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New App Gives You Feedback From Bad Dates About What Went Wrong

New App Gives You Feedback From Bad Dates About What Went Wrong
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'WotWentWrong' lets people choose preset or customized excuses and critiques to provide constructive feedback.

Emma Hutchings
  • 31 january 2012

Web app WotWentWrong is a “dating advice portal” that offers people the opportunity to find out why a date didn’t go so well, or provide feedback to someone else explaining what turned them off. The service aims to provide productive social networking that helps people break bad relationship patterns.

To start things off, the person who got dumped sends a letter requesting some feedback via email or text message. Then the man or woman they went on a date with can respond by either choosing from the list of reasons provided or writing an excuse in their own words, such as incompatible tastes, poor hygiene, bad manners, etc. The answers are then sent back (along with some tips for dealing with the criticism) to provide an insight into what went wrong. This will perhaps enable the person to learn something from their past experiences so they can change their behavior or find someone more compatible in future. Watch the explanatory video below to find out more:

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