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post #151 of 1393
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Originally Posted by Mambosenior View Post


You young guys kill me. I wish you luck, man. The best life partners are usually pets, not people. Keep dating women and adopting at the local SPCA.

 

I hope you're joking! Us guys who are in long term relationships would be pretty lost without our women. I'm young, and I still flirt a lot to keep myself "sharp", but I love having a bestie who I can go home to at the end of the day.

 

It's been statistically and experimentally proven that having a long term partner actually benefits men way more than women.

post #152 of 1393
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Originally Posted by Mambosenior View Post

You young guys kill me. I wish you luck, man. The best life partners are usually pets, not people. Keep dating women and adopting at the local SPCA.
Too bad most pets don't live nearly as long as we do. (like dogs)
post #153 of 1393
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

I hope you're joking! Us guys who are in long term relationships would be pretty lost without our women. I'm young, and I still flirt a lot to keep myself "sharp", but I love having a bestie who I can go home to at the end of the day.

It's been statistically and experimentally proven that having a long term partner actually benefits men way more than women.

Love statistics! Isn't it also a statistic that men in long relationships tend to (want to) die before the women?

Is "bestie" the new nomenclature for my generation's "most-convenient-for-the-time-being?"
post #154 of 1393
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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

LOL, wait, wut?  You mean there are more?  Worse?  eek.gif

 

Many more... most are worse frown.gif

 

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Originally Posted by reddyxm View Post

 We even kissed each other while we were cuddling watching a movie at my place. If all these aren't the right signals, then I don't know what is. So I come forth and ask her about being in a serious relationship with me. To her reply, "I like you but I don't feel the same way as you feel about me. I'm sorry for implanting the most beautiful thought into your mind."

 

 

Geez, you guys had light makeouts and still she drops you? That's cold man. Sounds like she was maybe playing the game and just using you to not be alone, then ditched when she found herself an outlaw biker. You were on the wrong ladder my friend. 

post #155 of 1393
Thread Starter 

I've got another Valentine's day story for you guys. There was this one girl I knew in university. I was a few years older than her, and was actually her TA once. Anyhow, it was the end of the school day and I bumped into her in the hallway and we got to chatting. She inquires what I'm up to for the night, and I say nothing much, probably just homework. She seems surprised at my answer, saying she thought for sure I must have a girlfriend. After all, I seem like such a nice guy, I'm a dancer, always seen hanging around with other girls, etc. blah blah blah. I feel like there's a bit of prodding in the conversation, so I dig back with my own and find out she's single now (she's had a boyfriend for most of the time that I've known her). 

 

So alright, the tone is definitely more flirty now that we've both established that the other is single. We continue talking, and THREE HOURS go by. This whole time, there are a lot of hints going both ways, we're talking about relationships, valentine's day in general, etc. A couple times I put my arm around her shoulder and she leans into it. I'm thinking in my head "dude, go for it! the signs are all there!" but I keep second guessing myself. 

 

Anyhow, by the end of the third hour our stomachs are growling. It seems like we should part ways, if reluctantly, then she leans up against me (with my arm still around her) and with a big sigh... "I wish I had plans tonight"...  so ok, I figure if that wasn't the most obvious sign in the world then I should turn in my man card and give up. So I look at her and say why don't we head up to the restaurant on campus and continue our chat there. Seemed like a good idea in my head; no pressure, and we were having a good time up 'til then. 

 

She looks at me all shocked, then hits me with the bomb: "Oh... I didn't mean with you." A second later she realized just how much of a burn that was, then excused herself to go study and ran off. 

 

I must have stood in the hallway for a good five minutes afterwards. I was looking around for a hidden camera because I must have been the victim of a cruel joke. I wasn't even angry; it was more shock at being used like the punchline to a three hour long joke.

post #156 of 1393

The more I read in this thread, the more I feel validated in my stance over the past few years, which has been not to bother looking for a partner at all. Look at and appreciate the female form, absolutely....be nice to those who are nice, and ignore those who are not....but I am over the relationship games. Maybe sometime down the line, I will change my mind, but for now I am quite content to kick back by myself.

post #157 of 1393
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

The more I read in this thread, the more I feel validated in my stance over the past few years, which has been not to bother looking for a partner at all. Look at and appreciate the female form, absolutely....be nice to those who are nice, and ignore those who are not....but I am over the relationship games. Maybe sometime down the line, I will change my mind, but for now I am quite content to kick back by myself.


Waiting for the DIY android myself.biggrin.gif

post #158 of 1393

"She looks at me all shocked, then hits me with the bomb: "Oh... I didn't mean with you." A second later she realized just how much of a burn that was, then excused herself to go study and ran off. "

 

I reckon in a lot of the cases here you inadvertently gave her what i like to call the "queer ear" , she viewed you as no threat , maybe even gay. When you exposed your true self (you wanted to nail her) she didnt dig the thought of you floating her boat and ran for the hills.

 

The other possibility is that they are all pure evil and simply use us to fill their black tar stained souls with glee.

post #159 of 1393
I'll go with the pure evil theory. No woman kisses/makes out and then assumes you're gay.
post #160 of 1393
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Originally Posted by gikigill View Post

I'll go with the pure evil theory. No woman kisses/makes out and then assumes you're gay.
+10, women are hard to predict. Its impossible to know what goes on in their head.
post #161 of 1393
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

I hope you're joking! Us guys who are in long term relationships would be pretty lost without our women. I'm young, and I still flirt [some] to keep myself "sharp"...

Yea, I'd need a loooong readjustment period.
I do the flirting more out of personality, but when I sense a hit, I just go on satisfied thinking, "yep, still got it."

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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

It's been statistically and experimentally proven that having a long term partner actually benefits men way more than women.

Qualitatively, right?




@armaegis
You have a way with words. I look forward to more.

If I may, I think you were going about it backwards. It's like you hit the ball and then wait too see if it hits the ground before taking off for first base. Just let them know you're interested early and save yourself the trouble. Though you're probably long married by now and this is useless.
Edited by vwinter - 5/29/13 at 6:32am
post #162 of 1393
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Originally Posted by streetdragon View Post


+10, women are hard to predict. Its impossible to know what goes on in their head.

Getting married doesn't solve this problem.  You should know what they want and don't want, and never ask what they want because you are then too insensitive to understand how they feel.  By the way this means I'll live longer?  confused_face_2.gif

post #163 of 1393
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Thats exacly the problem, you have to predict their thoughts, and you are not allowed to ask them for info to help you help them. Its stressful for the brain. If you predict wrongly you would either get the cold hand or silent lips.
post #164 of 1393
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Originally Posted by astroid View Post

I was dating a girl , one night after a few drinks i made the mistake of asking her if she had any fantasies , she did..........

 

She opened a drawer next to her bed and brought out a black balaclava and kitchen knife, at this point i lost all interest in the situation (iff you know what i mean) , she explained that she wanted me to stand outside her front door , knock , force my way in then do the deed whilst holding the knife to her throat...

 

I was thinking more along the lines of me dressed up as Osama Bin Laden or a bit of a cake fight! 

 

I left that night and never returned , moral of the story , dont date Psyciatric nurses....

Oh dear..


Edited by TheJesusGuy - 5/29/13 at 10:47am
post #165 of 1393
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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

hodgjy, what's your take on chicks that dig dolphins?

Depends on the context of that, I guess.

Women are easy to work with. Expect them to be irritable and be pleasantly surprised when they aren't. biggrin.gif
Edited by Magick Man - 5/29/13 at 11:15am
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