Demi Rose shows off her massive boobs as she join online dating

Rapper Tyga’s rumoured ex Demi Rose Mawby has revealed she is using popular dating app Huggle, to find a new man.
The curvy model took to Instagram on Sunday, to share a screenshot of her profile photo on the app – which displayed her eye-popping cleavage for all to see – to confirm to fans her account is genuine.

Surely it won’t take too long to find a man now, will it?

Single woman meets her future husband after going on a first date while she was 8 months pregnant

imageimageA single mother-to-be revealed she met her future husband by taking the plunge and going on a first date while she was eight months pregnant. Sarah Connors, a student from Bristol, said she was facing the prospect of motherhood alone having broken up with her ex-partner before discovering she was expecting.

But two months before her due date, the 28-year-old set up a profile on app Oasis Dating and just weeks later agreed to go on a date with shop assistant Lance.

There was instant chemistry between the pair and they even slept together before Sarah had given birth.

She and Lance got engaged within five months of dating and got married this year, with Sarah’s daughter Elodie, now two, calling Lance ‘daddy’.

Sarah, a hairdressing and beauty student, said: ‘I assumed that no one would want to date me while I was pregnant, but I felt lonely seeing other couples with babies, so I joined the app to keep myself entertained more than anything else!
‘I know there’s a taboo around dating during pregnancy but my family and friends were very supportive. If I hadn’t done it, I would never have met Lance.
‘I would encourage other pregnant women to go on dates if that’s what they want to do. You might not find the man of your dreams, but if you’re unhappy alone it’s better to be having fun.’
Sarah set up a dating profile in July 2013 and was upfront about being heavily pregnant.
After chatting to ‘shy’ Lance, now 27, for some weeks, they discovered they lived near one another in Bristol and agreed to meet.
Sarah said: ‘I kept my profile very casual and mentioned that I had a baby due in September and I hoped that didn’t faze anyone.

‘I knew some people wouldn’t want anything to do with me, but I hoped others would be open-minded.
‘Me and Lance started messaging on the app, then added each other on Facebook, and I could tell he was lovely. It was his idea to meet up and he didn’t seem freaked out that I was pregnant.

‘We met at a pub to have a meal together and it was quite relaxed, although I think he was shocked when he saw the size of my bump.
‘I was wearing a maxi dress and he said, “You are quite pregnant, aren’t you?” But he didn’t make a big deal out of it.

‘We’ve been stuck together ever since. He worked nights so he’d come over and keep me company during the afternoons. He even stayed over with me before Elodie was born.

Culled from UK Daily Mail

Woman stuck in chimney after online dating goes bad


imageWoman stuck in chimney after online dating goes bad

US firefighters rescued a woman from a chimney after she became stuck while allegedly breaking into the home of a man she met online, reports said Monday.

TV footage showed emergency personnel dismantling the chimney brick-by-brick to reach the woman, stuck eight feet down, according to local television channel KTLA.

The man whose home she was trying to get into — who declined to give his name — said they had met online and dated a few times.

“She seemed totally cool, until the first flag was her actually being on my roof two weeks ago,” he told KTLA, adding: “I hope she gets help. I hope she stays offline.”

A neighbor in Thousand Oaks, northwest of Los Angeles, described how the firefighters turned up in the early hours after reports of a woman crying, and finally freed her after dawn on Monday.

She was identified as 30-year-old Genoveva Nunez-Figueroa.

“Nobody would really say anything. And then finally one of the battalion chiefs said ‘There’s a woman stuck in the chimney,’” neighbor Steven Breslau told KTLA.

Captain Mike Lindbery of the Ventura County Fire Department tweeted pictures from the scene Sunday. “Chimney flue was lubricated with dish soap prior to hoisting patient,” he wrote.

Source: AFP.