Sexfreecom - Funniest dating disasters

He showed up in a suit with a massive posh umbrella, and immediately I could tell we both weren’t into each other.

He seemed to want to leave with the belief that I fancied him, though, as some sort of ego boost.

I hadn’t even finished my second drink.” –Anastasia, 27, Brooklyn “On my first-ever Tinder date, the man’s photos didn’t really give an idea of what he looked like and when he showed up, he was very funny and nice, but I knew I was never going to be attracted to him.

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The next weekend, he sent me a load of drunk texts asking why I didn’t like him and why I led him on.

Awkward.” –Kate, 28, London “I was 45 minutes late to a first date because a kid literally got murdered for his bike along the bus route I was on.

Dating is tough—the nerves, the outfit selection, the small talk, the nervous drinking and over-sharing, and that bit of spinach you didn’t know was in your teeth! And as the digital age continues to reign supreme, things have only gotten harder: There’s swiping and last logins to think about, and seeing exes pop up in eligible matches are just a few of the fun new challenges we face.

That said, the silver lining of a weird, funny, or just plain bad date is that it always makes for a great story.

I guess I drunkenly gave my number to a random guy at a party who happened to have the same name as this cute guy in my architecture class.

It was super embarrassing but I made myself stick it out with a smile until the date ended.” –Cassie, 29, Boston “I was on a date with a handsome guy and it was going well until he started getting very handsy and I think maybe even tried to slip something in my drink—though this detail is a bit unclear in my memory—but needless to say, his behavior made me uncomfortable.He was a high school music teacher and I’d had painted him in my mind as an altruistic man of musical theory.I showed up and found myself face-to-face with a version of the man who was ten years older and twenty pounds heavier than his pictures.When I showed up to the bar he’d chosen, he was already pretty plastered. Finally, I managed to get small talk going and it came up that I have a short list of things that make me instantly not trust someone: If you don’t like pizza; if you wear socks to bed every night; if a mustache is your only facial hair; and if you don’t like dogs.Then he said, ‘Would this be a bad time to mention I hate dogs? This isn’t going to work.’ And I got up and left.” –Cynthia, 26, Brooklyn “I went on a random Tinder date with a guy whom I had little to no chat with beforehand.It was ridiculous, but, lucky for him, we both started cracking up.” –Laurel, 30, Indianapolis “My first date in college was with a guy named Ian. I got super dressed-up and went to the campus bar to meet him.

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