Posted on 7/24/2011 12:48:06 PM by Minelly Riera
There was this guy from work that i had a hugge crush on for around two years. I never told him anything. One day wile we were going on the elevator files feel from his hands and i helped him pick them up. after we just started talking. a few days go by and finnaly he asked me out on a date. He said if we could go watch a movie and i told him sure let me see what movies are now playing so i go online and find one that we both like so he says can you buy them online and i will get money aout of the atm later because i dont have my credit cards on me now tyhere up stairs in my loker. I dindt mind and said yes. After the movies we went to olive garden to eat and we were having great conversation until it was time to go she came with the check and he gave his card to the waiter and told her put ... [+]
- Dinner and a trucker?
Posted on 7/21/2011 5:58:11 PM by Monica
So I met this guy at a friends party and we seemed to hit it off very well and by the end of the night he asked me to go out to dinner with him that weekend.... Fast forward to the weekend 1st off he had me meet him at my friends house that should have had me suspicious right from there then he said we would take his car to dinner. He said I know this great place we can go tofor dinner you will love it. So we are driving and we pull into a truck stop and I am like ok maybe we are getting gas..NOPE we are eating at the truck stop. Now I am not the kinda girl who has to hace the most expesive restaurant but when we met he was talking about how he loved going out to fine restaurants and only shops at the best stores so it totally through me for a loop so I thought ok this could be one of those ... [+]
- Ahh, That's why were weren't friends in High Schoo
Posted on 7/20/2011 10:56:41 AM by Olivia
I went to my high school reunion and hit it off with a guy that I knew from high school but we weren't friends then. We had a great time and he asked me out. He picked me up for the movies and it was the worst car ride ever. He didn't ask me any questions about anything so I tried to keep the conversation up. He only gave me one word answers. Then told me to stop asking him about his work because he was off and didn't want to think about work. He then missed our exit and blamed me for distracting him. At the movie, there was brief nudity...he giggled like a little boy. Very embarrassing. After the movie, he took me to a sports bar where he didn't pay for anything...I did. Why a sports bar, I don't know. He wasn't good at anything. We settled on pin ball after he complained about everything ... [+]
- Cheap + Controlling = A very BAD date
Posted on 7/19/2011 11:51:58 AM by Jclue314
We met at a local Mexican place. Everything was fine until my date encouraged me to share a meal (cheap)...I was pretty hungry, but willing to share because I am a pretty reasonable girl- whatevs...The dinner went pretty well because we had a lot to talk about. When the check came, he paid, and we decided to go to a movie. When we get to the ticket office, he asked me "How much do you have on 'this'"...NOT good first date etiquette for a MAN! Then, when we get in the movie, he starts to get a little "touchy", and I have to be very FIRM with him (I mean, c'mon...on the first date)... When the movie is finally over, we arrive at my house, and he asks if he can STAY THE NIGHT! NO WAY, NO HOW....WHO does that... CREEPER
Posted on 7/17/2011 7:51:55 PM by Amanda
I had just met a guy and he suggested we go see a movie together. No biggie, right? I was young and he was a bit older (I was 15, he was 18) so I was wooed over by him at first. When we had talked beforehand, I mentioned my hatred of the Harry Potter moves (books i'm okay with) and he nodded his head. So later on, he said "I know you hate it, but I really want to see the Harry Potter movie that came out.. I think you would really like it if you gave it a chance." I kinda liked the guy, and he seemed excited over it.. so I said okay.
But when we got to the counter, he pulled out a $5.. and nothing else. He said "Oh.. I could have sworn this was a $20 earlier.." Honest mistake? Hmmm.. sure. So I covered the rest.
Needless to say, it was a very boring 30 minutes in the theatre. Why only 30 ... [+]
- I am not your Psychiatrist . . . Please don't st
Posted on 7/15/2011 5:58:01 PM by Tamiko Lawrence
When I started grad school, I was attracted to a fellow student who asked me out. Excitedly, I agreed to go out with him because I though we had a connection. We chatted frequently, shared some common interests, and often ate lunch together on campus. Our first date, however, was horrible. We all have problems, but why did he feel the need to burden me with all of his on our first date? I do not want to know that you have mental illness in your family on the first date (but thanks for warning me). I think that guy was certifiable. I don't care to know all of his problems and issues. WTMI (LOL). Nevertheless, it all stressed me out and I did not want to go out with him again, and could not wait until he brought me home. He was evidently infatuated with me. I avoided him and would ... [+]
Posted on 7/12/2011 10:39:27 AM by Alicia Johnson
Well this was my second date with this guy i met while in college. When we get to the restuarant and get ready to order our food he says that i would have to pay since he paid for dinner last time. It would have been nice to have know beforehand but i said alright. Then to top things off he ate up all the appetizer not even considering if i wanted any of it. When the date ended i was very unhappy. From what i hear now he is back and forth in jail so i guess he was happy to get a taste of good food before going back to jail.
- Brothers Don't Belong!
Posted on 7/12/2011 10:31:39 AM by Brina
I had just turned 16, and was going out on my first actual date, when my mom told me that my older brother had to go with me to 'keep an eye on us'. He was well over drinking age. So needless to say my first date was completely ruined when I had to drive my date home, and then drive my brother home because he wasn't able to drive his-self.
Posted on 7/11/2011 9:46:32 PM by S murphy
my friend set me up with a guy and she said we would be the perfect fit. I went out scared to death. well He talked and talked and in the end I fould out his wife had be dead only a few days. Needless to say the rest of the date was was spent consoling him.
