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Embarrassing date goes viral

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A British man launched a GoFundMe campaign Tuesday asking viewers to help buy him a new window after his Tinder date got stuck in his old window while trying to retrieve her feces she discarded and had to be rescued by emergency officials. "I went for a poo in your toilet," Smyth's date told him. To replace the window, Smyth was told it would be $357, but he did not have the funds for it at the moment. But we got on very very well and she's a lovely girl," Smyth told the BBC.


Boston Univ. student transfers out because of death threats after rally - White supremacist kicked off dating site OkCupid - MEDIA BUZZ: Trump rips the press as Charlottesville backlash intensifies

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Nicholas Fuentes, an 18-year-old student who attended the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend, said that he's received death threats for months over his conservative viewpoints -- enough for him to decide it's time to leave Boston University. "I went to represent this new strain of conservatives, of people in the right wing who are opposed to mass immigration and multiculturalism," Fuentes told Fox News on Thursday. "The picture the media keeps using is of one person with a Nazi flag, there were more one thousand there who didn't have Nazi flags," Fuentes said. "It was one of my first picks after high school," Fuentes continued, adding that the "friendly territory" of the Deep South will enable him to express his opinions freely without jeopardizing his safety.


White supremacist Chris Cantwell kicked off dating site OkCupid

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White supremacist Chris Cantwell has been kicked off the dating website OkCupid following his participation in the recent Charlottesville, Va. In a series of tweets, OkCupid (owned by Match.com) said it had kicked Cantwell off the platform after being alerted of his profile. We were alerted that white supremacist Chris Cantwell was on OkCupid. "We were alerted that white supremacist Chris Cantwell was on OkCupid," OkCupid wrote in a tweet.


Why you should be sexting

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Sexting is now a normal part of human relationships, according to a massive new study of sex and tech -- 74 percent of Americans say they exchange saucy electronic messages with their lovers. "Sexting may be becoming a new, but typical, step in a sexual or romantic relationship," said Amanda Gesselman, a research scientist at the Kinsey Institute, which released its annual International Sex Survey this week. The researchers surveyed more than 140,000 people from 198 countries about the role of tech in their sex lives, and found Americans are some of the most prolific sexters on the planet -- second only to South Africans. Thirty-six percent said they used apps to find long- or short-term relationship, while only 20 percent were seeking to satisfy their carnal desires.


Worst Tinder date ever?

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Canadian Kaylee Kapital revealed her Tinder date took her to the hospital where he worked -- and even showed her a dead body for kicks. "I should have got a lot of red flags but I was on the rebound after being dumped so I was like I just want to get out there and have fun." She said: "It was at night by this time and hospitals at night are really scary. "So then he opens one of the fridges and pulls out this little sweet old lady and is like, 'Have you ever seen a dead body before?'"


Dating app may have been used to lure men to their deaths, investigators say - Man allegedly attempts to strangle woman at cemetery, blames personality change

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Two Texas men who were killed earlier this year may have been lured to their deaths by an online dating app used by the pair's killers, investigators said Monday. There have been two suspects named in the case; cousins Brandon Alexander Lyons, 18, and Jerrett Jamal Allen, 26. Cousins Brandon Alexander Lyons, 18, and Jerrett Jamal Allen, 26, were named in connection with the slaying of Soliman. Nguyen's family reported the student missing April 1 after they could not reach him.


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The 42-year-old single mom from Connecticut met 24-year-old Jesse from Amsterdam on an international dating app and now she's traveling to his native country to meet him for the first time. Darcey's journey to visit her much younger boyfriend is chronicled on TLC's new series "90 Day Fiance: Before the Ring." "When I first saw Jesse's profile, the age difference didn't throw me off," Darcey said of seeing Jesse's dating profile for the first time in a clip from the series. Darcey admitted she was slightly deceitful in her dating profile when she first reached out to Jesse.


Angie Harmon: I wouldn't do it

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Angie Harmon is ready to date again, but don't expect to find this single mom online anytime soon. The 44-year-old actress and her husband of 13 years, former pro football player Jason Sehorn, announced their separation in 2014. "I don't think I'd do [online dating]," Harmon admitted to Closer Weekly. While Harmon is taking it slow in the dating department, she's finding joy in her work.


Apple & The Rock TEAM UP!

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Known as "The Rock x Siri Dominate The Day," the ad sees Johnson call up a Lyft car, fly a plane to Rome, appear at a fashion show and more, all using the iPhone 7. In June, it announced Siri would be part of its new HomePod speaker, slated for release later this year. As part of iOS 11, Apple is adding more functionality to Siri as well, including translating languages and finding news articles on Apple News to topics you searched for on Safari, Apple's mobile web browser. By calling it a movie (and later reversing himself), Johnson may have revealed more about Apple's plans for original content, according to analysts.


'Nanny' star's dating woes

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When it came to finding love again, "The Nanny" star Fran Drescher didn't rule out online dating -- but the attempt led to disastrous results. Back in February, Dresher told the magazine she was willing to try online dating after she split from her second husband Shiva Ayyadurai of two years. "The art of making art is putting it together" "I learned a lot, and now I'm going to apply that to my next relationship," she explained. "It's great that we had the ability and the wisdom to reinvent our relationship," she told People Magazine in 2011.