How To Avoid The First Date Disaster

There is nothing worse than a bad date! I was on one a few months ago, and I’m laughing about it… now… but it was a truly awkward and uncomfortable 40 min date! Thanks to my friend who  helped me out and texted me during the date so I could find a lame excuse to escape: “I’m invited to a party tonight, I have to go, bye!” How To Avoid To First Date Disaster

Let’s imagine a different scenario; your dear friend forgot to text you or to call you. Would you stay all night with your bad date? Certainly not, life is too short! But how could you avoid the first date disaster? By being in control with Bad Date Rescue, a fun app created by eHarmony, the trusted online relationship site.

How To Avoid The First Date DisasterHow Does It Work?

– Bad Date Rescue, allows users to ‘fake’ an incoming call to their iPhone in order to break up the bad date.

– You can either schedule the call or prompt a call to your phone in 3 seconds, 1 minute or 5 minutes.

– Schedule a call from your mom, who will inform you that ‘your sister is having the baby!’ (I love this one!)

– Schedule a call from your neighbor, informing you a water pipe in your apartment hs spring a leak!

– Or you boss, who just found out everything at the office isn’t working and needs your help NOW! (hmmm this one will work only in the daytime)

– The incoming call appears on your phone, just like a real call would, with a real voice on the other end of line, try not to giggle!

How To Avoid The First Date Disaster

Customer Reviews

– “Will try this for a meeting!”

– Great app & it will work for sure!”

Personal Advice

Try not to cracking up when you’re listening the fake call. But if you laugh your head off, there is only one thing to do, run and never come back! Have fun.

If the Bad Date Rescue app isn’t your thing, eHarmony also have a mobile app which is compatible for Android.

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21 COMMENTS

  1. Yes, I have tried online dating and through personal experiences it has worked very well for me. And the fact that so many mobile apps are available make the whole process a lot easier. Great comp! :-)

  2. I have used various dating sites over 10 years with great success. I was with 1 partner for 3 years and another for 1 year. I think the stigma that was once attached to dating sites has lessened as people with busy lifestyles are finding it’s the smart way to meet people. I think it’s the site that makes the difference and you have to join the one that’s right for you and is going to give the the partner you’re after.

  3. I am married so haven’t had the need to try online dating, but I have quite a few friends that have tried it, with differing levels of success.
    If I were ever in the position of being single again, I would definately give online dating a go!

  4. I loved eHarmony and i am so glad i joined! I met my wonderful fiance and will be married in a year. He is the most lovely, amazing, generous and patient man i think i have ever met! Online dating is definitely the way to go!

  5. I used to run an online single parents group in the early 2000’s – I set it up as a friendship site however I did manage to meet some very nice men through that, as did many of our fabulous mums. I believe nowadays online dating is so commonplace that I would be surprised if the stigma is still there. A natural progression really in this technological age :)

  6. Personally I have never tried on-line dating but I know many friends have, with mixed results. It is a relatively well accepted practise in todays society.

  7. Yes definitely, I was an early adopter of online dating. I tried it more than a decade ago and had a boyfriend that I found via a dating website but I couldn’t tell anyone I met him online fearing that they’d look down on our relationship. It’s definitely lost its stigma now that many people are doing it, even my grandma!

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