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Posted on Fri, Jul 22, 2005 08:46

HHHHHEELLO Anyone...
I am always asking my friends about bad dates..it is always so fu##g FUNNY..
I did not have one yet... i got my sweety in the internet now i am sticky to it...... the famous one from my sweety: he saw the picture os the girl,,she looked nice,,the they meet and she was 100 pound heavier and 20 years older than the picture...JAJAJA>>>>lol.lol.lol.lol. I can't stop laughing!!! ....anyway share your with us... sorry me english still learning,, ERIKA


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jaja... I love funny things,,, jajaja..lol

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Posted on Sun, Jul 09, 2006 15:05

I have another one...back when I was very Mormon (aye yae yae).

I always thought it was rude to turn someone down for a date and be so shallow as to not give someone a chance because of looks. (It's probably still a noble thing to say, but I just can't seem to walk the walk.)

He wore very thick glasses (no biggie if you're in love) and drove into the oncoming traffic lane while making a left hand turn...I tried not to scream. We screeched back into our lane, just barely missing the median.

At a nice restaurant here, the cocktail waitress came to take our drink order (I cringed). She asked, "Can I get you folks something to drink?"

He replied using a tone that you might use if you felt you needed to stand up to Satan, "We do not drink alcohol. We're Mormon."

If you look up the word embarrassed in the dictionary, you will find my photo. It's also listed in the Thesaurus. The waitress cracked up openly and said, "Well, how about two sodas?" Later she came back and asked if we were going to be alright to drive and then laughed herself silly."

He took me home and hinted that he would like to come in. I was just too nice back then and didn't know how to say no. He overstayed his welcome and we had nothing more to talk about.

I didn't know how to ask him to leave, so I tried to be very boring. I said, "Do you mind if I pull out my cross-stitch project while we talk?" He answered, "Not at all! could you teach me how?"
GAH!!!!!!!!!!! It backfired, and there we sat for about another hour.

I did (and still partially do) feel 100% guilty for not being attracted to someone though. Does anyone else feel that way?

Course, he's probably married and having hot sex every day now. Their code word is probably "needlepoint."

  


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Posted on Sun, Jul 09, 2006 14:43

Oooh, I have had lots of horror dates (good ones too, but just sayin')! This story is so bizarre that it would be hard to fake the details--there are so many that I'll try to keep it short.

One particularly sad excuse of a date was a guy that I met at church (when I was a 'goer'). When he picked me up, my mother happened to be over and right off the bat he engages her in conversation about where she went to college (same state as he) and tells her that her college was the sh*ts (rival schools). Nice.

I lived in mid-San Diego. His scary car would barely start and he drove me about 30 mi. to Del Mar to a very nice restaurant. His car basically died at the restaurant when we pulled in--smoke everywhere.

Inside, when the waitress came to get our order, he took my menu from me before I could speak and said, "She'll have ..." Then to me, "You'll love it." I was 22 and not sure what to do so I rolled with it (I had probably mentally crossed him off at this point, but it got worse).

As the waitress walked away he said, "Wow, she's nice looking, isn't she?" Blech. We ate dinner and he insists on doing something else after--I felt like a prisoner. So went to a bowling alley to play pool and get ice cream. On the way in, he walks behind me and starts rubbing my shoulders. I sort of laugh and try to squirm away. GAWD. I "prayed" for the date to end.

He was very argumentative about any issue and insisted on winning our two games of pool. I just wanted to leave.

His car died at my house, but he revived it enough to start. I had to follow him home in my own car to make sure he got there.

I thought he would have been too embarrassed or turned off to ask me out again, but he did. I was honest and said that I don't think we would get along. He yelled at me, "You're not as hot as you think you are! You're VERY uncomfortable around men." (I remember making faces at myself in the mirror while he ranted, adding "Yes, you're probably right."



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Posted on Thu, Dec 22, 2005 14:18

My experience:

I'd designed some flyers for a friend and he's white and we've been friends for years.

