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Thread: Seinfeld-esque Dating Stories

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    That is totally bizarre, Blue...lololololol.

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    Originally Posted by bluecastle

    Which has become shorthand among my friends for: dating—it's weird. "Children can become mute," we say, clinking glasses at the bizarro thing that is life and trying to connect.
    WTheck was that about?! Too funny.

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    Originally Posted by abitbroken
    Was that supposed to performance art?
    That's what it felt like—like a fringe performance art show from the 70s. As compellingly strange as it was totally unnerving and off-putting. A friend of mine presumed that she was reenacting scenes from a prior relationship, hoping for different results.

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    Originally Posted by bluecastle
    That's what it felt like—like a fringe performance art show from the 70s. As compellingly strange as it was totally unnerving and off-putting. A friend of mine presumed that she was reenacting scenes from a prior relationship, hoping for different results.
    If she intended to do a little wardrobe malfunction to give you a little peek, you would think it would be quick and accompanied by a little laugh or a "whoops!" and a wink. but the whole costume change thing.

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    This thread is a riot.

    One that come to mind is we met at this restaurant bar, very quiet upscale place. My date shows up badly limping, like barely able to walk. Needless to say, I asked what happened.....and wished I hadn't. Instead of a polite "I hurt my back" I got a graphic, second by second detailed account of how him and his ex were having post break up sex and how he got hurt during that. At some point the bartender, who couldn't help but overhear this, poured me a stiff drink without being asked....not that I could have. For 30 minutes straight the dude talked so much about it that you couldn't get a word in edgewise. Toward the end of those excruciating 30 minutes of verbal porn I wasn't interested in, as I was desperately gesturing for the check.....the bartender had handwritten in "On the house. I've been bartending for over 20 year and have never seen this kind of an idiot and I've SEEN idiots." The bartender was more correct than he knew. Even after my abrupt departure, the guy kept contacting me for another date and he just couldn't understand why I rejected him.....talk about clueless.....smh.... It was funny after the fact, but during was really quite gross.

    Another date was a guy well over 6' and the minute he saw me, he went on about how I'm tall enough for him and then proceeded to talk in detail about our married life and respective duties and expectations he has all the way down to daily time schedule and what he wants to do once he is home and what he expects me to do as well. It was surreal. Another one where you couldn't get a word in edgewise to the point where I simply stood up, picked up my purse and started walking to my car. He just followed...still talking.....and as I was closing my car door in his face, heard him say something about "So I'll see you Tuesday at 6pm."

    My hairdresser heard a lot of my dating adventures and he diagnosed it all as a bad case of verbal diarrhea.

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    Originally Posted by DancingFool
    "So I'll see you Tuesday at 6pm."
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    classic :)

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    Oh my gosh! That was exactly like the guy I went on a date with at 18. He had our whole wedding, honeymoon and lives planned out! He was a nice guy and all but WOW!

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    shamelessly bumping this up because i want more people to share their stories.

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    My date and I were going for an after-dinner drink. He parked the car, and I jumped out to pay the meter.

    I glanced back and noticed he got out out a cardboard box from the glove compartment and took a pill out of it. I clearly saw that it said "Cialis".
    I watched as he took a pill, drank from his water bottle, and got out of the car.

    Yep, he took a Cialis (like Viagra) just prior to our after-dinner drink, which was conveniently close to my house.

    I drank my drink really fast and said I couldn't wait for him to take me home! He sprinted to the car, and I kissed him a bunch, and then I said, "Oh I'm so sorry, but I have an early morning. Nite!!!" and I watched as he and his 4-hour erection drove away.

    True. Story.

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    limichelle, several of your stories made me laugh, but this one really got me:

    Originally Posted by limichelle
    I went out with a guy on a first date when I was 19 and we were dressed exactly the same. It was a blind date set up by my friend. I had on a long sleeved white v neck shirt with a blue sporty vest. He showed up with the same shirt and vest.

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