Dating disasaters

I guess somewhere around the tenth bizarre date, I decided to start chronicling these tales if for no other reason than to laugh hysterically at myself later on in life.If you don’t write this stuff down, it has a tendency to fall into the vortex of space in your brain where all the lost song lyrics go – and I couldn’t suffer through these dates only to have that happen, now could I?This wiki How teaches you how to avoid being scammed on dating sites.Online dating scammers tend to target people who have a large amount of information in their profiles, and the scam is usually based around stealing money, credit card information, or personal information from the victim.Her stories tell about the gross, the dangerous, and the irritating, all the while adding a little bit of quirky into them, to make them humorous for Online Dating Disasters is a short, quick read.It's very funny and made me glad I never went through the drudgery of online dates.The industry profits almost 2 billion dollars per year with roughly 90% of all single persons in the United States belonging to presently, or at one point, an online dating service.While there are many happy endings, there are just as many or more dating disasters that come from online dating.

It’s been a lovely mix of normal-to-boring and bat-shit-crazy, but mostly the latter if I’m being honest.

Try not to kill each other on the way to snatching these fellows up – there’s plenty to go around! The stories the author, Abbie Taylor, tells, reminds us that people are rarely who they say they are, and the power behind the secrecy is the internet.

I received this book while it was on a free Kindle promotion. You can be anything you want to be, and in most cases, it's a lie.

So here you have it – a collection of my experiences with the Internet’s finest.

From men who shared too much too soon to those who were just out-of-this-world strange, I’m pretty sure I’ve dated one of every type of guy out there.

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