Guilty Pleasures

Guilty Pleasures

The Nightcap

Nightcap for


“It’s a funny old world.” – Margaret Thatcher


There are three types of people in this world: those who are so charming and beautiful they’ve never had to consider online dating, those who take online dating VERY seriously (probably because they’re on a 5-year, fast-track plan to settling down) and the rest of us, who take it with a grain of salt and try to make an awkward situation as humorous and fun as possible.

That’s why, when you stumble upon those few profiles that ooze sarcasm and clever banter, you’ve probably got yourself a special one. After all, in the grand scheme of life, you want someone who can make you laugh and keep things light-hearted, even in the darkest of moments.

On the dating website OKCupid, the app has a feature that prompts you to answer specific yet random questions about yourself.

Here are 12 responses that are so clever, I hope these people are no longer single.


I don’t know who came up with the phrase “Netflix and Chill”, but I’m not buying that anyone in the history of binging on a Netflix show had the will-power to stop in the middle of it to get some booty.

I mean, yes, people will do pretty much ANYTHING to get their jollies off, but if I was in the middle of Stranger Things and Channing Tatum suggested we stop it and go to his bedroom, I’d look at him like he was out of his goddamn mind.

Just like everyone else, I have a love-hate relationship with Netflix… in that, I hate that I love it so much. I can’t even begin to tell you the nights I told myself I was going to bed early, only to get wrapped up in some obscure show and suddenly realize it’s 3 in the morning and my body is starting to fossilize.

If you haven’t done that, then I’m going to have to question if you actually even HAVE a Netflix account.

On that note, here are some of the funniest (and most relatable) tweets about Netflix.

Alex Jones Indie Folk Song

This is what Alex Jones’ rants would sound like as a hipster jam band…Watch the video here