When it comes to online dating it's safe to say that almost every woman has their own personal horror story to share.And one Instagram account has now revealed the very bleak reality of trying to meet the perfect match in the modern - and apparently rather lewd - world.Some online bots are sophisticated enough to convince a user that she is having a conversation with an actual person.The concept of a software "bot" that has been programmed to respond in a certain way to replies from people communicating in online chat forums has actually been around for many years.One image showed an opening gambit that escalated quickly, as a man began the chat with: 'Any chance we could meet, u r super attractive.'He then inexplicably revealed his graphic request, that was punctuated bya poor grasp of grammar: 'Would really love to lick ur a*** im not being rude, im telling the truth, forgive me if im coming too strong, you are just super.'Another dater wrote: 'Good morning pretty girl . Wanna hang out baby.'As the woman firmly responded: 'I'm not interestet, but thanks,' he then said: 'U need some $$$' - hinting that she could make money with him.
This is a timeline of online dating services that also includes broader events related to technology-assisted dating (not just online dating).From verbal harassment to the insult of truly terrible grammar, these singletons exposed their most alarming chat-up lines to date.The account Online Dating Sucks has accrued 18,000 followers thanks to its collection of cringe-inducing snippets of conversation.An online bot is basically a piece of software that has been written to have conversations with online computer users.The conversations are generally in text, though some bots can also speak.But some argue users won't flock to the video chat because their all-important first impression could be marred by bad lighting or poor camera angles that create an unflattering image.