Stories Of Dates That Have Gone So Badly You'll Actually Be Thankful For Your Love Life
Diving into the dating pool can be scary, you never know who you're going to meet, where you're going to go, or how much you're going to love or hate the people you meet.
You might make some new friends, or find that one night stand you've been after, either way, the dating game will leave you with stories to tell your friends the morning after.
These stories listed below are not ones that ended well, in fact, the stories told here are cringeworthy, shocking and honestly just downright painful to imagine.
Unfortunately for these people, they were very real situations, terrible for them, but hilarious for people like us who get to read them.
'I went on a blind date with a girl. I was trying to be funny and joked, “I’ve never been on a blind date because I was afraid my date would be blind.” She started crying because she’s visually impaired and had just built up the courage to start dating.'
'I was on a date with a guy from a dating app. I thought it was bad enough having to drive (he was planning to drink) and pay for dinner, but then he asked me to make a stop so he could catch a Pokémon because he didn’t have that one with a hat.'
'I went on my first date in a year with a guy I met just a couple hours ago. I went back to my hotel to get better dressed and met him at the bar. I brought my purse, he brought his girlfriend.'
'I went on a Tinder date with a hot British guy. He spent 90% of the date talking about his ex, but I invited him back to my place anyway. He came after 20 minutes of foreplay then left without even offering to get me off.'
'I was on a date with my boyfriend when he suddenly got down on one knee and proposed. A waiter tripped over him and spilled our food all over him.'
'I went on a date with a guy I met online. We were waiting in line at Starbucks when he turned to me and said, “Do you want anything?” Just before I was about to answer, he practically shoved in front of me and paid for himself. The cashier looked more horrified than I did.'
'I went on a coffee date. My date blew his nose on a discarded napkin, smoked half of my cigarettes despite “giving up”, chewed tobacco at the table and casually invited a friend to join us. His friend spat out his tobacco and poured cough syrup into his coffee. I’ll pass on the second date.'
'I met a wonderful man and agreed to go on a date. Halfway through the date, he started telling about how much he hates his wife. And his four kids. I texted him after I walked out, saying not to call me again. He agreed. His wife didn't.'