True online dating stories
Telling your epic tale bonds you to your fellow bad-date survivors, and somehow makes you feel less alone. We’ve teamed up with NBC's Undateable to collect some stories about terrible bad dates and the lessons we've learned from them. (The bartender tipped me off to the exact number while the dude was in the bathroom.) I somehow still ended up going to another bar with him, where he proceeded to order guacamole and REFUSE to share it with me, while claiming he was going to 'Throw all the hipsters over the wall and into the street.' The worst part was that he wouldn't share his guac, IMHO."- Kelsea, 28"I once went on a blind date with a man who followed me to the gig I had afterwards, left to pee, came back an hour later very drunk, and revealed in the parking lot he had multiple felony assault charges! The bar we were at was having a trivia night; since we entered a round late, we came in last place.
Catch the special one-hour Season 3 premiere of Undateable on Friday, Oct. Google is your friend, ladies."- Emma, 24"I went on a date with a guy whose idea of romance was taking me to his family's church, where they were trying to break the record for a hymn-singing marathon. At this bar, the losing team (us) and the winning team (a couple on a legit good first date) had to participate in a 'physical challenge.' The announcer made me and the other girl blindfold our partners, and then he handed us gigantic cucumbers covered in peanut butter.
The worst ones leave you seriously thinking, “Renouncing all my worldly possessions and becoming a celibate monk who wears a hair shirt doesn’t sound so bad!
Due to the constant threat presented by trolls, hackers and worse, following basic safety tips, such as bringing a friend or gathering in a public place for the first meeting, helps reduce the chances of becoming a target of malicious criminals using online dating services to find targets.The following, unfortunate souls ended up becoming embroiled in serious criminal situations sparked by online dating, sometimes as perpetrators of drunken shenanigans.