Embarrassing teenage dating stories
Less than a minute after I get in the dude's car, he's like, "I forgot that you lived so far out.
Do you mind if we don't go to the place I suggested? Then he says, "Good, 'cause I don't really feel like driving way out there and then bringing your ass all the way back home. Then once I pay for my half and leave my tip, he puts down and asks me if i have any more small bills because he doesn't want to break his other .
Finally a guy sat down and introduced himself as my date, but instead of the 25-year-old I was expecting and was pictured on his profile, he was overweight, balding, and at least 50.
He ended up talking to me for at least a half hour about how he was a 25-year-old in a 50-year-old's body, and that the picture was from his youth. —Samantha, AZI was 25 and working at a restaurant in a busy mall.
And oh, could I cover brunch, because he makes like zero dollars.
—Julieanne, NYIt was my first date with a guy I met on an online personals site.
Given that a breast exam is a routine part of a gynecological check up, she was instantly mortified about what her doctor would think.
During the exam she pretended to be distracted by a particularly compelling article in Us Weekly, but after her doctor was through with his poking and prodding, he asked her to get dressed and come into his office.
We head to a really nice steakhouse, and after appetizers and his third martini, he starts to speak baby talk to me, as in "Would you wike a wittle kissy-wissy?(I wish I was making this up.) I make it to the ladies' room, where my waitress walks in after me as I'm planning my escape route, and she says, "Um, I was just listening in on your date. —Kristin, NYThough we had really hit it off on the phone, when we met in person, my blind date looked nothing like he said he did and spent our entire date talking about how unattractive he is and how women constantly reject him, asking me if I thought he was ugly.