I’m a “glass half-full” kind of guy, so in my previous posts for Coffee Meets Bagel, I’ve tried to focus on the good that has come from my online experience.When asked why I still believe in it by friends, I have a wide selection of examples to draw from – and I’ve shared them with you all too.Luckily for the man, though, the girl thought it was funny and put it as her Facebook profile picture. The anonymous user approaches the women and offers them his art as a way of saying how beautiful they are.Since diving into the online dating world over five years ago, I’ve had my share of great experiences.
He unerringly honed in on their physical flaws and exaggerated them to the point of cruelty. To then have that image passed around the internet for yet more douche bags to snicker at? We've got some real drawing talent on this board, I'm sure we could do a bang-up job of it.I'm sure you won't mind if we make her keenly aware that her mouth is too wide, her eyes are kinda piggy, or that her cheeks resemble a chipmunk.And I'm sure you won't mind if we post our drawings of her on the internet so that everyone can see just how ugly she can look if you're paying really close attention to her flaws. Not sure if you have to register a username on the forum to read it, but here are some highlights: Thread link: t=907765 If you guys got some time, there is an epic POF trolling/gaming thread on the rogan board, another forum I visit.The photos depict the look of the girl in her photo and emphasizes her features in a bit of a mean way.