Usually an embarrassing situation turns out to be hilarious with the passage of time and we laugh at how ridiculous the moment was. Bayside Journal brings to you some funny/embarrassing experiences of people on dates:
1. I went on a date with a girl whom I had met through some mutual friends. Half way through dinner, she excused herself to go to the washroom and didn’t return. I waited there for 45 minutes, hoping that she would return but nope; so I ended up talking to a pretty lady at the bar who seemed to have seen my less-than-pleased mood. I was gelling quite well with her, when suddenly my date returned an hour and a half later, saw me with this lady, slapped me in front of the entire restraurant and walked away. Thank God that crazy chick left, because I’m in a relationship with the pretty lady at the bar for almost a year now!
2. We walked a goat for the heck of it; just like we walk a dog, complete, with a leash and all.
3). We were talking for a long time on Facebook and decided to meet for the very first time. He seemed very gentlemanly at first. Five minutes into this fancy restaurant, he gets a phone call on which he decides to talk so loudly that the entire staff is practically glaring at us; whistles to call the waiter, chews with his mouth wide open and tells me he thought I’d be skinnier. Worst date ever.
4. I had just moved to another city and my new colleague tried to set me up on a blind date. After much resistance, I gave in and decided to give it a shot. What could go wrong? Apparently everything. The guy she set me up with was my ex. Sorry to say, I ran from there faster than I ever have in my entire life.
5) I forgot his name.
-Name withheld on request, 23
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