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I was on a date once - I stood on a calendar....

With a male or a female?
post #197 of 1374
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She was a fan, not a stalker Armaegis;-)

 

Fandom is an awful thing. It wears out, and if you're not careful it will break you. That's my worst story actually, but I can't even write that one without wanting to put my fist through the monitor. 

post #198 of 1374
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Fandom is an awful thing. It wears out, and if you're not careful it will break you. That's my worst story actually, but I can't even write that one without wanting to put my fist through the monitor. 


Good god man, with all those war stories has it never occurred to you to try renting!

post #199 of 1374
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Good god man, with all those war stories has it never occurred to you to try renting!

 

 

I thought I already told the transvestite story...

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm joking... mostly... 

post #200 of 1374
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I thought I already told the transvestite story...

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm joking... mostly... 


Gonna go way out on a limb here and guess it had nothing to do with audience participation (sorry cosplay for generation ADD out there) at a Rocky Horror viewing?

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Gonna go way out on a limb here and guess it had nothing to do with audience participation (sorry cosplay for generation ADD out there) at a Rocky Horror viewing?

 

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In case nobody gets this reference:

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In college I went out with a sorority girl.  We had a class together.  At the time I was being recruited by a fraternity (probably to boost their GPA to stay off academic probation).  So we had also talked socially at some of the Greek events. She was cute and bright and not stuck up.  

 

At the time I was dating someone else but not at that time too seriously.  So I agreed to go out on a date.  In the small college town I lived in you had to drive out of the county to go dance as the County was dry (No alcohol).  I really didn't know her as well as I thought I did.  

 

We went out to dinner and later to a club.  I noticed early on that she was consuming twice as many drinks as I had.  I was alarmed at the thought of taking care of someone who was completely blitzed. 

 

A few hours later and it dawned on me that she was able to handle the alcohol. In fact she was fine.  She had twice the number of drinks I had and was 4 times more sober. The night ended with her driving me back to my apartment in my car.  I attempted to make out and fell asleep, so she took off.

 

The next day I was hung over as hell.  She called and wanted to know if I was alright.  She had no hangover and no headache. She drank me under the table. I was embarrassed but dismayed about the volume of alcohol that she could consume. I didn't feel that this would work out in the end so we didn't go out again.

 

The girl I was dating found out about the date and was angry with me. So further emotional punishment was needed to iron that one out. Good Times.    

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Noooo, we can't let this thread die :(

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About ten years ago there was a gal I was involved with. We weren't officially dating, but y'know, it was something (seems like a lot of my stories start this way). We had this ridiculous chemistry between us. We could literally smell when the other person walked into the room, it was crazy. This was the first time I'd ever been in a relationship that was so mindbogglingly passionate, and it was intoxicating. Like seriously, we'd be out and wind up stopping in a school parking lot like some teenagers or something. 

 

Anyhow, we were in the middle of a makeout one day, and she looks at me and says "so, um... you know I have a boyfriend right?"

 

So that's the story of the second time I discovered I was the other man. At least this time she wasn't married. This one hurt more than the first though, because I was more emotionally involved with this one. But hey, lesson learned. 

 

The third and forth times, I was annoyed, but not so upset anymore. The fifth time it happened, I actually laughed in her face.


Edited by Armaegis - 6/1/13 at 6:17pm
post #206 of 1374
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About ten years ago there was a gal I was involved with. We weren't officially dating, but y'know, it was something (seems like a lot of my stories start this way). We had this ridiculous chemistry between us. We could literally smell when the other person walked into the room, it was crazy. This was the first time I'd ever been in a relationship that was so mindbogglingly passionate, and it was intoxicating. Like seriously, we'd be out and wind up stopping in a school parking lot like some teenagers or something. 

 

Anyhow, we were in the middle of a makeout one day, and she looks at me and says "so, um... you know I have a boyfriend right?"

 

So that's the story of the second time I discovered I was the other man. At least this time she wasn't married. This one hurt more than the first though, because I was more emotionally involved with this one. But hey, lesson learned. 

 

The third and forth times, I was annoyed, but not so upset anymore. The fifth time it happened, I actually laughed in her face.

 

Apparently not sobiggrin.gif

 

Cheer up though. Through some obviously stellar occurence of geographical serendipity it would seem almost impossible for you to meet anyone named Lohan. Take comfort in thatwink.gif

post #207 of 1374

Where do you meet all these women.

 

Seems like I need to move to Canada.
 

post #208 of 1374
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Apparently not sobiggrin.gif

 

Cheer up though. Through some obviously stellar occurence of geographical serendipity it would seem almost impossible for you to meet anyone named Lohan. Take comfort in thatwink.gif

 

Oh you misunderstand. I learned to not let my emotional guard down. I kept that up for ten years. I had some attempts here and there, but nothing substantive, but I yearned for more. Then I met one girl who seemed special and I felt like I could finally let my guard down and make an emotional commitment. Well, that turned out badly. Very very badly. Makes me want to puke even thinking about it. 

post #209 of 1374
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Oh you misunderstand. I learned to not let my emotional guard down. I kept that up for ten years. I had some attempts here and there, but nothing substantive, but I yearned for more. Then I met one girl who seemed special and I felt like I could finally let my guard down and make an emotional commitment. Well, that turned out badly. Very very badly. Makes me want to puke even thinking about it. 

 

Being emotionally committed to a relationship does not automatically imply or necessitate the other party reciprocate. Commitment is not the issue here I suspect, expectation would seem to be the culprit.

 

Would the wild sex have been any worse If you had continued on knowing she had a boyfriend?

post #210 of 1374
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Would the wild sex have been any worse If you had continued on knowing she had a boyfriend?

That would depend on the kind of person you are now wouldn't it? I can see how emotional turmoil would affect sexual satisfaction.

There are so many possible factors that it's kind of hard to make generalities though.
Edited by vwinter - 6/1/13 at 7:22pm
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