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Let’s face it – we can all be a little cynical every now and then, but sometimes it’s fun to let those emotions out. Being cynical doesn’t necessarily mean being negative, and our 10 Best Cynical Dating Blogs are proof of that.
Today we’re embracing those with a snarky nature!
Bragging Rights: the rantings of a cynical woman
From Dating Disasters and Delights comes the ups and downs of a woman searching for romance in all the wrong places. Jillian shares her wild ride with readers and is unapologetic and no-holds-barred about love, sex and romance. Our favorite articles include “Psycho-Chicks and the Men Who Create Them” and “How to Avoid Being Fooled by a Fake Profile.”
Social Clout: 896+ followers, 144+likes
Bragging Rights: from the bizarre to the downright weird
After running through “every last weirdo within a 50-mile radius (and sometimes farther afield),” Jemma James kicked off her hilarious site aimed at the ridiculousness of online dating. See countless oddballs attempt to seduce her in the online message archive. James uses these mishaps to her advantage, painting a clear map of modern-day dating archetypes and what other women should avoid.
Social Clout: 781+ followers, 17+likes
Bragging Rights: exploring the strange world of online dating
With a killer title, this blog promises and delivers all the craziness that comes with online dating. Readers can consume posts like “I had no idea Shrek was bisexual” and follow a wide selection of weirdo profiles to avoid and appreciate in the section “There’s a reason why you’re single.” Bonus: uproarious content with just a dash of warmth and nostalgia.
Social Clout: 652+ followers
Bragging Rights: celebrating wit and snark
“Living the examined life” is the mindset behind Happily Cynical. This unique spot is broken down into a mosaic of images, thoughts and essays on love in the 21st century. Topics like “I Don’t Want to Get Married” and “People Saw My Boobs. And Frankly, I Don’t Care” bring a slightly brooding voice to life.
Social Clout: 269+ followers
Bragging Rights: the dating diary of a city girl
New City Girl On Dating serves as an inside look into the life of an English girl learning the jagged obstacle course that is love. Lissa Reed brings a fearless style of honesty to posts like “Are We Too Eager?” and “When Is It Too Soon to Get Excited?” This relatively new blog has made a big impact quickly through deeply personal content from a very funny host.
Social Clout: 51+ Google followers, 26+likes
Bragging Rights: how NYC guys are making us cynical
These two gals have found a clear cause for their blog’s cynicism: the men of New York City. Posts are funny and relevant, including “All My Exes Live in Texts: Why the Social Media Generation Never Really Breaks Up,” and “It’s Not Supposed to Be This Hard.” The content is tightly written with just the right amount of bitter flavor.
Bragging Rights: she likes complaining and cheese
Sexless and Cynical is home for Meri’s writing and artwork, all based around finding love and happiness despite it’s potential unlikeliness. Her amazing comic panels bring the posts to life, with topics like “Online Dating: The Saga Continues” and the series “How to Make Functional Friendships.”
Bragging Rights: an Atlanta dating scene blog
Misadventures in Atlanta comes from the Atlanta Journal Constitution, where The Wise Diva spoons out dating tips and insight with a decidedly cynical approach. Topics are irreverent, like “Do We Really Want Someone Freaky?” and “Do Women Have to Smile All the Time?” The full archive runs back to February 2009 with frank discussion from an active adult readership.
Bragging Rights: life and other disasters
At The Impossible Girl Blog, an unnamed author looks at the mundane and insane adventures of dating in the digital world. Much of the content is drawn around pop culture, including movies and TV. Articles are cynically skewered in this Liebster Award-nominated site. From “The Great Gatsby” to ComicCon, art and humanity is embraced in all its forms.
Bragging Rights: random musings of a single white female
At The Franichles, we find the haphazard stories of a cynical and snarky woman. As she warns, the site is not for the faint of heart or easily offended. From bearded ladies to “Ren & Stimpy,” she dissects her adventures of online dating with cutting criticism and unflinching honesty. She’s out to find a high-caliber man, even if it kills her.
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