London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 13, 2012 -- Disappointed Daters Let Rip
Hilarious http://www.DatingDisasters.Me launches after Valentine's Day
Today, 15.02.2012 a hilarious new website launches, aimed at the relentless dating community. Men and women, straight, gay or bisexual, can anonymously read, rate, comment on and share the disastrous, aggravating or simply hilarious stories they have come across during their quest to find love or if not quite love then maybe at least sex.
Going on a date can be great fun. For those optimistic enough to still believe in love, it can be the beginning of the rest of their lives - together.
Everyone always thinks that the next date will be better. And then it actually happens. They meet, talk, have a drink or even dinner, possibly even have sex and then realise it's yet another disaster.
Here are some examples of tales from the site:
User "givenUp" writes: Rent A Womb I once met a guy on a night out, swapped numbers and the very next conversation I had with him he asked me what babies names I liked... And was serious!
Sit On My Face
Met this guy, we had a drink and hit it off. So we went to my place. We had a snog and a bit of a fumble when he told me he wanted me to sit on his face. It seemed the only thing to get him going so I agreed. I sat there bemused for probably 10 minutes (seemed more like an hour) with him growling and getting more and more turned on ... until I just could not go on anymore...
I got up, he got upset and that was the end of that.
I talked to a girl online. She was very fit. After a while we realised that we had been on a date a few years back. Neither of us remembered why things did not progress. So we decided to meet up again. We went for a drink. We went on to have dinner. Great date.
Then we went for a walk and she kissed me.
Then I remembered. Her kissing was so bad it was unbearable it was impossible to continue.
You cannot teach a 35 year old how to kiss. arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh.
Founder Achim Kram said; "We are looking for similar stories - and would like to encourage everyone to share them anonymously with others. Perhaps then you may realise that others have experienced even worse!"
To read and post stories, visit http://www.DatingDisasters.Me
Note to editors
For more information please email AKram@datingDisasters.Me or call Achim Kram on 07785231490