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My Worst

Date Ever!

March 19, 2018

G.W.  “After I finally got up the nerve to invite a handsome co-worker to accompany me to a friend’s party, he showed up at my door with a date in the car.  I blew up in anger.  He ended up apologizing with the explanation that he didn’t realize that I was asking him out on a date.  He thought I was just inviting him to a party.  Of course, I didn’t go to the party, and I never spoke to him again.”

L.M.  “At the end of a first date with a man so fine that I pinched myself all night, I broke the cardinal rule of asking him when I would see him again.  I had already invited him in for cocktails, which he politely refused.  He mumbled a faint, “I’ll call you,” and then got into his car without giving me a second look.  I knew better, but my brain was fogged by the hope that the excitement was mutual.  Of course, he never called, and I vowed never to ask that question again.  My only regret was that I had picked up the bill at dinner in an effort to impress him.”

P.D.  “I was out to dinner one night with a man I’d been dating over a month, and whom I thought had great potential, when he suddenly looked up from the table with a deep frown and excused himself.  He never came back to the table, and after sitting there for over an hour, I got up, paid the check and left.  When I got outside the restaurant, he stood arguing with a woman who he later claimed was an ex-girlfriend.  Needless to say, I never saw him again.  I refused to answer the phone when he called.”

K.H.  “I was out on a second date with a guy who claimed to be single.  After a wonderful dinner, we were in my car headed to a quaint romantic place I suggested for drinks.  He suddenly became ill and had an “accident” on himself.  When he fainted, I called 911, and an ambulance came and took us both to the emergency room of a nearby hospital, where his wife ended up being one of the nurses on duty.  Though he was sick, she created a scene, and chased me out of the hospital.  The evening was a nightmare. It was even worse when I returned to my car and had to clean up the “mess.”

M.M.  “After leaving a very expensive restaurant one night with a very handsome date (the second) with very polished airs, he pulled up in front of a fleabag motel and demanded sex.  When I refused, he grabbed my purse, took all the money out of my wallet (over a hundred dollars) and put me out of his car in a very seedy neighborhood.  I got home by flagging down a police car. I got satisfaction by filing a police report for robbery. Later, he was arrested and I got my money back.”                                                                    

A.L.  “ I once went on a blind date with a very pretty woman who called me by another man’s name all night, flirted with the waiter every time he came to the table, answered her cell phone every time it rang, and chatted with the callers as if she was alone.  She also ordered two entrées for dinner, one to eat there and one to take home to eat later.  After she finished eating, she looked at me with a frown and told me that she didn’t like men who wore glasses, and that I’d have to get some contacts if I wanted to date her.  I excused myself from the table and left the restaurant.  I figured if a woman orders two meals on one date, she should pay for it. “

 

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