But unfortunately for Kyle Common, 26, from Newcastle, things did NOT go to plan.
Using the app Plenty of Fish, Kyle received a message from a woman.She asked him to meet up and to bring one of his pals along to her house to go an a sort-of "double date" with her and her cousin.
The only problem is that he had no one to bring, but the woman told him not to worry and that her cousin would be up for a threesome if she had enough to drink.
On his way to the house he stopped off to buy a bottle of vodka.He then gets to the house, and things start to feel wrong.
He told Mirror Online:
"It was my long life dream to have a three-some - the taxi driver was laughing his head off on the way calling us a legend.I seen these two women outside all dolled up, I get the lift to this flat it immediately smelt of cat s***.
"You'd think every homeless person in Newcastle lived in this place, there was a bed at the end of the room that looked like someone had just given birth on it.""I walk into this flat and immediately smell cat s***. I close the door and walk up stairs to the living room. It was f****** disgusting."
Kyle said that the room was covered in rubbish.
"There were plates down the side of the sofa, flies flying about like they were auditioning for The Ring 3 and a single bed at the end of the room that looked like it was used to give birth on." He added:
"I pretend like this stuff doesn't affect me and I make a joke and we have a little laugh. I ask them to sort some drinks out while I go to the toilet but before I left, I notice one of the girls grab a cup from underneath the sofa to pour the vodka in."
Then things got REALLY bad.
He enters the bathroom, and couldn't believe the state of the place - prompting him to take photos.
Alarmed, Kyle pretended that his brother was on his way and made a break for it when he lied and pretended to go and collect him from outside.
"I f****** legged it," he said. "Found a taxi driver/hero and he took me home laughing his t*** off.
"It goes to show lads need to be careful who they meet on dating websites. It's not just women who need to be wary it's men too - you never know who you're meeting online."
Culled from Daily Mirror