I love this song, I really do. One and all At the ugly bug ball. While the crickets clicked their tricky melodies All the ants were fancy dancing with the fleas Then up from under the ground The worms came squirming around Oh they danced until their legs were nearly lame Every little crawling creature you could name Everyone was glad.
Just launched: a British Web site billing itself as the first ever dating service for ugly people. First of all, can the word "ugly" really be "taken back" and redefined positively by the group the word's being used against? Isn't it always an insulting term, and if so, do we really want people using it to refer to themselves?
Jump to navigation. A dating website for fat people! In a first of its kind, a dating website for those larger than life has come up in Britain - but it's a strict no-no for slim people.
I was here first. I had just been listening to my collection of Disney songs when I started this blog. Frankly, I had no idea where I was headed at the beginning, and the direction keeps changing!
The Ugly Bug Ball, a dating site designed for those who are not blessed with beauty, claims the first engagement between two of its members. Neither is named Shrek. Are you sick of slogging away on sites such as Match.
Just read online about it, and checked their website. Wonder if the rate changes with respect to location. The latest members section got me.
When Tom Clifford and Janine Walker got together on a date, things could have turned very ugly. The couple met less than a month ago on a specialist website which offers "dating for the aesthetically challenged". But instead things have turned out rather beautifully - because carpet-fitter Tom is due to marry shop assistant Janine in December.
Dating website The Ugly Bug Ballwhich offers "dating for the aesthetically challenged," is celebrating a major milestone: its first engagement. Tom Clifford and Janine Walker are engaged to be married after having met on the site, the Telegraph reports, noting that the couple "met less than a month ago" on The Ugly Bug Ball. The Telegraph reposted Clifford's first email message to Walker. You live near me, so this shouldn't be a problem," it reportedly read.