This story isn't even bad or even touch the surface compared to some of what I've seen in here. but i was once with a friend when i was about 15 or so.. and we were just walking and he ran into one of his school friends (we were good friends but Didn't go to the same school)
his friend happened to be a rather cute lady.. anyway so it turned out we were headed in the same direction so all 3 of us walked together, me and this lady got on rather well. she found me funny (or at least pretended to ;) )
Anyways so i didn't really think too much of it. The time came for us to part and we did so. She went home and me and my friend carried on to his home. later that evening my friend received a text saying something along the lines of "oh I'm going to place X this weekend. Do you want to come? oh.. you can bring your friend too" we both agreed/ went out/had a nice time/exchanged numbers this time.
We got talking.. eventually i asked her out.
So we went on this date and it was actually really good. everything went swimmingly. At one point we were just talking, and I've no idea how it got onto this topic, but i mentioned i was an atheist and thought nothing of it, but from that point.. she just seemed to turn off. and decided we shouldn't go on a second date after that.
I was left behind because I wasn't religious! :o
----don't read on for irritatingly happy ending in a bad dates thread.Warning: Happy ending! (Click to show)
The story ends (fairly well) because we remained friends.. got to know each other really well... and by accident discovered how compatible we were. i never really stopped liking her... we went out a lot.. just us two. I was her tutor for science exams etc. and about two years after the above event we ended up discussing such a prospect of seeing each other again. in the years passed she too had started to abandon religion.. and we got together on new years eve 2011 and have been together since.
Yeeeaaaah, way to go dude! Nothing makes me happier than a happy ending that involves people starting to think for themselves!