Dating on line horror stories
He dropped me off at home, but I wasn't about to call it a night just because he was lame, so I met my friends at a club. My friends and I taunted him so badly, he ultimately did end up making it an early night." -Pam, 54"A lot of Orthodox Jews rely on matchmakers to set them up, so I decided to give it a try. You work in a stressful environment and somehow manage that. To name a few: ' Gay people shouldn't have the right to vote because they aren't real citizens,' ' Women shouldn't have the right to choose if they shave or not — no man wants to touch that,' ' But you'll quit your job when you get married, right? ' After I excused myself to the bathroom, I calmed myself down, laid down a and walked across the street to a gay bar and shared my story. He told me he had a collection of pieces that infamous convicted criminals had done while serving their time in prison, and out of sheer curiosity I agreed to go back to his place to check them out.
I met my 'match' at this loud sports bar and already knew it was going to be bad. He kept checking his watch and got frustrated when I didn't know what I wanted to order. Then he calls me out on it and tells me I am required to ask him three questions. I had told him all about my job at a startup when he said to me, ' I don't understand what the issue is. I got free (and much needed) tequila shots all night." "Me: (chewing main course)Him: It's really nice to be here with you. Me: (refrain from spitting food all over him, chewing slower now)Him: I'd like to have children sooner rather than later. His house was packed from wall-to-wall with serial killer memorabilia: photographs, articles of clothing the killer had worn, news clippings, artifacts collected from crime scenes, handwritten letters...anything you could even remotely link to a famous serial killer, this guy had won at an auction and was now proudly displaying in his home. " -Kasey, 26"I was very excited to meet my date because his photo looked like a young Matt Lauer (wearing a bathing suit, six pack abs, with full head of hair.) I was in the waiting area and some guy walks up to me and says, 'hi', but I didn't think it was my date.
If it's crazy enough, we may just add it to the list.
Photo: We Heart It Begin slideshow "Over drinks at a bar my date revealed many interesting details about himself.
Every few minutes the waiter would go into the back, probably prepping to go home.
My date gets up, walks to the empty table next to ours, grabs the salt and pepper shakers, sits back down and puts them her purse, and says nothing.
Putting your fate in the hands of a matchmaker isn't even a safe bet, as Ricki, 23, found out the hard way, when she was set up on a date who, despite the obvious answer, kept insisting, "We are having fun. Also, be sure to comment below and share any horrifying dating stories you may have.
I told him he looked nice, and got nothing in return. Me: (smile, still chewing)Him: You're a very attractive girl. This guy looked more like Willard Scott with no hair and a very large stomach. I asked him how old his picture was and he said 20 years! " "A guy I knew in high school asked me to go out for drinks, and when we got to the bar, his line of questioning was very strange; he definitely wanted to know a lot more than how I had been since high school. ' A few days later, he texted me complaining that I was ignoring him and that he had real feelings for me.