The modern dating experience is a minefield. People no longer meet in real life , swiping has replaced the meet-cute and while you think chemistry can be replicated through witty, banter-filled messages, you quickly learn that meeting up in person will always be the best barometer for human attraction. Now, for the uninitiated, Barney Stinson is a womaniser and a Grade A douche, but in that moment from one arguably slightly bitter single girl to another, it was as Oprah would call it — an ah-ha moment. Despite this, the overall consensus was clear — be polite and wait it out because sometimes — most of the time — it takes more than one date to really make a good impression. Share your story in a comment below. Want to help Mamamia with some new ideas?
The Modern-Day Dating Lemon Law
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He lied in his profile. Her jokes are offensive. You got into an argument over some spilled wine. He was rude to the waiter. She thought it was polite to spit out her gum and keep it behind her ear for later. He started talking about a potential Martian invasion and possible future wars between humans and aliens. Whatever the reason, you want out.
The 'Lemon Law' is the harsh but brilliant dating rule we all need to start doing.
How I Met Your Mother is known for many things: A sweet love story, a surprisingly heavy mythology for a comedy, an episode structure that gives fans one tiny morsel of information about twice a year, etc. But one of the most enjoyable aspects about the long-running comedy is its ability to coin catchphrases that speak to some real issues in the modern world.
Now, the Lemon Law, when it comes to cars, means that if a car is defected or continues to break with repeated fixes, it falls under the Lemon Law. You can get your money back. The Lemon Law.