individually, they really did creep me the heck out.
Haha.1) “I would like to introduce you to my other slaves.”2) “I’m so glad you gave me your number…
It’ll be a smash.”9) “I would like to meet you face to face, you are so beautiful when you sleep.”10) “Nice endowment.”11) Him: My wife recently passed away. I really have to go now.12) “i am a vampire and i fly over your house and your work and watch you. i’ve already let my master see you he thinks you’re ready.”13) “So I was thinking, we are clearly the two best looking people on this site and we should take advantage of it.
What do you say we go to Vegas and get married then make a happy family of perfectly aesthetic children that are so awe striking they make world rulers drop to their knees and beg to pay us huge sums of money for the genetic code.
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Because, if we can't laugh at our own online-dating mishaps, what kind of civilization are we?
“Okay single peeps, knowing that I might use it in a blog post, what is the creepiest or weirdest thing someone has ever written to you on a dating website or app?
” That was the question I asked over on the Single Dad Laughing Facebook wall. And by hilarious, I mean that as a whole they make me laugh.
"It all started while sitting around The Rookery one night with Jamie [the owner] and some friends, lamenting about the dating scene in Bushwick and NYC in general," Tan Roberts, the event's organizer, explained in an interview with Bushwick Daily.
"We got to talking about online dating and how creepy it can be; I pulled up the [Ok Cupid] app on my phone and started reading some of the more disturbing, unsolicited messages I had received — as if [they were] poetry.