The dating biz is a small one. Pretty much everyone who gives dating and relationship advice in the U.S. is someone with whom I've crossed paths at one point in time, and most of them are pretty darn good people. A perfect example is my friend, Jennifer Kelton, who is the founder of BadOnlineDates.com.
Find humor, catharsis and knowledge in sharing these kinds of experiences.
Although it sounds negative, Jennifer finds humor, catharsis and knowledge in sharing these kinds of experiences, and she's giving you the chance to participate. Just send her your best worst date story through badonlinedates.com and have a chance to win a $50 gift card, a ''Worst Date Ever'' tee-shirt and the online coverage of your story on blog.badonlinedates.com.
As for me, I won't be entering because it wouldn't be fair.
As a veteran of 300 online dates, I have at least 5 that would trump your worst date, and virtually make your head explode with some version of "She said WHAT?!" Don't even test me. I'll win. :)
So please, share your worst dates with me in the comments section...then swing by Jennifer's site and win something for all your pain: