In the text exchange, the man asks Lorena when she is coming to see him.
He said: We listen to our members and they are fed up of going out to expensive bars, hoping to meet similarly beautiful people, only to spend the night wishing that the lighting was lower.
"We're scooping up these people and offering them a glimmer of hope," he said, "in many cases their first and only opportunity of meeting a member of the opposite sex." I wouldn't take him too seriously, though.
The tone on The Ugly Bug Ball is definitely flippant and probably half-joking.
They'll go to meet in person and they'll find out that guy or girl was really sending them pictures of a more attractive relative. If only there was a way to eliminate this kind of risk with online dating.
Now a concerned entrepreneur opened his wallet to disagreeable-looking people with a dating site for the "aesthetically challenged." Howard James, founder of The Ugly Bug Ball, says he's providing dowdy British singles with a legitimate service.
Self-confessed ”great personalities” Tom Clifford and Janine Walker plan to marry in December following a whirlwind online romance.
The couple met less than a month ago on a dating website for the ”aesthetically challenged”.
Like something from a horror movie, the liquid meal is then sucked up by the bug using a segmented tube on its head known as a rostrum. But despite their fearsome reputation among ants, the insects measure just 1cm in length.
Britain’s first dating agency for ugly people was celebrating an unlikely milestone yesterday – its first engagement.