stop it okcupid

ATTENTION MEN ON ARRANGEMENT SITES!

STOP BEING SO F*CKING BUTTHURT WHEN A GIRL BRINGS UP MONEY WHEN ENTERING INTO AN ARRANGEMENT.

YOU MET ON AN ARRANGEMENT WEBSITE. STOP ACTING SO SURPRISED WHEN A GIRL ASKS FOR MONEY. WHAT ELSE DID YOU EXPECT??

IF YOU CAN’T HANDLE THIS THEN PLEASE STOP BEING SUCH A WHINEY, OBNOXIOUS BABY AND GO SIGN UP FOR EHARMONY OR OKCUPID. 

STOP. JUST. STOP.

anonymous asked:

I says on my profile that I'm really into LOTR, and I can't begin to tell you how often I get asshats who either accuse me of only watching the movies (because somehow that invalidates your ability to enjoy something?), or try to test me by asking me really fucking basic questions about the novels, like "Who's Tom Bombadil?" or "Who was the white wizard?" Listen, you empty water bottle, if you're trying to pull that fake-geek-girl bullshit on me, then you can glue your own ass to your face.

Dear men of OKCupid, trying to prove you know more or are better at something than the person you are messaging is not, I repeat not, a good strategy (despite what many of you seem to think).

You aren’t 7. Girls can be good at stuff too.

PS, “you empty water bottle” is my new fave insult. Perfection.

- A

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I made this stop motion Vine for the Mashable Vine Challenge #specialconnections for Social Media Day. Oy Vey Venus being my homage (?) to OKCupid (Maybe AlrightEros would be better?). This was in the summer of 2013, when Vine still had no editing tools, not even preview. So you did stop motion by feel, and when it was done, watched it—and trashed it and started over if it sucked. Frustrating, but kind of exciting, too. Vine stopmo was more homemadey then, as a result, with more mistakes left in (e.g., that string at the end).

Whenever someone messages me something weird on a dating site, I tell them to buy me something off my amazon wish list and then send them the link.

Example:

Them: Wanna have fun? I could rock your world.

Me: Sure! By “fun” you mean “something off your amazon wish list,” right? Want me to send you the link?

Them: What?

Me: *sends them the link*