Bad dating experiences

Half-asleep and still tipsy, I hopped into his kitchen and grabbed frozen spinach.

I went back to bed, laid the spinach on my ankle, and immediately fall back asleep. In his sheets, all over his floor, even in the cracks of his wicker bed frame.

I wanted to make sure he didn't need the Heimlich!

At this point, if I were him, I would have already been in the restroom.

A mutual friend had conjured up the idea over brunch, which is ironic based on how the date played out.

We met for oysters and drinks, then we argued for a solid 30 minutes about brunch.

I panicked and told my date the situation, figuring the other guy would say something since he was sitting literally right next to me. I managed to get out of the theatre without eye contact, but there's no way he didn't see me." —Laura R.

I thought it was broken, maybe because someone jumped on it when we were dancing.He looked at me and just said, ' What the f*ck?' I got out of there as fast as possible, and he didn't even help me hobble down the stairs.An emergency clinic confirmed that I had fractured my foot, and I never heard from my date again." —Emma P., 27"A guy I met online was so full of himself, there was no room for me at the table.He asked me if I liked his watch, then told me it was a ,000 birthday gift to himself.

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