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Well your's was pretty rough too, how did you even meet her anyway?


She was going to my church and was a cousin of a buddies wife. I chatted with this girl a couple of times before after church and she seemed alright. I never knew she was a professional power gossiper.


Edited by DigitalFreak - 5/23/13 at 11:33pm
post #32 of 1328
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Originally Posted by MuppetFace View Post

I've got a few.

 

Perhaps the worst was when I was 17. Girl I was going out with wanted me to meet her parents. Little did I (and they) know, she had planned to use me as a prop for her coming out to them.

 

It was a disaster. Standing there looking down at my feet while everyone was screaming at each other. Talk about awkward.


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That's just wrong on every level. Be glad they ignored you and didn't make you the scapegoat.


Wrong thread to post this but I'm not stepping foot in the SM64 thread for awhile. The SM64 paired with a CLAS/UHA-6S MKII with 209 op amp sounds crazy good.


Edited by DigitalFreak - 5/23/13 at 11:25pm
post #33 of 1328
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She was going to my church and was a cousin of a buddies wife. I chatted with this girl a couple of times before after church and she seemed alright. I never knew she was a professional power gossiper.

That's scary... Just to see how much we do not know when we think we know it all blink.gif

also @ Muppetface, why were they screaming at each other anyway?confused_face_2.gif

post #34 of 1328
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Originally Posted by streetdragon View Post

also @ Muppetface, why were they screaming at each other anyway?confused_face_2.gif

 

streetdragon, just FYI, there are still many places in America - especially provincial locales or communities with a dated outlook - where being different is not looked upon kindly.  Sad, but true.

post #35 of 1328
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streetdragon, just FYI, there are still many places in America - especially provincial locales or communities with a dated outlook - where being different is not looked upon kindly.  Sad, but true.

well that's pretty normal of old and traditional places, but i just didn't really understand the screaming part though

post #36 of 1328
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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

 

streetdragon, just FYI, there are still many places in America - especially provincial locales or communities with a dated outlook - where being different is not looked upon kindly.  Sad, but true.

 

True that. The things I've heard at work the last few years about our current President, based solely on the fact that he has darker skin than the people making these comments, makes me wonder if we'll ever get past these prejudices.triportsad.gif

post #37 of 1328

Prejudices are only good if you're the one with them.

 

We need achmedthedeaddate to tell us of the time he dated a skeleton. Boney Maroney was her name...


Edited by wink - 5/24/13 at 2:49am
post #38 of 1328

Here,s a dud for me and worth a laugh:

 

I met this girl at work who had arrived from Brisbane to Melbourne and she was the proverbial 9/10. Tall, blonde with a great figure and all.

 

Even I was surprised she agreed to go out with me.biggrin.gif

 

Anyways we meet after work on a long weekend and head out to the Melbourne CBD for some dinner.

 

Midway through the conversation she told me that she had gone to Thailand for some surgical procedures which involved a name change too......

 

I shall leave the rest to your imagination.

post #39 of 1328

Love this thread. Glad to know I didn't screw up as bad as it sometimes feels I did many years ago. 

 

Reminds me of a friend, a macho, car-loving guy, who rang me up to say, "Mate, I have something to tell you. I'm really a woman inside." 

 

One of my own stories: I was trying to make moves on a Chinese friend in my Japanese class in college/uni in Canberra. I'd organise with her to study Japanese with her and was looking for an excuse to make a move, but something wasn't right. At a local sushi place, popular with students, she did her best to gently explain that she was a bit different. She showed me a picture of her "best friend", another Chinese girl in Sydney. Say no more. 

 

Years later, I'm going out for drinks and watching a co-worker in a jazz band in Sydney. One of my co-workers had been hitting on this gorgeous blond girl at our work and having a reputation of being sleezy, was getting nowhere and seeing his attempts to talk to her are just amusing or awful. Anyway, at the bar (or club?) we're all sitting at the table and Mr Sleezy excuses himself to go to the restroom. Of he goes and a very noticeably long 10-15 minutes later he returns. By that time we had been speculating about what he was doing in there and if it had anything to do with his hitting on the girl so hard. Don't say it! That's exactly what we were thinking.

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post #41 of 1328
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Midway through the conversation she told me that she had gone to Thailand for some surgical procedures which involved a name change too......

 

I shall leave the rest to your imagination.

 

Oh my, that is a doozy.

post #42 of 1328

In my last year of high school, before I stopped being a social clam, my friends decided to toss me into the deep end so I could learn to swim (so to speak).

 

We went to the teenager watering hole (the mall) after school on a friday afternoon, and they just pushed me in the direction of this unusually pretty girl. I literally froze, and after a minute of staring at her like a deer in headlights with sweaty palms, I let out a whimper and ran away.

 

My friends still don't let me forget it, even though it happened almost 10 years ago.

post #43 of 1328
The first date with the woman who became my wife was the worst I've ever had, it was a complete disaster from start to finish. That's kind of how I knew she was the one. Only a person who could handle that debacle could hang in during the bad times as well as the good.
post #44 of 1328
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I was trying the online dating thing for a bit. The very first girl I was chatting up, we decided to meet up at a music event. Low key, no pressure, public space, etc. She was nervous and asked if she could bring a friend along. Well ok, that seems like a reasonable precaution, and this is just a meetup to get to know each other right?

 

So it turns out she brought a date along.

 

 

That she also met online.

 

 

 

This was their first date. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you laughing with me?

post #45 of 1328
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

I was trying the online dating thing for a bit. The very first girl I was chatting up, we decided to meet up at a music event. Low key, no pressure, public space, etc. She was nervous and asked if she could bring a friend along. Well ok, that seems like a reasonable precaution, and this is just a meetup to get to know each other right?

 

So it turns out she brought a date along.

 

 

That she also met online.

 

 

 

This was their first date. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you laughing with me?

Aha the old back up date trickbiggrin.gif  Did it ever occur to you she may have been looking for a 3sum?

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