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Okay so last week I was fretting about going on this date with a guy who seemed too good to be true in many ways!

 

Basically it started out great, we went on a picnic and had a few drinks. I was so nervous it was the first date I have been on in a very long time. Okay so we had fun, he seemed cool..we decided to go on to a bar after it got dark out and we had some more drinks. I was very silly and Im naturally not a big drinker, I think it was a cross between nerves and trying to keep up. The truth is...before I knew it I was very very tipsy and thats the last I remember haha...

 

I woke up the next morning in my bed with ABSOLUTELY no memory whatsoever of how I got there and what happened. I was so embarrassed and this has never happened to me before. I had a message from him asking if I got home safe on my phone. I had a bruise on my leg. For the past 48 hours ive been trying to remember! I text him apologising and explaining Im not usually a big drinker he said its okay and I seemed fine. Although Im pretty sure he wont be seeing me again, I wouldnt want to see me again!

 

Im just so embarrassed! If he really knew me and what Im like he would know Im awesome haha..thought Id share the story to show some optimism..I mean all of you who worry about your dates just think it could be worse!

 

I thought it could be fun to share our dating nightmares come true on here, might make for some cheerful funny reading instead of the usual doom and gloom we see so often on here..

 

Never ever again...I feel like such a douche! I guess at the end of the time if he was my kind of guy he would be able to see the funny side of it. I never drink cider I dont know what possessed me.

 

I couldnt help but feel a little sad about it yesterday though, I guess I miss having a partner that I dont have to impress all the time that will love me for me, but that sure dont come over night. There is something that feels so false about going on dates. I guess if I had been comfortable enough I wouldnt have felt the need to consume alcohol. Never again!

 

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I went on a date with this girl once and she just talked about herself, her issues, and her crazy family. And then she started talking about how i should believe in God... or something.

and then she wouldnt let me go back to my car, i fell asleep in her car at Sonic. it was like 11.

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No it doesnt coldplay!! I dont even know what I did but I have a feeling it was bad. A friend of mine saw us in the bar apparently because I got a message on facebook the next day saying :

 

"Oi drunkard...hope you had fun out with yer grandad hahahaha!"

 

Very worrying! Gosh I forgot how awful and embarrassing dating is!

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One girl who was constantly talking about herself, her ex-es, playing with her cellphone ( looking for messages ? ) and holding horrendous predjudices about certain people. Everything I hate ! And I was kind enough to escort her back to the bus because she was affraid of a couple of people "lurking" around.

 

I'm so glad I never had to see her again.

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first date went great.. a few drinks, talked for a couple hours.. seemed like a second date would be a good thing Second date... dinner and a movie... picks me up, stops by a drug store, leaves me in the car and says I"ll be right back. OK.. I thought, weird, but ok. Comes out with one of those nearly opaque bags, sets it on the seat between us... box of trojans... looking back.. I should have ended the date there!

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Hahahaha! Oh dear! Hearing your stories really hlp me feel better, it would seem there are much worse things than getting drunk!

 

Trojans on second date!? What was he thinking?!

 

Ohhh YOU know what he was thinking!!! LOL sad thing for him, at that point in time of my life, he might have got what he wanted... had he not been quite so presumptuous!

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I am not big on the online dating thing, but my friends wanting to be nice made a profile for me. Anyways a guy starts writting to me, we were writting for about three weeks before I accepted a date. Maybe I have watched too many serial killer movies but I am always afraid of that when I think of online dates. We went out in the afternoon for some coffee I picked the location since it was a busy town square and it was pretty close to my house. We met up and he seemed normal. He turned out to be so "sweet".

 

Anyways had coffee walked and talked for like 4 hrs. It got dark and we were in his car he was showing me some of his music collection. Anyways I am getting ready to say goodbye and I was going to give him a hug, because I don't believe in kissing on the first date ( its too personal). He grabbed me and kissed me by force. As of that wasn't enough...he pushed my head down towards his genital area and he said " don't worry I have had plenty of great relationships that have started with sex". I was outraged somehow I was able to free myself, I slapped him as hard as I could and I ran to the starbucks. I called my guy friends to come and get me, he was waiting outside till he saw my friends walk in and talk to me.

