The new FX series “Man Seeking Woman,” is a romantic comedy told from a male point of view, where Josh Greenberg (Jay Baruchel) deals with his disastrous dating life by seeing the world around him in a very surreal way.
If you think your own love life is a mess, you might feel better after watching Josh deal with trash trolls, immortal dictators, and bloodthirsty bra monsters.
If you want to avoid catching the avian flu, you definitely need to invest in an umbrella tough enough to keep those bird bodies away from your body.
Dating lesson for the real world: Love hurts, but, much like Josh’s cartoon rainclouds, the pain isn’t always there. It’s going to be tough for Josh to find a soul mate in such a cruel, cold world, but he’s already learned some valuable lessons about love.
Users can log in to Dil Mil by using their Facebook account and the app ensures the users complete privacy.
The Dil Mil team says three marriages per week happen with their help.
Luckily, the Center of Important Emergencies is here to help.
Don’t talk about “trolling” dating sites in front of a literal troll.
Dating lesson for the real world: Always make sure you see a picture of a potential blind date whenever a friend or family member is setting you up with someone before you agree to the date. If you run into your ex and her new guy, be prepared for the worst — she might be hooking up with a 126-year-old Hitler whose idea of fun is reciting “Precious” monologues at karaoke bars.
This encounter will be even more awkward if you’re Jewish, and you really don’t want to hear about Hitler’s version of the Tinder dating app (it involves unwilling participants and burning houses).
A dating app, created by Indian American entrepreneurs, has already won many hearts as it became the most efficient and advanced South Asian matchmaking platform.
Dil Mil, an app developed by KJ Dhaliwal and Sukhmeet Toor aims to combine traditional South Asian values with modern technology.