Internet dating from hell book
Instant rejection or the chance of a second glance.
The possibility of a new relationship based solely on your physical attributes and your ability to ‘take a nice photo’ as my late mother would say.
Their skin has no valleys to catch the shade, no wrinkles to trace the contours. I feel safe going on my own and Jess plays good music but it’s hardly a contact sport. Thrilling and I look just fabulous in waterproof clothing. Guardian Soulmates have emailed – they’ve got a sale on. Elaine has now been been experimenting with free dating apps such as the dreaded Tinder – which she is assured is not just for sex. Happn ‘for when your paths cross’ (#stalker) and Tastebuds which promises to match your tastes – and seems to be matching hers to 25-year-olds in Wembley.
So we fake it and try not to simper, leer or dribble. Photo Photoshopped and taken four years ago, Fig B.
Follow Ventker through the trials and tribulations of her quest to find "Mr.Photo taken three months ago, not Photoshopped, Fig A. I can’t be the only woman who looks at a bloke’s profile pic and thinks, ‘Would I like that bearing down on me? I do that with my daughter or couples that I know but I can hardly roam around the saloon bar with my knuckles on the floor, sniffing out the singles. ’ Men are fond of the Action Man pose, ‘Here’s me up a mountain, I’m well fit,’ with a very large fish or bizarrely, with a small child or a young girl, which we hope is their daughter but experience yells at me, ‘Beware the spawn of my ex-wife.’ It is a ridiculous state of affairs. This whole business is based on the hope that a passport photo and 30 quid a month will bring love or at least a nice dinner and some sweaty sex. It's humorous but also helps the reader avoid some mistakes the author made and what to look out for..including some do's and dont's.Be prepared to hear about some whacka doodles and laugh but on..." Read more of this review » This group is dedicated to connecting readers with Goodreads authors.