Can someone let this guy know that I think he missed the point???
Could have been a love story…
While many of my friends have found love from online dating, it seems more and more like finding a needle in a haystack. Finding a normal guy in the real world is hard enough but give them the Internet to hide behind and the freaks come out to play. Ladies, try to dodge these bullets. Men, please take note that you are creeping us out, BIG TIME.
Ummm.. NO?! I do not want to be raped by you, strange man from the Internet. Thanks anyway.
Did you just admit this on the Internet for everyone to see?! I don’t know what’s worse. The fact that you think this is acceptable to put out into the world or the fact that you actually believe this.
You cannot be that excited about everything. Enough with the exclamation points !!
Sarcasm is really hard to pull off online. Unless you’re serious… in which case I am even less interested.
You lost me at “I’m 18”
The fact that you said, “I don’t bite” makes me think you do.
Gee, I hope so.
It started out so well and then BAM. Nothing attracts a woman like bringing STDs into the conversation.
This is just a personal pet peeve of mine. Yes, I get it. We all need water and air and stuff to live. It’s not that clever.
It doesn’t bother me the amount. What bothers me is someone who is willing to put their salary on the Internet for strangers to see. That’s weird, no?
I like dogs.
You got it right the second time! Know the difference between “you’re” and “your.”
What sends you running for the hills?
Another day, another scary online dating message. In case you were concerned, there is no shortage of creepers in the world of online dating. Let’s check up this round-up…
Some context – In one of my pictures I am holding a dog. Now this message is weird.
Ah! You’re Jewish! That’s all I needed to know.
100% not interested.
This message basically just propositioned me to have casual sex. Men are so charming these days.
Whoa.. slow down buddy.
Coming on a bit strong Frank.
Back to the online dating game. Same creepers, different day. What would you do with these messages?
That doesn’t creep me out… No… Not at all…
Clever. I will give you that. But I’m gunna go with Guantanamo.
Being a med student allows you to be a creeper? That’s news to me.
If someone actually said this in real life, I’m not sure how I would respond. It is so beyond cheesy that I can’t handle it.
Note: this was a SECOND message. After I didn’t respond to the first, he sent through this one. Now I know I made the right choice.
That was the whole message. Yup.
The very popular dating app which acts as a “hot or not” tool has completely failed me. I am waving my white flag and giving up. Here’s why:
1. The Naked Guy.
What the fuck dude. I was not expecting your ass in my face,
2. The Mis-labeled Guy.
Seeing as I put “Girl seeking Guys” something here isn’t right… Peggy must be wondering why she isn’t getting any matches.
3. The Married Guy.
Even if you are divorced… this is not the picture you use to WOO me.
4. The Underaged Boy.
I don’t care what age you listed. You are 12.
5. The Mystery Guy.
Which one are you?
6. The Creepy Guy.
Annnnd I have nightmares.
Back by popular demand (okay we’re really just back because we have some more creepy messages), we have another addition of OKCreeper for you! OKCupid never seems to disappoint and lately we have been blessed with some interesting messages for your viewing pleasure:
Huh?! If you looked at my profile you would have seen that I speak English and only English. HOWEVER, I am a resourceful girl and know how to use Google so I see this is what you really meant to send me:
What a guy. He complimented me, sent me a smiley face, etc. #swoon. It was only until a few hours later when I got this…
Welcome back to another addition of OKCreeper! If you were every curious about joining the online dating scene (OKCupid specifically) here is a quick look at what you would be getting into. Some of these are mine and others from friends. The names of these suave men have been deleted as to protect their identity. To see more OKCreeper click here.
Aaand we’re back again because the creepy men of the Internet never sleep! Here’s another look at what goes on when using OKCupid. Some of these are mine and others from friends. This just proved that there is no shortage of OKCreepers. Yes these are real. Yes I’m hiding usernames to try to be nice. No, we didn’t message these men back. To see more OKCreeper click here.
Like all single ladies with a smartphone, I recently heard of an app called Tinder. Essentially, the idea is “hot or not” but taking it a step further. If you decide you like someone and think they are attractive, they now have the ability to message you. If they like you back then you are past the first hurdle of wondering if that person is interested or not! There’s just one problem with this app so far…
Repeat after me… Jailbait.
Tinder is the bare bones. It connects to Facebook so you can see if you have friends in common or similar interests but really all you get is pictures, name, and age. That, my friends, is very dangerous. As you breeze through at a mile a minute you are judging purely on looks. Every so often a hottie catches your eye and you stop to view details. BAM. You find out the handsome man is actually a man-boy that is only 19. NOT OKAY PEOPLE.
Then we have another problem… Instead of looking at looks you only look at age until you find someone acceptable and can then check if they are good looking. You come across a 27 year old. He’s handsome. YAY! You click on his info… BAM. His info says “I’m actually 17 but Tinder wouldn’t let me join unless I was older ha ha.” NOT OKAY PEOPLE.
Why is this app populated by itty bitty nugget men? And even worse, why do I find them attractive?! To be fair, kids these days look a lot older than when I was in high school. When you’re in a tux, I assume you are at your friend’s wedding… not at your PROM.
In conclusion, Tinder needs age ranges. Oh, and don’t judge me…
Do you use Tinder? What do you think?!