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When they're asking for money, you better run, girl!
Authorities arrested two Nigerian nationals who allegedly extorted close to half a million pesos from their Filipina love matches online, authorities said, as they warned the public against such trickery.The foreigners, Felix Aondowase and Emmanuel Abia, allegedly asked their victim to
'I thought this was a fairy tale come true. It turned out to be a complete horror story.'
It was during the last round of very strict lockdown in August 2021 when I started using a dating app. As an NBSB, I have been very cautious when it comes to relationships. Ideally, I would like to meet *the one* organically.
Why might disabled people want to pass as non-disabled?
Remember, dating is meant to be fun.
Ever get so fed up with dating and dating apps that you vow to pack it all in altogether? You're absolutely not alone. New research from dating app Hinge shows 61 percent of the app's UK users feel
And other dating app *success stories* that'll make you feel all the kilig!
At some point in our lives, we've all probably thought about where (and how) we'll meet "The One." It could be as simple as going to the same school, being teammates at work, or even bumping into each
'I honestly got better results 'swiping abroad' than here.'
Let's face it: Dating during a pandemic can be so, so difficult. I mean for starters, physically going out to meet people already poses some risks. Aside from being in a place with someone you're totally unfamiliar with,
Korean Tinder is on a whole new level!
It's no secret: More people have been using dating apps recently. We really can't blame ourselves because the pandemic made it impossible to meet other people in person. As for me, swiping left and right to find my
Should online dating stay online?
I remember going through an emotional roller coaster when the quarantine period started in March 2020. I felt so tamad to do anything for myself because I was mentally exhausted fulfilling tribute duties for the family. Plus, I was adjusting to the
He was ALMOST perfect.
It happened in February. I was scrolling through Bumble and matched with this guy named Philip Lee. His profile read: 36 years old, Paris-born Korean. He looked okay naman, the photo was kinda cute; he actually kinda looked like Park Seo
'So, ano ang game plan?'
Thankfully, making the first move is actually a *thing* now. It's 2020 and it's not a big deal anymore. Gone are the days of waiting around for a potential S.O. to approach you, you can now say "fuck it"
The happy medium we should all stick to.
Meeting people through dating apps is a whole minefield of apparent rules and etiquette which leaves us all wondering: Which pictures should you use on your profile? How long should you wait after matching before messaging? What should you say in your
This is why dating feels so overwhelming.
Dating trends seem to literally never end. From ghosting to benching, breadcrumbing to zombieing, there's basically a term to cover every relationship behaviour out there. The newest of the bunch is "whelming", and what started as a simple dating trend
'Are you proud of who you have become?'
I've been on Bumble on and off for the past few years or so. I use the app in between relationships and if there's one thing that I've noticed, it's that meeting people on
Demand that they only meet you in your home base.
If you've ever found yourself traveling abroad single, you don't have to be! Everyone knows the only reason to see the world is to date people of different cultures. If you need some help, take it from me,
*Deletes Tinder*
Do you ever feel like you have way too many dating apps that all basically do the same thing? I mean, no matter which one you're using, you're pretty much just swiping through all of the available people
Your smile says 'I shotgunned beers on the reg in college' pretty clearly.
They say you can't judge a book by its cover, but it's 2019 people. If you're using dating apps, you literally have no other option but to swipe on ab pics and bios that include "engineer,"
Smell that smoke? It's your Tinder profile blowing the eff up.
Flaunting some thirst traps in your online dating profile can almost always guarantee tons of swipe rights-hey, it's Tinder after all!But I'm going to let you in on a tiny little secret: Having a good bio
Winter is comi—GONE! Bye cuffing season, hello more right swipes!
As someone who doesn't watch Game of Thrones, I have no idea what happened yesterday re: who died, who is pregnant, and/or who is having incest babies.However, I do know lots about dating apps-which is definitely more aligned
Step away from the sunglass pic.
Want to give your dating profile a makeover? I talked to Tinder's dating and relationship expert, Darcy Sterling, PhD, to learn all her secrets, tricks, and tiny tweaks so that you'll get more matches with the right people for
'He legitimately tried to tell me 'Mandy Bumble' was just her last name.'
For better or for worse, nearly everyone's meeting their partners on dating apps these days. Who truly wants to go outside to find people?While the convenience of meeting potential mates from your couch is great and all, it also