The stories are raunchy and ridiculous, which makes them all the better!If you’re always telling your friends, “My life could be a sitcom,” this is the site for you.Again, change your photo frequently to keep things fresh.Choose photos that make people laugh but also intrigue them enough to want to learn more about you.
Social Clout: 5,439 followers URL: Bragging Rights: Lightening up the seriousness of dating Created by the ever-popular Cheezburger.com, the Fail Blog portion of the site has everything you love about Cheezburger but with a dating twist.
Well look no further than Why They’re Single, a site created by a man who met the love of his life online, only after sorting through hundreds of ridiculous emails, awkward profiles, weird photos and disturbing online matches.
This site will shock you, amuse you and fill you with nostalgia all at the same time – guaranteed.
Stephens has been publishing online since 2004, most recently as a contributing author for the Oregon Encyclopedia Project.
Sometimes dating can be too serious: What should you wear? Bragging Rights: Stories that have to be shared Lead by Emily Macintosh, a 30-something single living in Los Angeles, My Life on Match and More explores the ups and downs of online dating. It’s easy to see why her readers trust and respect her. Social Clout: 3,748 followers, 333 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Laughing about life Single Girlie could easily cry about her single life, but instead she makes the best of it by sharing her experiences with readers like you.
The site teaches readers not to get a tattoo of an ex or talk about castrating horses on the first date, in case you didn’t know not to do those things.