I met a guy who said he wanted to make me dinner, 19yo me thought this was a sweet idea. When we got to his house I had to pee. I used his bathroom and when I came out he was naked on the couch and said, “Dinner’s served!” I told him I wasn’t hungry anymore and left.
>now THAT is fucking funny. im going to try that one day.
>haha be careful, if I would have had my pepper spray on me, I wouldn’t have ran out as quickly!
>I wonder if this is what guys think of when I volunteer to cook dinner for them…
>Sheesh, he could have put some donuts or pineapple rings on his wang or something, class it up a bit.
Guys like that give us all a bad name.
Went to a restaurant with a guy I met online. He seemed like a really good guy and we actually hit it off really well. We were sharing a dessert and having a nice time, until his fiancee came over and dumped a drink all over him. She started screaming about how she loved him and how she couldn’t believe he’d gone behind her back. She was out to dinner with her mother at the same restaurant, apparently their plans had changed and he had no clue she would even be in town. He left me at the table, running out after her and her mother, who was screaming profanities at me from across the restaurant. I was nearly in tears trying to explain to the waiter (and really anyone who would listen, they had made quite a scene) that I had NO idea that he was engaged. And then, because he had left, I got stuck with the bill.
After the whole incident, he tried to go out with me again. He claimed they had broken up. I managed to find him on facebook and learned that they were still together, so I sent her a message with a screenshot of the text where he had asked me out again. I told her I was really sorry that she was dating such a scumbag, and that she could do better.
So she and I ended up talking, and now we’ve actually become casual friends and go out to lunch on occasion. And he’s still a scumbag with an active OKcupid.
>I’m really glad you guys became friends. I can’t stand it when people blame the other person rather than who they’re dating, especially when they had no idea that the guy/girl was in a relationship already.
>>Exactly. Unless the person obviously knows you two are an item(Such as a close friend of yours or your SO), then there’s no reason to believe that person even knew.
>I awwed at that you guys are now friends.
>>Hey, she’s a nice girl and we have similar tastes (obviously). We laugh about the crazy way we met now. And I’m happy to report that she has found herself a wonderful guy.
>>>Good for her! Some people.. ಠ_ಠ
Second date, met her at the restaurant and didn’t realize I’d left my wallet at home.
She says the only reason she agreed to a third date was that I made multiple offers to drive home (about a 30 minute round trip) to get it.
Edit: FML, ok, see if I can put an update in right this time…
For those of you saying she was a money grubbing bitch: I invited her out to lunch. No expectation of her paying.
When I arrived, I realized I didn’t have my wallet with me. Explained to her that I could drive home to get it if she didn’t mind waiting for me to get back. She offered to pay at that point. It was later I found out about guys asking her out in the past then waiting until the bill arrives and saying “you got this, right” or asking her to split the check.
Were there other dates: Yep, we dated for about a month when she called me at 11 p.m. one night freaking out. She lived in a second floor apartment and her cat had gone out on her balcony, then gone to the neighbors balcony. Neighbor was in the Navy and wasn’t around and the damn cat wouldn’t come back over to her. Drove the half hour to her apartment, pulled a Spiderman routine by going over the balcony railing then climbing onto the neighbors balcony, caught the cat, passed it over to her, climbed back then headed home. She later told me she knew I was a keeper at that point.
We were married in October of the next year and will be celebrating our 11th anniversary this year.
>Shit dude you made me think she dumped you when you wrote, “we dated for about a month when she called me at 11..” lol
Glad that was a happy ending :)
>Saving a chicks cat is probably the fastest way to getting her to love you forever.
>>Granted I as a straight hetrosexual dude would at least blow someone who saved my cat (if it came to such a situation requiring saving).
>I don’t know, the whole cat thing sound suspicious to me. Her cat hops over to the next balcony? Well then he can hop back, how did she discover the cat was “trapped” it didn’t come when she called? That just isn’t how cats operate!
>>It wasn’t trapped. It’s a cat. It doesn’t listen to orders
>Why would asking to split the check be bad? Just because a person has a vagina doesn’t mean they get everything for free. It’s nice to do, but shouldn’t be expected.
>>Agreed. If you set the expectation of splitting the check before the check arrives.
If you wait until the check shows up before confirming that you’re splitting the check, you deserve the scorn the other person heaps upon you.