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#Whentodumpyourdate Twitter users offer up dating advice

In a hilarious look at the dating world in the age of Facebook, Lois Romano talks about her 1984 book "When to Dump Your Date" and how her two daughters have made her take a second look at dating advice in the new era of the Net Generation.

Seeing as everyone has had a bad experience or three, we decided to put the question to you.

Your Take. When should you drop that awful date? What is your breaking point?


Your answers have been nothing short of comedic genius.

When your date keep referring to Shakira as Columbia's SECOND finest export, that's #whentodumpyourdateless than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone

@washingtonpost He tweets about your date before it's even over. #whentodumpyourdateless than a minute ago via web

@washingtonpost when, on 2nd date, he suggests you style your hair just like his mother's. true story. #whentodumpyourdateless than a minute ago via tGadget


Add your vote to our dating disaster quiz as well. And let us know in the comments any other dating advice you've got!

By Melissa Bell  | October 12, 2010; 2:36 PM ET
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