More and more people are trying different forms of online dating these days. We've got everything from Match.com to ChristianMingle.com all the way to FarmersOnly.com and Facebook. So obviously online dating isn't taboo anymore and single people really are getting more dates from these sites, but according to a new survey, they
aren't necessarily good dates.

In fact, Daily Mail reported that in the survey, 29% of people say they've actually run out in the middle of a date with someone they met online.

20% have coped with a horrible online date by getting way too drunk.

And 9% have faked getting sick or an emergency to escape.

The survey also found 84% of people don't think online dating is a good way to meet your future husband or wife.

And only 14% say they trust everything they read in someone's online dating profile.  (We should pray for these 14%.)