Not too long ago, he called and wanted to know if I'd like to go to Cafe O'le and have dinner with him Pretty low key affair, and I specifically said to him this is not a date, this is two persons having dinner together. Didn't want to get his hopes up for the end of the evening.

He picks me up and we head out. He says perhaps before going to the resturant, we can stop by the bakery and pick up some pastries he likes for breakfast. So, it's cold in Idaho, I suggest he drops me of at the resturant and I'd get a table while I'm waiting.

I'm at the table, I forgot my ID, so they won't serve me a margarita and 40 minutes later he still hasn't arrived. But the waiters keep the chips coming and I'm listening to the conversation from the next table so, I'm pretty intertained.

Finally he arrives. Apparently, he got to the pastry shop, realized he'd left his wallet home and went back home to retrieve it. So I say, hey that's fine, things happen.

So, he orders me a margarita and everything is fine or at least that's what I think, until I notice that he has his hand shading his eyes as if he's hiding. So I finally say "is something wrong, do you have a headache?" He says oh no, but the "lights" bring on my migranes and I can feel one coming on.

He moves his hands and I say that's ok, would you like to leave? He insists on staying with his hand covering his eyes. Finally the waiter brings the bill and out of a $25 meal he leaves a $2.75 tip. and I say you can leave a little more if you want especially since he was very helpful while I was waiting for you. He says no that is 15% he doesn't deserve more and he's not responsible for feeding the waiter and his family. I said well don't worry $2.75 won't even buy him a gallon of gas to get to work to serve pleople like you.

Not such a bad date I guess, just annoying.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 09:31

It was a very ... umm..'colourful' outfit...and, don't forget, Robin did manage to hook up with a "millionaire"!

  
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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 00:23

I loved Robins D I V E R S I T Y outfit...mmmmmm good...Sorry going down memory lane...

  


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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 00:06

So true, so true indeed...you are...

  


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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 07:56

shaebutter write:
Nothing is funny about and she was black...I don't find being black funny...excuse me if I forgot to laugh..at your horror story...but you had a choice, before she even got into the car to leave? hello next you will tell us she was superwoman with special powers, that you just could not resist...you had a choice! period..I am sure her color first of all was the first thing you should have noticed...peace...once u saw her profile did not match up to her physical appearance, then run forest run...better robotust



pssst... take the chip off your shoulder and put your little race cards away. Her being black was secondary to the part about her being a lier... Don't let your blinders make you miss the point of the story!

You can stick with the depressing man dressed in dark if you want, but atleast the boy wonder had a little "diversity" in his uniform of yellow, red and green.



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Posted on Mon, Dec 19, 2005 12:41

P.S.
Rob, I was going to wink at you, but I guess I don't fit your profile match...oops I'm black...sorry..your cute anyway...remind me of robin on batman...boy wonder....

  
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Posted on Mon, Dec 19, 2005 12:13

Nothing is funny about and she was black...I don't find being black funny...excuse me if I forgot to laugh..at your horror story...but you had a choice, before she even got into the car to leave? hello next you will tell us she was superwoman with special powers, that you just could not resist...you had a choice! period..I am sure her color first of all was the first thing you should have noticed...peace...once u saw her profile did not match up to her physical appearance, then run forest run...better robotust

  


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Posted on Mon, Dec 19, 2005 12:08

Mr. robotust
You are the game initiator-he did not even have to go there...ok...peace..boy wonder

  


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Posted on Sat, Dec 03, 2005 07:20

Oh my God!!!,
What a funny story!!! Wa it worth the twenty?..I it was worth it..Stop complaining?..ROFLMAO

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Posted on Fri, Nov 18, 2005 14:42

Sorry Rob, I was nearing the limit on the characters and I wasn't sure on the flexibility of MM with certain words like "BJ".

Trust me, if you would've seen this woman-ish person, you would've paid her not to give you a BJ too. Back then I had low standards that she still couldn't meet...LMAO



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Posted on Thu, Nov 17, 2005 22:22

Now that was funny, Rob. Practice all week, hahahahahah!