 

He took off as fast as possible and that same night I noticed when I got online he had erased all his personal info, his dating profile and email address.

 

To this day I wont even go anywhere near a dating site. Worst and scariest date experience ever.

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I went on a date with a guy i'd met online, I (stupidly) agreed to pick him up in my car and we would go to a bar. We had a drink or 2, and I was really uncomfortable because he kept making sexual references and he wasn't what I expected, we didn't click, I wasn't attracted to him AT ALL, and I just wanted to get out of there.

 

I made an excuse about having a headache so we could leave early, and in the car on the way back he get's his 'thing' out, says 'sorry I can't help it' and jacks off right there in the passenger seat!!! I was so alarmed, I didn't know what to say! He was coming on to me and I had to pretend I was really ill to keep him off me. Luckily the drive was short and I sped away the moment he shut the door!! CREEEEEEP!

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nothing nearly as bad as all the stories before this but i had a date with a girl and we were talking about hobbies and i mentioned that i play poker. her eyes lit up and she told me great stories of how she would max out her credit cards at casinos and spend all her money gambling. she would find herself counting the hours it would take to recover the money lost next morning at her job ...

 

i guess if thats the worst i should consider myself lucky.

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I have a horror story that didn't even reach the date... About 10 years ago I was talking to a guy online that I'd met on AOL... (back when it was free lol) Anyway, we'd talked for weeks and I'd actually started liking him. We'd spoken on the phone, traded pictures, etc... In his pictures, he was HOT! Sexy, muscular, very toned, etc... And he sounded sexy as hell on the phone too. Well, apparently people can lie like hell online. On the day we decide to meet, I stood watching for his car as he'd told me what he was driving... and out comes this (I'm not kidding) 400+ lb. guy... OK, no offence to large people because I myself am a bit overweight... But this guy looked NOTHING like his pics! Maybe the face a bit, but it was obviously like a 20 year old pic! I was so mad. Not because of his size but his deception and lying! Anyway, I end up breaking the date off... I lied and told him my ex called a few minutes prior and we ended up getting back together. Not that two wrongs make a right but hell, he lied... so can I right? I took off asap...

 

I've been leery to talk to people online ever since...

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Man, there are some nutjobs out there! My worst experience wasn't that bad. Just some guy who was clearly not over his ex-girlfriend and spoke of nothing but her. It was very annoying and I didn't accept a second date despite his constant nagging for one. Most of my other dates have been pretty good...guess I'm lucky for that!

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Man, there are some nutjobs out there! My worst experience wasn't that bad. Just some guy who was clearly not over his ex-girlfriend and spoke of nothing but her. It was very annoying and I didn't accept a second date despite his constant nagging for one. Most of my other dates have been pretty good...guess I'm lucky for that!

 

awww.. that sounds like my daughter's dad... his 4-5 girlfriends after me had to hear all about me... I really did feel sorry for them, one of them was really a nice woman.

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Whoa, these are some incredible stories here! I am both flabbergasted at some of the things these guys are doing, and happy that I have never done anything so bad as to be worthy of a story like these.

 

Jeez.

 

Wish I had something to share, but most of my dates have been okay or just no sparks there. In retrospect I'm grateful!

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Whoa, these are some incredible stories here! I am both flabbergasted at some of the things these guys are doing, and happy that I have never done anything so bad as to be worthy of a story like these.

 

Jeez.

 

Wish I had something to share, but most of my dates have been okay or just no sparks there. In retrospect I'm grateful!

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Wow! Can't believe a guy can be that way but I know it happens..I feel it's disrespectful to automatically assume a kiss is yours..that alone anything else.. I must be old fashioned as it gets... I actually ask her permission to kiss the first time.

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A line like "Can I kiss you?" has to kill the mood.

 

Not necessarily. Some girls might be thrilled by a (probably overly) gentlemanly line like that. I'm thinking of the many very hopelessly romantic women that I've met over the years. A lot of them were deathly afraid that some man would take advantage of them, and so were very very very very careful about everything. I doubt many of them would kiss a guy unless he asked, and they felt they loved him.

 

(I've got nothing against hopeless romantics. I consider myself one of them. But these specific women take it to a whole other level.)

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