Bad dates happen.
It's called life. You live, you learn and you move on. Now, if you find yourself having bad date after bad date, the problem might actually be you. But, no need to worry about that right now. We all have a way of building up some pretty high expectations for that person we are supposed to be meeting for a meal after work and sometimes those people just don't live up to those expectations.
You have the guy who talks about his ex girlfriend the entire date or the girl who talks about herself the entire date and you're immediately turned off. If only there was a button you could press to transport you back to your couch where you had initially planned on spending your evening indulging in Netflix. Well, the bad news is that there isn't a button -- yet. The good news is that, you're not alone. We all have bad dates every now and then. You believe me, don't you? If not, keep scrolling and check out some of the worst date stories as told by Cosmopolitan below.
"He invited me to his family's Easter dinner. When I met his sister, she started crying and ran upstairs. My necklace — a gift from him — was stolen from her." —Haley L., 22
Talk about major fail. Re-gifting is never cool.
"At the end of the date, he kissed me like he was eating a sandwich. I didn't text him back." —Mary Kate M., 22
There's a right and a wrong way to kiss on a first date. Learn the difference.
The first things out of his mouth were, 'I don't want my kids to be fat, because fat people don't get good jobs or make any money. So how often do you work out?'" —Carrie K., 29
That's what you call a 'baby daddy fail'. Talking about kids on the first date is a huge negative and fat shaming is yet another negative. On to the next one.
"During our date, his girlfriend came over. I had to go out the window to hide on the roof while he got her to leave. His neighbors saw me." —Mason B., 21
Block his number forever. The absolute worst disaster date.
"He took me to Hooters. As if that wasn't bad enough, once we finished eating, he told me he forgot his wallet. As I was paying, he excused himself to go to the bathroom, and I saw him sneak out the door and drive off." —Anna B., 28
Talk about taking rudeness to the highest level. What a loser.
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