While on a meet and greet (i.e., a dating “interview” with a man she met online), a woman was asked the following question, “How open-minded are you?” She responded by telling him he should feel comfortable telling her anything.
After chatting for a couple of weeks, we decided to meet up at a bar.
Everything was going really well, until he got a few drinks in him and he began telling me obviously fake or exaggerated stories about how wealthy and successful he is, which was a huge turnoff.
When he was done blowing his nose, he took his used tissues and just threw them on the floor. She was prompt and enthusiastic about her online date.
He then turned to his date, as if what he had just done was totally normal, and asked, “Would you like anything to drink? Unfortunately he was running late and didn’t call the restaurant. To make light of the conversation, she asked him, “Don’t you like artsy people?
After waiting for 30 minutes, he finally arrived with no apology for his tardiness. ” in which he replied, “No.” She added, “You’re probably not going to like me then,” in which he replied with, “No, I’m not.
Naturally a first date can be awkward, so they talked about the subject of dating in general, while he simultaneously was staring around the room to check out other women. We’re not a match.” Although he had ordered two main courses for their dinner, she asked him if he’d prefer they cut the dinner short and end the date early.
It seemed he was desperate for me to A) ask who this mystery girl was; B) say nasty things about her in return.
I got the sense that he was trying to instigate some sort of catfight to feed his ego, and I wasn’t going to play into it, so I changed the subject.
I’d love to know your online dating stories in the comments!