BY Taia Handlin
on Sep 10, 2015
Not too long ago, I was talking to a friend of mine about Tinder. She said she loved swiping through Tinder because, since the profiles are 500 characters or less (usually they’re much, much less), there’s a bigger air of mystery than OkCupid. “It’s more like meeting someone in a bar. You don’t know everything about them before you meet them,” she said. Well, I call bullshit on that nice theory. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Sep 15, 2014
On the phone, things with Ed were going well, which was why I went out with him despite his having what my friend Erica identified as a case of “Jersey face.” His corporate headshot, which he’d sent me upon answering my (totally benign/wholesome) Craigslist ad, featured a slight downward tip of the head, pursed thin lips, jowls pushed up and almost over his collar thanks to the tie, and the brown hair and eyes of a Jewish man with a smidge of Italian.
Before we met, we had two epic phone conversations that made me think we connected. Read More
BY Lindsay Harris
on Aug 14, 2013
Oh, the woes of the disastrous first date: the silences, the bad smells, the off-putting comments… it's all be enough to make someone lie in bed weeping for days while scrolling the pages of “Forever Alone."
Or it could provide excruciatingly exhilarating stories to share with friends, grandchildren, or the entire Internet community! The date may have been shitty, but it sure is fun to laugh about! That's the attitude Rhodri Marsden takes with his book Crap Dates: Disastrous Encounters from Single Life, a compendium of tweets he received on his twitter, @FirstDateHell. Read More