Posted on 7/11/2011 6:00:20 PM by Tacara
Well, it all started when my cousin's mother-in-law tried to play matchmaker with a motive other than a love connection. She's playing this guy up to me by saying he's a great cook and he's a clean person. So, I agree cause I have nothing better to do anyway. So, we go pick him up and she's going on and on about him. I never hear that he works or anything else, but it's New Year's Eve and I wanted a date for the gathering I was going to attend. Red flag: I HAD TO PICK HIM UP FROM A GAS STATION!. I thought he may have been ashamed of where he lived, which, happens sometimes. Come to find out HE'S HOMELESS! She was trying to hook us up with the intention of him moving in with me that day!! When I put all this together I was NO! I mean really, who does that?
- Cop Bored me to death!
Posted on 7/10/2011 11:05:33 PM by Sue
A cop pulled me over to get my number for a date, I figured I should go so not to get a ticket . LOL. He showed up wearing a baret, yuk!, then his 80's Cadillac broke down on the way to "the bar" his idea of a date. I stared at the fish tank while he acted like the major of the bar. I made like I had to get home and never answered his calls again or drove down that street where I knew he patrolled!
Posted on 7/9/2011 3:02:43 PM by Amy B
My friend was dying for me to go on a blind date with a friend of hers for weeks. After repeated nudgings, I finally agreed. Needless to say he kept on calling me by his ex's name all night.
Posted on 7/6/2011 11:30:28 AM by Reena Patel
This is not one of mine, but a good friend once went on a date that was going well...dinner, drinks, good conversation. At the end of the evening when she was about to leave, she asked "what are your plans for tomorrow?". He said, "come to think of it...I have an appointment. Actually, could you help?" Being nice and slightly liking him, she said "sure". He asked "can you shave my back before you leave??!!!!!". GROSS. And, no...she didn't. That was the last time she saw him.
Posted on 7/4/2011 2:13:35 PM by Grossed Out
After meeting an extremely attractive girl at my friend's party, we went out to a play the next week. After the play, I took her to dinner and she had a runny nose the entire time. I'm not talking about having the sniffles. I mean there was a real honest-to-goodness snot bubble in her left nostril. It was like dating a two-year-old. Finally she got up to the bathroom and (I'm assuming) she saw herself in the mirror and took care of it, but when the dessert came, I noticed a gross yellow sticky stain on her sleeve! I was so nauseous I said I needed the restroom and got in my car and drove home. I don't care that I stuck her with the bill - she needed to learn a lesson the hard way.
Posted on 6/29/2011 3:32:30 PM by Shevblay Aasiyah Rose
My worst date was with a guy that thought that cleaning his noise with tissue was a waste of paper. EWW!!
this makes me realize just how many bad dates Ive had. Thank God I finally have a wonderful guy to share great date stories about!
Posted on 6/28/2011 2:09:05 PM by Miranda
My worst date was when my High School boyfriend thought it would be cool to go drag racing... with me in the car. NOt fun!
Posted on 6/26/2011 9:46:26 PM by CBH20
I was only 16 when I went on a blind date. My neighbor thought I needed to go out with a guy that she worked with. I did not ask enough questions before agreeing to go on this date. The guy came to pick me up. He looked a lot older than me and wore ripped jeans and a t-shirt with the sleeves cut off. As a 16 year old, I was known as "preppy", so needless to say, this was the first sign that the night was not going to go well. After a dinner at "Eat-n-Park" and finding out he was 23, I was a little nervous and anxious to go home. He instead took me to a bar to shoot pool. Yes, it was "cool" to go in a bar at 16, but when he pulled out the picture of his kids and asked if I liked kids while sipping his 4th beer...I knew it was time to go home. Thinking of safety (even at 16), I drove ... [+]
Posted on 6/26/2011 10:07:08 AM by Aleida Chavero
I was on a first date with a guy a couple years ago, we went to dinner and a movie (we saw Maid of Honor, it was HIS choice!) and during the chickiest part of the movie I look over and he's crying! I'm not talking about a little foggy eyed cry, but a full on face-in-palm bawling cry! I couldn't believe it, what do you even say to someone who's crying in a movie theater like that? He apologized afterwards and said he didn't know what came over him. It was our first and last date.
Posted on 6/24/2011 7:31:30 PM by Emily M. via Facebook
I went on a date with a guy to a bar a few years back and it came out in conversation that he does maintenance and repairs for the video poker games and such that they have in a lot of bars (including the one we were at). We were already off to a rocky start with terrible awkward conversation, but it quickly went from bad to worse when he asked me if I wanted to play one of the video game things. I said OK and next thing I know he's opening up the machine and taking money out to play with!! I was totally floored, and suggested that probably wasn't the best idea and even offered to pay for the games we were playing, but I guess this was his way of being Mr. Big Shot. He even laughed when I asked him if the machine keeps inventory of # of games played and told me he didn't care because this ... [+]
- Flatulence is NOT cute!
Posted on 6/24/2011 4:30:02 PM by Elisha S. Wells
My worst date was about 3 years ago with a guy that my friend wanted me to hook up with. He wasn't the most attractive guy I'd seen, but I thought going out a harmless date couldn't be too bad. As we were waiting to be seated at the restaurant, I smelled some knock-you-off-your-feet horrible gas! I asked him if he smelled it and he said he didn't at first, but then he said he did and that it smelled bad. I didn't think anymore about it because there were a good number of people in the restaurant and it could have been anyone. So, we finally are seated and I'm sparking conversation with him over appetizers when I smell it AGAIN! I asked him again if he smelled it and he told me no. But, I'm looking at him and thinking in my head, "you're passing gas and denying it!" At this point, I was really ... [+]