Dating Website for the "Aesthetically Challenged" Celebrates Its First Engagement

The Ugly Bug Ball is a dating website marketed to people with, uh, unique aesthetic qualities. It's now celebrating its first marital engagement:

Mr Clifford, 36, a carpet fitter who has a ''face that makes children cry'', said: ''I've been a joke to women for years because of the way I look.

''I always thought that I was too ugly to meet Mrs Right but my life changed when I met Janine.

''She's beautiful and I love her in every possible way. I still can't believe this is happening.''[...]

Miss Walker, a shop assistant who lives with her parents, agreed.

''The rest, as they say, is history,'' she said.

"I appreciate that Tom isn't Brad Pitt, but then I'm no Angelina Jolie either.

"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and to me Tom's the perfect, handsome prince."

She added: "I'm just so pleased to have been able to meet him, and I'm head-over-heels in love."


Link via Geekologie | Official Website | Photo: SWNS

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For all the never been married straight women - here's words to live by...

"I appreciate that Tom isn’t Brad Pitt, but then I’m no Angelina Jolie either."

So many of our getting older single women friends are holding out for Mr. Perfect - and they don't realize that A) there is no such guy, and B) even if there were, he certainly wouldn't have to settle for THEM.
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He looks fine is a bit chubby and she just needs a hair cut/style - and both could use some grooming tips. Otherwise, Perfectly OK looking people.
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They have certain expectations for themselves and are lucky to find someone with similar expectations for their mate. They do not *need* to change anything.
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