The 21-year-old is bravely speaking out about her experience to tell other mums they should be proud of being a parent and not let ‘immature’ daters out there make them think any different
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Other people actually shared stories where they’d met their long-term partners on dating sites and it’d been the best thing for them
Chloe Hawke, from Bodmin, Cornwall, was told by a man she was chatting to on the dating App : “You wipe your child’s ass when he’s had a s***? F*** being with someone who cleans someone’s ass.”
The 21-year-old is now bravely speaking out about her experience to tell other mums that being a parent is part of who they are and they should be proud – and not let ‘immature’ daters out there make them think any different.
She had been chatting to ‘Chris from Devon’ online for a couple of days and the two were getting on well.
Moving the conversation towards a date, Chris asked Chloe to tell him more about herself and so she mentioned her one-year-old son Noah.
Despite clearly being keen on the first-time mum and showering sugar daddy arizona her with jokes and praise, Chris then made the rude comments.
Chloe said: “We spoke for a couple of days, telling stupid, funny jokes and then he said ‘you seem interesting, tell me more about yourself’. As soon as I said I was a single mum, that’s when he said it.
“The tone turned completely. He replied: ‘You wipe your child’s ass when he’s had a s***? F*** being with someone who cleans someone’s ass.’
“As soon as he said that he was an utter a****** in my eyes. I blocked and deleted him straight away.
Chloe said: “Being a single mum, I’ve been solely set on raising my son over the past 15 months, but I’m also 21 – I’m still young. So I just thought I’d download [Plenty of Fish] and see what happens.
“I know a couple of close friends who have Plenty of Fish and have said it’s worked for them too, so thought it wouldn’t hurt to try it out.
“I’m a person who likes to joke around and have a laugh and I guess people either get that sense of humour or they don’t.
“Don’t get me wrong, I’ve come across a few people on there who have had me rolling over with laughter and are great people, but no-one’s really set a spark for me as of yet.
“Me and Chris were only talking for a couple of days. My description clearly states I have a child so he obviously didn’t read that.
“I’m glad I didn’t put effort in talking to him loads for that to come up. I’m glad it was done quite quickly.”
Now Chloe is urging other young mums to keep their head up and never give up on meeting the right man.
Chloe said: “Honestly, one person doesn’t signify how everyone else is, but it shows there are immature people in this world. You just have to fish through them unfortunately – it’s a process.
The photographer had decided to sign up to the dating platform after several friends had success and developed long-term relationships from online sites
“Someone will fall in love with you and respect you, it just takes time. I believe it takes longer when you’re a mother because you have your head screwed on and you don’t fall for the immature ones.
“Having a child makes you more grown up, so I think you’re more careful with who you choose to come into your life.
“I’ve learnt that even though I’m switched on, there are still idiots out there who don’t know a thing about the ‘real world’. One person doesn’t dictate what millions of other men are like.”