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But because we love sharing our deepest innermost feelings and desires with YOU, we've asked you, our Big Apple readers, to submit your worst (albeit best! To make sure you're not sweating the prospect of being single forever, we've narrowed down our favorites (or least favorites, depending on how you look at it) to eight tales so truly horrific, you'll be ready to swear off men forever (plus accompanying artwork from The Blake Wright). 'Me: 'I normally drink Champagne, but I heard the Mojitos are great here, so I will go with that.' Him:'I'm on my fourth cup of coffee.'Me: 'Oh, rough night last night? Yes, that’s right, he showed up in full Civil War garb complete with a pipe and a gruff, antiquated speech pattern. ' I didn’t really hear from him after that, except for a text telling me that he lost his i Pod on the field, to which I replied, 'bummer.'""I met him on Ok Cupid. He invited me to meet him for drinks and asked me for a bar suggestion.

Okay, that's a lie, but click through to read first-person tales*—from a literal blind date to a Civil War fanatic—that you'll be sharing again and again. Or do."We all know that meeting in NYC can be difficult, and since I have lost count of the numerous people I know that have met on JDate or Match.com, I signed myself up on a dating site. The idea of being 'punked' crossed my mind, but it was clear that Henry, a cute, IT guy by day, was living in an era gone-by, when, as we exited to barhop over to R bar, he paused to light his pipe while cursing the 'blasted wind,' and began to tell a ghost story from the reenacted battlefields."And as he said goodbye to me and opened my cab door like a gentlemen, he asked for a second date. He seemed great, an engineer, 5'10" with dark brown hair, lives close by, very smart. Seeing as we are both Yankees fans, I asked him if he'd like to head to a sports bar to watch a game.

I’m sure that’s what many people think about me, and that’s certainly what I think about Charly Lester, London-based “blogger, journalist, dating expert,” and Huffington Post contributor. Lester and I’m sure she’s a nice person who feels strongly about what she writes.

And most of my peers do – we tend to agree on 90% of all advice – even if we have different ways of saying things.

Anticipate the consequences to your actions, and if they appear to be negative (hurting others, disconnecting others, etc), do not proceed. Try a new activity, be spontaneous, cook a new recipe, etc.

Zero in on what is important in the long run (friends, family, romance, excitement, fun), and let these values guide your behavior, leaving the drama behind.

My date tried to impress me by arguing with the cops.

So when I hear this, “Singletons don’t have time to trawl through detailed online profiles,” I will acknowledge that people are certainly as shallow as ever before, busy as ever before, and lazy as ever before.But when I read a piece that says that GOOD advice is BAD advice, I have to call it out, if only for the sake of helping some innocent person who may believe in the author’s expertise.Here’s some good advice that the author thinks is bad: 1) Put A Lot of Time Into Your Online Dating Profile I created e-Cyrano online dating profile writing in 2003 and have helped thousands of people write better profiles that attract quality partners.However, how we deal with these emotions is essential to our own health and the health of our relationships.These emotions create problems in relationships when we utilize behaviors (nagging, exaggerating, clinging, controlling, judging, to name a few) that lead to unhealthy patterns.Bad dating advice is as common as the flu during the winter.