Horror dating stories
When all the bars closed we sat on a park bench and talked all night, even had the most romantic kiss. We had already made plans for a second date but he was so embarrassed I never heard from him again.He walked me home and we snogged outside my house for a bit. This was my first date with a guy who ended up being my boyfriend for five years."I will never forget that," she says, "and 10/10 for thinking outside of the box."So in the name of sorority, and to let you know you’re not alone in the minefield that is dating, these brave real women share their stories of what could have been but, luckily, never was.Or in the words of queen Bey: “The best thing I never had.”I’d gone to get drinks with a guy and he was asking all the banal first date questions – what do you do, where are you from, etc.I guess he must have done some post-date internet stalking because he sent me about a dozen messages over the next three days telling me what a b*tch I was, that I was lucky he ever bothered with me at all, and that his suspicions of me being a lesbian had to be true because I’d rebuffed him. Once outside my house he told me that he had only come on the date to “see if he could get over someone” and proceeded to thank me for my time, saying that he “feels much better about himself now because he knows that he can easily date other women”.Couldn't he just have said “Nice meeting you” and then proceeded to ghost me?
I couldn't get up and leave because I was hooked to an IV!
First, we had to "get some cash." He took me to a blood bank to donate plasma!
We got extra cash since it was the first visit for both of us and while I was there, my bed "won" the drawing and I received an extra .
Naturally, no one hopes (or even expects) that it will go badly, but first dates are rarely romantic or easy-going.
Dating is truly a mixed bag and for every great date, chances are you might have to endure one (or five) awful ones.