Worst dating advice ever

When my crush took me out on a date I did the exact thing.

You’re probably familiar with the scene: my mom’s cousin’s best friend’s mother cornering me at a family gathering and quizzing me on Why You’re Still Single At Your Age.

On the flip side, however, the awful dating advice offered up using the hashtag may also serve as useful suggestions for anyone who wants to rid themselves of a date that isn't going particularly well.

New York couple John and Ann Betar, who have been married for 83 years, advised to ‘Never hold grudges’ and noted that most of their arguments are about food.

But there's something about the phrase “just be confident” that makes me cringe, especially when it comes to our love lives.

Over the past seven years, I’ve been fortunate enough to help more than three million women with their dating lives.

London-based user Hashtag Knight took his tip right out of an episode of Friends, seeming to draw inspiration from a scene in which Joey verbally attacks his date for trying to help herself to his fries.

And while I think there was a compliment hidden in there somewhere, the message was clear: Constantly look put-together and gorgeous, When I started dating my first serious boyfriend, the advice didn’t stop.

They told me not to talk to him and to wait until he talked to me. --Ashley, 16"Right after my boyfriend and I broke up, my mom told me to go and get someone else because that was the fastest way to get over a guy.

Do you know how much you could hurt another person because you're on the rebound?

She said playing head games with boys would confuse them and make them want me more.

It doesn't work, because they do get confused and frustrated and don't want to be around you if you always play games.