The majority of online daters are passionate, interesting people who are just looking for a fun night out or a little romance. You could spend months or years online dating and never receive a message that makes you feel uncomfortable. But sadly, the large number of good, upstanding daters doesn't change the fact there is still a sizeable population of weirdos, perverts, and just plain socially inept souls who fill inboxes with poorly-spelled and innuendo-laden messages.
Here are 26 people who almost ruin online dating for everyone else.
Never, ever ask this man for his guacamole recipe.
Weird pick up line or a new parent looking for feeding advice? Either way, I've just permanently lost my appetite for milk.
At least he asked for permission?
That went from weird, to awkward, to pathetic -- all in under a minute.
No, seriously. She works for the Department of Weights and Measures.
I believe that's a line from the first draft of a Shakespeare sonnet.
Get it?? Gross.
Come for the online dating, stay for the guys who reveal their self-esteem issues.
Who doesn't love a man who blackmails others with the threat of kicking his mother out of the house?
He hates anyone he doesn't already know.
The 2013 winter census is mostly about favorite pizza toppings.
Nothing says "catch" like 19th century psychology.
She handled that in the best way possible.
Is that Jesse from Breaking Bad?? "Hey Pete, let me tell you about this girl who never responds to my texts..."
It's important to value the opinions of others.
You don't even want to see what he considers "sauve."
"And that's how I met your mother."
That's certainly a bolder introduction than "How are you?"
lol idk y u give TMI.
It's looking for a heart rate monitor to call its very own.
Somehow, his grammar is more offensive than what he actually said.
Dating rule of thumb--never bring up the "hungry bear" before the third date.
"And if that goes ok, maybe we could have dinner some time."
Honestly, who doesn't love slowly healing bones?