Dating disaster stories
I was mortified, so I blocked them—it was the first thing I could think to do." -Veronica, 22"After chatting on Tinder for a couple of weeks, I decided to grab drinks with this guy at a local bar. I'm sorry, but implying I'm a prostitute is going to get you nowhere." -Emily, 22"Once a guy insisted that I tell him my SAT score when I was talking about my job in college admissions.
I was a few beers and a couple hours in when I decided to call it a night. I thought that was super weird and didn't want to, but he kept asking so I finally told him.
And then when I kicked him out, he asked me for my Wi-Fi password so he could get an Uber." -Michelle, 24"I matched with a guy on Bumble, and we arranged to meet at a Mexican restaurant.
I see him waiting outside and attempt to quicken my pace (no one wants to awkwardly make eye contact for an entire block)—all the while trying to strut my stuff, of course.
They both sit down and at this point I’m really confused.
She introduces me to her husband, and he tells me that they’ve been looking for another man to join them because his wife likes sleeping with two men at the same time, and he’s into it as well.
Dating apps: Can't live with them, can't live without them.
But seriously, sometimes things go so wrong—like endless date with a cringe-worthy guy wrong—that you can't help but wonder why you're on the app in the first place.
(How can you definitely know who a person is before you meet them IRL? Etc, etc.) These 15 stories of online dating disasters will feed your biggest paranoias. “We met at a local pub for a few drinks, and we got chicken fingers.
“When I didn’t want to go on a second date, he sent me a photo of him cutting himself with blood everywhere titled, ‘I bleed for you.'” 13.
“I was messaging with a girl I’ll call ‘Ashley.’ It was one of those conversations that immediately took off, and we were talking for at least four hours straight.
A year later, I get a call from Alex, asking if he can travel cross-country to visit me, stay in my house, and meet my parents. " -Amanda, 23"I was using the same opening line on Bumble for every guy—' You can only listen to one song for the rest of your life. '—when one of them (we'll call him Alan) replied, ' Does that line actually work for you?
' Then another replied, ' What Alan said.' Apparently, they were friends who happened to be together when I messaged them both the same thing!
So the next time you go on a seriously awful date you'll know that you're not alone.