Editor's note: Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Bartz are the sarcastic brains behind humor blog and book "Stuff Hipsters Hate." When they're not trolling Brooklyn for new material, Ehrlich works as a senior writer at MTV, and Bartz is a news editor at Psychology Today. Your missive doesn't have to be Pulitzer-worthy, by any means -- although spell check really doesn't hurt -- but there's a whole passel of openers that will get you deleted from a digital dater's heart. Got a question about etiquette in the digital world? (CNN) -- If you're young, urban and didn't import a significant other from college, it's pretty likely that you're on an online dating site.
This is the guy that will fill a woman’s inbox or DM’s (direct messages) with ultra urgent pleas for sex. Then, when a woman tells these guys they aren’t interested, they more than likely insult the woman.
The mornings are dark, the evenings are darker, and with another New Year comes the creeping existential dread that you have NO IDEA WHAT ON EARTH YOU ARE DOING WITH YOUR LIFE.
Just as January is therefore a popular month for job hunting and kick-starting niche hobbies, so the online dating scene really heats up. Enough of this dying alone business,” singles everywhere think to themselves.
She told me all about this great man she met while browsing a few dating sites. We chatted for about a week before we decided to officially meet. He's handsome and smart, but his job is always taking him across the country. The story he's telling you, that they're trying to split things up (and that they're doing it for the kids), is usually B.
Here are three guys you meet online (or in person) that you NEED to stay away from at all costs:1. Still Married If a man lives in the same house as his wife, there's a good chance he's still married.