Was this a success or a failure?

25 03 2009

We found this while surfing the forums of other dating sites….

“I’ve met some jerks in my life, but this one has been by far the worst. I’ll start off by saying how I noticed a lot of men here complain about not getting messages. Therefore, I decided to take it upon myself to message men in my area who I found interesting. This one in particular was creative, intelligent and handsome…or so his profile led me to believe. We messaged each other on and off through here and IM for about 3 weeks before we met. It’s amazing how much of a connection you can make with someone just by talking to them online. We had a lot in common and a lot of the same outlooks. I could not wait to meet him in person.

So the day we meet rolls around and I dress up nicely and wear my hair beautifully, and let’s face it…I looked HOT. We meet at a little cafe/restaurant place, and he was just…rude. He barely made eye contact with me, he spoke in a bored monotone voice. I did most of the talking, and I swear to God he would kind of roll his eyes in a childish way. He habitually checked his watch and his cell phone. When the meal ended he only offered to pay for his half, and then bails. Doesn’t offer me a ride or anything. What did I do wrong? It was so depressing since I really liked him online.

Naturally, I go home and drink almost a full bottle of wine when I get a text message from him. He asks if I want to come over his place and hang out, maybe watch a movie. I thought “This is great, he’s going to make it up to me and maybe he was just nervous before”. Well I get there and drink some more with him, and next thing you know we’re having sex. At the end of the night he calls me a cab and I go home, THINKING that this is just the first of many dates. The last thing he said was that he’d call to take me out to concert nearby.

A week comes and goes, no word from him. I text him and no reply. I call and get the answering machine. I write him on Okcupid and he deletes his whole account. I was so baffled. That was until saw that he created a NEW profile just yesterday. All it says is that he had a bad okcupid experience, and to please have a full shot of your body.

Ok. I get what this asshole did. He treated me like complete shit because I’m not super model skinny. I don’t have a full body pic, but I did tell him that I was average, which is TRUE. I am average, I have curves, I don’t fit into a size skinny jeans. Is this reason to treat me the way he did? GOD it’s scumbags like these which make me lose all faith in mankind!!!”

If only there was a site where both members knew exactly what they wanted and what they were getting into….

OnlineBootyCall.com

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OnlineBootyCall.com, John Legend & Estelle Party

17 01 2009

OnlineBootyCall.com invited us out to their afterparty in San Diego for John Legend and Estelle’s Birthday.  The place (Stingaree) was packed, it was a total blast and my god, so may hot girls!  There’s pic of Moses and Estelle below from the party and Bossip did a little article too.

We have to say, although we’re a bit biased here, that it’s so great to see an online dating site like OnlineBootyCall.com expanding the casual dating scene.  Their awesome parties are a much welcomed contrast from eharmony’s stuffy, fumpy and boring approach to dating.

If anyone wants to see some better pics of John Legend, Moses Brown & Estelle, check out the pro’s from wireimage

It was great to have some celebs in SD that really know how to party!  Estelle and John Legend sang and the ladies went wild, which was, Awesome!

Moses Brown, OnlineBootyCall.com and Estelle

Moses Brown, OnlineBootyCall.com and Estelle

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John Legend & Moses Brown, OnlineBootyCall.com

We got some great video at the party too, but I’ll have to put that up after I detox for a bit haha….





Alec on Kissing Aniston

18 11 2008

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I think my love affair for Jennifer Aniston started when she was in the movie Office Space.  I also think that movie really solidified my distaste for cubicals, but that’s another post.  I can’t say that Brad was a fool for going for Angalina, but I must say that Jennifer is one amazing woman.

Anyway in my daily cruising around the web, I came across this little story from New York Magazine which gives Alec’s thoughts on Kissing Aniston, who played a crazy lover on an episode of 30 Rock.

Alec also talks a bit about if crazy people are great lovers or not.  The short of it:  girls = yes, guys = no.

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Lonely…

13 11 2008

Dating can be lonely, when things don’t go well for you.. Click on the comic strip below to see where the story leads..

Dating Can Be Lonely..

Dating Can Be Lonely..





Simpsons on Marriage

12 11 2008


I don’t think I need to go into the long running history of the Simpsons. I grew up with the show and still love it. It has for many years made Sundays with my own family much more enjoyable, even to the point of being able to tolerate them.

With that said, Homer and Marge haven’t always had the easiest marriage. After all, Homer is pretty much a big goof-ball. This last episode covered some of the more rocky parts of their marriage and was yet another awesome Simpsons episode. Anyone can guess how all the issues worked out, but it’s still an important reminder of the real issues we all (cartoons and humans) face in marriage.

Worth the watch if you’ve got nothing better to do. Check it out here on Hulu.

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Top Iraqi Dating Site

28 10 2008

Looks like our favorite site www.OnlineBootyCall.com is kicking some ass.  They’re currently the top dating site in Iraq, thanks of course to the soldiers.  Get the full story and click below:

http://digg.com/world_news/OnlineBootyCall_com_Top_Dating_Site_In_Iraq





Marky Mark on Marriage

23 10 2008

Now that we’ve been at this blog for a minute, I’ve come to realize just how much attention celebrity relationships get. I don’t think all the attention is unwarranted. Celebrity relationships are usually interesting, especially so, because a great many of them end in total disaster. This helps to explain their special place in the public eye. Right up there along side train wrecks.

Mark Wahlberg may prove however to be the exception to the rule. (we’re open to taking bets on this). He has announced his engagement and wedding next summer to his long time girl-friend and mother of his children Rhea Durham.

What we found unique about this announcement was that Wahlberg included reasons as to why he was ready for marriage and how he thinks marriage will improve their relationship.

“I wasn’t prepared to be married – I don’t care who it was – at [age] 20 or 30,” said Wahlberg. But now, he says, he’s ready for “committing to really making it work constantly and all the other things that go into building a solid foundation.”

People Magazine gives the full story with all the details on how Wahlberg plans to change his life as he prepares for marriage and the new responsibility.

There’s no guarantee how the marriage will turn out, but we want to give credit where credit is due. Mark Wahlberg, great job on waiting to get married until you had shown to yourself, and those that mattered most, that you had earned the responsibility and you were ready to commit to it!

If you’re not like Mark and still want to be free and wild, we suggest you check out OnlineBootyCall.com, where singles actually enjoy being single!