Stand-up comedian Mike Bobrinskoy's nine-minute set about his real-life Ok Cupid scamming experience will leave you in tears.
As Bobrinskoy describes in this video, he decided to have a little fun with a scammer when an obviously fake account on the dating site began asking him to send them money.
His playing along leads to some hilarious email interactions with the growingly frustrated scam artist who will do just about anything to get Bobrinskoy's credit card information.
I have had boyfriends over the years but never anything serious enough to even think about moving in together.
I have been on blind dates, internet dates, speed dates and, much worse, annoyingly slow dates.
When I did meet someone I liked I never wanted to tell friends and family because inevitably there would come a time when I had to sadly say it wasn't going anywhere.
While some women might have tried therapy, settled for Mr Right Now or kept moaning, I have tried something completely different: stand-up comedy.
I've realised that there's nothing better than turning a night getting rejected on a dating website into a room full of giggles and applause.
So how did I go from sad singleton to comedy wannabe? I had wanted to do a comedy course for a long time and it dawned on me that my perennial search for love could provide perfect material for my routine.
Dating may seem like fun but emotionally it can be really hard work.
Being a single woman in your 30s can become a bit of a chore.
Watching friends settle down while you battle through endless rounds of dating events and online profiles can all add up to a rather depressing feeling of "why me?