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Overheard…

Deal Breakers, Etc

April 8, 2018

Carol:  “After going on three dates with this one guy, I discovered he wasn’t a gentleman.  Though he was absolutely beautiful to look at, and I hadn’t met anyone so interesting in awhile, I knew he wasn’t the one for me.  He didn’t hold doors, and he didn’t introduce me to anyone when we encountered others he knew.  I refused to go out with him again after he drove off one night after letting me out in front of my home without even waiting for me to get in the door.”

Nadine:  “After a month of dating this fabulous guy, he hit me up for a “temporary” loan of $400.00 with some elaborate story about his bank messing up his account.  The sure sign of a slickster is when he asks for money for any reason.  I told him bluntly that I don’t loan money, and I didn’t respect men who borrow.”

Lonnie:  “After several strikeouts with some real ditzos, I thought I had finally met a woman with some potential.  We had been dating a few months, and she had it going on until one night we were at a crowded club, and she had to leave to go to the ladies room.  When she finally returned to the table, she was giggling as she told me that several brothers hit on her.  It was obvious she enjoyed the attention, but it was real dumb to tell me.  I took her home that night, and never called her again.  I ain’t interested in no woman who eats up attention from other men.  Mine should have been enough!”

Greg – “I had been involved with this woman for some time, when we were out having dinner one night and I left the table to get something out of my car, I ran into a former female college classmate, who incidentally was very attractive, and stood talking to her about five minutes before I proceeded to my car.  We exchanged numbers and hugged in parting.  When I got back to the table, my date was suddenly sullen and not talking.  When I kept pressing for what was wrong, she accused me of getting “some strange woman’s number” in front of her face and disrespecting her.  Needless to say, that was our last date.”

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