Dating disasters to avoid
One of my friends had her first Tinder date at an outdoor movie in the park.
She packed a little picnic of wine and Cheez-Its to make it extra cute, but her date was totally undeserving of the effort.
He chugged the wine immediately and made fun of her for liking Cheez-Its (while eating them by the handful).
Even worse, he complained about being cold early on in the evening, so she lent him her jacket, which he wore for the rest of the night. She took her jacket back, dodged his goodbye kiss, and left him alone with the empty box of Cheez-Its.
One guy, however, took his foot fetish to incredibly inappropriate levels on his movie date with Naughtynurse99. The guy found out they lived in the same area of Fort Lauderdale, and he had a lot of follow-up questions about her exact location. However one extremely rude first date left her reeling and wondering what went wrong. That kind of ego-crushing, jaw-dropping douchery is what many people fear when online dating.
It’s too easy for online daters to be superficial jerks to one another.
I once spent weeks talking to a guy I thought was smart and kind — only to meet him and find out he’s dull and narcissistic. He showed up late carrying a bouquet, wearing a tux, and sweating profusely. The waiter gave me pitying looks as I sat in silence while my oblivious date droned on about I-don’t-even-remember-what. At the mention of dessert, I blurted, “No, I’m ready to go” and put down my credit card, paying for the whole meal so we could get out of there faster.
It goes something like: “He asked her if she enjoyed anal… Below, we’ve picked out the best of the worst of online dating: the cheaters, the chumps, and the chillingly bad dates.The story stops there, but I think it’s safe to say she ran out of there without looking back.After three weeks of texting a girl, an anonymous single man got himself a date.Every dating site is bound to have a few bad apples.