  


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Posted on Thu, Nov 17, 2005 14:21

Interesting story Ford. It kinda lost me at the end. So are you saying that you actually paid a woman not to give you a bj? That might be a terrible precedent to set... Of course, if it becomes too common place, I guess men could conviently forget their wallets. ROFLMAO...


I once had a woman send me her friends picture, and then wonder why I wasn't happy with the lies she had told and why I didn't want to stay for dinner... Dang, I hope she didn't practice all week too.

  


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Posted on Thu, Nov 17, 2005 10:59

Okay, here's one for yas. First date ever with someone online, met her on Y personals. She tells me she is 5'6, long brown hair, blue eyes, 120lbs, and lives in an affluent neighborhood. Not bad I thought. Turns out she's 5'1, short brown hair, brown eyes, 160lbs or more, and she neglected to tell me she was black. On top of this, she's dressed like she came off of the street corner and me coming from work, I'm in a suit. Being the gentleman I am, I proceeded with the dinner anyway. Boy was that a mistake. We sit down to dinner and the whole time, she's hoisting her breasts onto the table and talking about them. Seeing my utter embarrassment, the waitress was kind enough to give us plenty of time to spend with each other. A man really learns humility when the entire wait staff is pointing and laughing. Dinner ends and we head back to the parking lot. She didn't drive so she asked me to give her a ride home. So I start driving towards the neighborhood that she told me (don't know why) and was told to turn around and head for the WORST neighborhood in the city. The whole time I'm thinking "Please God, give me enough gas to get there and get home without stopping". I pull onto her street and she tells me to park behind the abandoned and stripped car on the side, that's her house. She then asks for a kiss to end a wonderful evening (for who?). Fine, whatever, just leave. She kisses me and then starts to fondle me. I ask her why and she tells me that she wants to give me something intimate. She proceeds to tell me that she has a bet with her sister who is watching from the living room window that she would give me one and that she was practicing on her neighbor for the whole week to ensure it would be good. I'm sure you can imagine my reaction. I gave her $20 for her sister, kick her out of the car, and sped away. From now on, she needs to give at least 3 pictures and gets quizzed on the area that she lives in before a date.



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Posted on Fri, Nov 11, 2005 08:04

Hi Everyone,
well, my horror date wasn't exactly a date...more like a traveling around the world...and what?
Spoke to this guy for over 3 months, every day, he had tons of my pics, and he came up with the plan to pay for my flight, and I visited him on my vacation. I arrived Tuesday night, he goes to work Wednesday, comes home, takes me out, tells me Thursday he don't feel no chemistry. WHAT?????
Excuse me, but how can you tell a person that, when you haven't even spent time with a person. He knew what I looked like etc. and I had told him that if he changes his mind me visiting, tell me please BEFORE I come and make a fool out of myself.
He still offered me to stay, and said he had frieds who can take me places.
Do I want to be passed on to some other guys/s and still stay there for the rest of my vacation? NO!!!!
Fortunately I had a cousin who lived in that area, and I packed my things and left.
LADIES, WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THIS BEHAVIOR OF THIS GUY?



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Posted on Wed, Nov 02, 2005 06:48

billzeke write:
It works both ways ladies. Below is an e-mail I received last week. I removed her contact details as to not further embarrass her, although I think she may be hard to embarrass. I don't mind helping out people that I know, but this kind of thing doesn't set very well with me. Maybe I will send her some airline miles.
MM won't let you use the word "at", but they don't seem to mind people using the service for this kind of thing. My current membership expires on 11/2. The message boards have really deteriorated. I have to seriously decide whether or not to remain a member. Maybe I will make a statment by not sending MM any more money. I can always rejoin if the service improves.


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It works both ways ladies. Below is an e-mail I received last week. I removed her contact details as to not further embarrass her, although I think she may be hard to embarrass. I don't mind helping out people that I know, but this kind of thing doesn't set very well with me. Maybe I will send her some airline miles.
MM won't let you use the word "at", but they don't seem to mind people using the service for this kind of thing. My current membership expires on 11/2. The message boards have really deteriorated. I have to seriously decide whether or not to remain a member. Maybe I will make a statment by not sending MM any more money. I can always rejoin if the service improves.


