I told him upfront when I got there that he needed to call a ride because I wasn't taking him home. He tried calling a few times but I didn't answer.
suddenly he took out some blank drawing paper and some pens and he started drawing a picture (horrible! He said he had a problem with texting people weird sms when he was drunk. When we actually met I thought he was okay and we talked prior to the date so I was excited.
) and in a talk-bubble it said: Do you want to be my girlfriend? He promised me to stay sober so that he could prove to me he's worthy of my friendship. The excitement went down after we went to a restaurant and when the bill came he advised me he didn't have no money.
I kept telling him to just drop my off first, but I think he honestly thought we would still be hanging out at my house and all I wanted was to get away from him! I am not trying to say I am Brad Pitt or anything, but I guess I just went into the situation with an expectation and picture of what she would look like, and it was totally different. Ok, so I started this blog so that everyone can vent about a bad resturaunt/bar/diner/fast experience they have recently had. Most everyone on here is in rehab over a relationship gone bad - or going bad.
So since he was driving we did get to stop so he could check on his cat. :( I took a girl out from a online dating service (NEVER AGAIN). Needless to say, I cancelled my membership after this.. :cool: I never really had a bad date but I have had a really HORRIBLE First (and last) kiss. The first couple of weeks, he called me every day, sometimes twice a day. I assumed he didn't have the guts to break it off, so I stopped calling him and he wouldn't call me for a few days, but he always called. Hi, I thought it would be cool to share our WORST sexual experience. But what is the WORST relationship/dating incident/situation you ever experienced?
I didn't know what to do with myself and I didn't know him... and told him that; yeah its nice of you to ask, but.. I must say its an anecdote I've retold many times over the last 9 years though, lol which makes me feel like a mean person by the way. OOO; and the strange guy he has been dating my old high school friend for years now according to my dad (he worked with her briefly last year :p) great post LIz ;) Had some bad 'first' dates, but none qualifies as worst, so I think I'll share my worst dating experience which was not during the date itself. One night he texted me at 2 am (I never turn my mobile off) saying he succeeded in being sober and just want to let me know. Amyway, he's not a bad person, so I told him I forgave him. He only had carfare that he had to borrow from his buddy.
Met this good-looking guy at a party at my boss's place, exchanged numbers, he texted me the next day casually asking me out for lunch. I went to another party that he hosted, but things weren't the same anymore. I was upset because I wished he would have told me before hand.
Because I was a single mother, we made plans to order pizza and watch a movie at my apartment, I mean he did work for my father. " So I met the guy at the bowling alley and he looked at me strange too but I played a blind eye to it. Since the wig wasn't secure it fell off when I slipped as I went to throw the ball. She had posted several pics of herself, all good looking. I was in complete shock, so it was awkward from there.
Well as it turned out my sister was able to come over for the night to babysit, so when he showed up I let him know that we could go out to dinner. I was embrassed but played it off by laughing so he joined in. I am not trying to be shallow, but you are attracted to someone based upon looks, especially when it comes to online dating. I got rejected in front of the entire bar area too, so it made things even worse...
Anyway, I went on a date with this guy who asked me out. He had a car when I met him and I let him know from the jump that I would be meeting him there.
He took the liberty of getting dropped off instead of driving without telling me with the expectation that I would drive him home.
This guy she was talking to had a friend that use to ask me out all the time.