WASHINGTON POST - Mar 14 - Now some daters are posting details about disastrous dates online at sites such as badonlinedates.com or abadcaseofthedates.com. Bad dates take away a lot of the joy and excitement in finding love, explains Jennifer Kelton, founder of badonlinedates.com.
A lot of people misrepresent themselves, Kelton says. Posters can also
get tips and feedback on how to handle or prevent awkward
situations. But there can be a dark side to posting dating mishaps
online. "When there's identifying information, that can be extremely
destructive; it borders on defamation of character," warns Diana
Kirschner, New York author of "Love in 90 Days: The Essential Guide to
Finding Your Own True Love." FULL ARTICLE @ WASHINGTON POST