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Amount: $100.00 CAD

Event Date: Oct. 28, 2005

Note: I am a young Canadian woman, my name is .??I just left my job to travel to the US to be with my fianc?.??I was supposed to go next week.??I just found out that he is also engaged to another woman.??Though this is a devastating blow psychologically, it has also left me in a financial bind.??I am writing to seek help from anyone that is able to make a contribution to help me get back on my feet.??My fianc? is a multimillionaire (or so he says) but has no desire to help me in anyway.??I greatly appreciate any amount you could provide.

God Bless,



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Posted on Sun, Oct 30, 2005 06:11

It works both ways ladies. Below is an e-mail I received last week. I removed her contact details as to not further embarrass her, although I think she may be hard to embarrass. I don't mind helping out people that I know, but this kind of thing doesn't set very well with me. Maybe I will send her some airline miles.
MM won't let you use the word "at", but they don't seem to mind people using the service for this kind of thing. My current membership expires on 11/2. The message boards have really deteriorated. I have to seriously decide whether or not to remain a member. Maybe I will make a statment by not sending MM any more money. I can always rejoin if the service improves.


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Amount: $100.00 CAD

Event Date: Oct. 28, 2005

Note: I am a young Canadian woman, my name is .??I just left my job to travel to the US to be with my fianc?.??I was supposed to go next week.??I just found out that he is also engaged to another woman.??Though this is a devastating blow psychologically, it has also left me in a financial bind.??I am writing to seek help from anyone that is able to make a contribution to help me get back on my feet.??My fianc? is a multimillionaire (or so he says) but has no desire to help me in anyway.??I greatly appreciate any amount you could provide.

God Bless,



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It works both ways ladies. Below is an e-mail I received last week. I removed her contact details as to not further embarrass her, although I think she may be hard to embarrass. I don't mind helping out people that I know, but this kind of thing doesn't set very well with me. Maybe I will send her some airline miles.
MM won't let you use the word "at", but they don't seem to mind people using the service for this kind of thing. My current membership expires on 11/2. The message boards have really deteriorated. I have to seriously decide whether or not to remain a member. Maybe I will make a statment by not sending MM any more money. I can always rejoin if the service improves.


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Amount: $100.00 CAD

Event Date: Oct. 28, 2005

Note: I am a young Canadian woman, my name is .??I just left my job to travel to the US to be with my fianc?.??I was supposed to go next week.??I just found out that he is also engaged to another woman.??Though this is a devastating blow psychologically, it has also left me in a financial bind.??I am writing to seek help from anyone that is able to make a contribution to help me get back on my feet.??My fianc? is a multimillionaire (or so he says) but has no desire to help me in anyway.??I greatly appreciate any amount you could provide.

God Bless,



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Posted on Wed, Oct 26, 2005 06:57

blueeyesonlakelanier, I am sorry that happened to you. I have given out money before( not that much to one individual) and never get it back. I felt sorry for these people but they never feel sorry for you. They act like you have no right to ask for it back!You shouldn't even have to ask for it! If a man asks for money for any reason, run. I dated a loser who could never remember to bring his wallet. don't know why I continued to date him. For all you women in Jacksonville, Florida, here's a shout out. He took me to an ABC liquor store on Baymeadows Road. The date consisted of him drinking vodka at home and me sitting there watching him!
blueeyesonlakelanier, I am sorry that happened to you. I have given out money before( not that much to one individual) and never get it back. I felt sorry for these people but they never feel sorry for you. They act like you have no right to ask for it back!You shouldn't even have to ask for it! If a man asks for money for any reason, run. I dated a loser who could never remember to bring his wallet. don't know why I continued to date him. For all you women in Jacksonville, Florida, here's a shout out. He took me to an ABC liquor store on Baymeadows Road. The date consisted of him drinking vodka at home and me sitting there watching him!



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