Have you ever had a conversation with someone on Tinder that went on…and on… and on… You start to get ideas in your head as to what the person will be like! The chats go for days and get deeper and deeper until your first date finally rolls around and then… Massive anti-climax. I’ve definitely had this happen. It’s one of the biggest Tinder traps. Take a look at my story and let me know if it resonates with you.
I recently threw my own hens night! No, I’m not getting married. Want to know more? Here’s the story in Mamamia.
I take a look at the three questions that are ruining your dating life. You better write this down.
Every Thursday, I’ll be on Hot 100 in Darwin on The Drive Home with Krystle talking bad dates. Tune in!
I count down the most eye watering, cringe worthy dates in Australia for news.com.au. Find out what has made the list here.
I’ve become a meme. I have made it! See the entry on Know Your Meme. I’ve been retweeted by the BBC, an NBA team, The Tasteless Gentlemen, am on George Takei’s website and many more.
My new story in Mamamia reflects on an experience I think many women have found themselves having – unintentionally being ‘the other woman’. I open up my heart in this true story.
I recently did an interview with the ABC on online harassment. The story really resonated with the online community at Bad Dates of Melbourne – it is a real issue.
It was a full house in the band room at Northcote Social Club as I brought people together for a speed dating inspired event. The goal? To make friends. How wholesome. DancePals was part of my plan to bring together the people of Melbourne in good times, bad dates and laughter.
Followers from the Bad Dates of Melbourne Facebook Page gathered at the iconic Temperance Hotel on Chapel Street on Saturday 16 June to meet and share their tales of dating woe. With over 600 attending or interested – I am not sure on the final number of who attended – but the venue was truly packed. I can’t wait for the next event!