The perpetually stoned comic has some funny thoughts on dueling piano bars, the mystery of Stanley Steemer, and weed, of course.Throughout July, Bustle's Comedy IRL package is featuring photo shoots, profiles, and stories of the women in comedy who are using their craft to elevate female voices and speak out on important issues. That may sound surprising coming from someone who's runs a comedy show (Tinder Live!l know there are men to fall in love; who are dying to have all that cute sh*t happen; who want to plan cute dates and really give things a shot. At the same time, I also need to crack jokes about this bonkers dating experiment we've all agreed to, if I'm ever going to get there.Like most people, when I began online dating, I wanted something magical to happen, before hitting the realization that it's a frustrating, lonely experience.Dating is not what it used to be – and comedians have PLENTY of jokes that reflect the trials and tribulations that go along with this unconventional world of dating.
Sophie, Kat, and Chris will call out some of the biggest dating mistakes and lend advice on what you should do if you want to have a chance of hooking up.
The worst things aren't even the gross photos (like one pic I encountered of a guy laying on a couch with a beer box over his penis).
The truly upsetting moments are when you find guys who feel the need to yell at women.
As Bobrinskoy describes in this video, he decided to have a little fun with a scammer when an obviously fake account on the dating site began asking him to send them money.
His playing along leads to some hilarious email interactions with the growingly frustrated scam artist who will do just about anything to get Bobrinskoy's credit card information.