Congratulations! You're on a first date with someone you really like, what's something that they could say that would ruin it completely?

  1. No joke. I had a girl once ask me if I thought we were dating... Literally seconds after we had sex. Like we both regularly said we liked each other, went on dates, hugged and kissed in public. I had dinner at her families house once or twice a week. Anyway I said "yeah" and she said "Oh I don't think we should date.". Like what have we been doing for 3 months? Weirdest experience I've ever had with a "romantic?" partner.

  2. This actually kinda happened to me. I never called it a date but we were going to a cute little Cafe in the next town over so I thought it was obvious. We still had a nice time and we're good friends now so I guess I can't complain.

  3. Was on what I thought was a dinner date with a friend last year. She pulled out her phone and scrolled through her social media (red flag right there already) and eventually started swiping on Tinder. When our food came, she finished first and went back to swiping and actually matched with someone while I was eating. She even asked me for tips on messaging him.

  4. A girl who dated a couple of my friends was chatting with me online. We made plans to go see a show. After the show we realize it's 4-20 so we go back to my place to smoke up! We're hanging out on the balcony and she finally blurts out,

  5. Have you really put yourself out there since? Because i feel like this is just a small pebble in the world of dating.

  6. I think this is so funny, because before I asked my a guy out on a date, I text his friend and asked if he was gay. I was like, I think he’s really cute but I can’t tell if he’s gay! His friend laughed so hard and said no, he’s not gay, go ask him out.

  7. That is not so bad as one might think. I befriended a girl who got me invited to several parties with her buddies. I noticed all of the guys were gay at the parties, but I thought not so much of it and kept flirting with her. She told me all her friends loved me and she invited me to another one of those parties and said, "Just like the others, this one is strictly girls/gays only, but you can bring someone if you want."

  8. So, how would you like to own your own small business? I know a great opportunity, and all you have to do is get five of your friends to join with you! Want to join my team and crush some goals?

  9. That happened to me with a lady I met at a wedding in Buenos Aires a while back. I thought “Christ, even on other continents”

  10. Yeah I shut down any further conversation once they say that or the most common one I've experienced involves, "I'm actually working with this couple that recently walked away from their jobs and effectively retired at 30 by becoming their own boss"

  11. Omg a "friend" asked me to buy some scents from her. I told her I would but only to support her, because scentsy is sh** and I hate mlm. This b had the audacity to SELL MY INFORMATION. Some random woman hit me up trying to sell me scentsy and said she got my info from "friend". I couldn't even reach out to her to tell her off because she deleted her Facebook, and changed her number, and moved. I'm still mad about this.

  12. As someone who was nicknamed braille book, i feel it. Boys plain told me i was ugly and i would die alone. And i didn't even hit on them, when they saw me dresses nicely they immediately got defensive and started with those comments.

  13. I feel this one in my soul. As a teenager I was a 6 on a good day, but hidden under acne so severe it caused lumps and changed the shape of my fucking face. I looked like I'd been wearing a beard of bees, and they all decided to attack me. It crippled my self-esteem.

  14. No BS had an ex invite her dad to the movies with us. It was right after I had told her I was not comfortable meeting him yet (second date).

  15. I had a girl a week into dating send me a meme about how awesome cuddling would be when we were married… it’s a bit worse since I told her I wanted to take things nice and slow after getting out of an abusive relationship

  16. There was this girl in college I was really into. Almost every time I asked her to hang out or go do something, she’d invite her friends. She was a Japanese exchange student, so maybe it was a cultural thing, but it was really frustrating. But 6 years after graduating, I married her. So I won.

  17. “Just letting you know that I’m a registered sex offender. But it’s complete BS” Yeah, a date actually said that to me. The reason wasn’t BS, I looked it up. Never went out with him again after that, blocked his number, and refused to speak with him.

  18. This happened to me too. Blocked him and all after. Still found me months later on the dating site we’d met on, under a different profile. Gross.

  19. Maybe she didnt know how to turn you down or really liked you as a friend or you werent getting the clue

  20. This is so darn screwed up I needed to scroll back up after a few comments, like wtf, they literally can't mean that serious.... right...?

  21. Oh my God if your first date was at CeCe's pizza, me and my fiance were sitting at the table right in front of you. I heard such a similar conversation. The guy was dressed in like...dirty gamer clothes, not shaved, moobs everywhere. Butt crack hanging out when he stood up. I felt sooooo bad for the girl and my fiance wanted to butt in and start a conversation with her but she did the emergency phone call bit, eventually.

  22. you forgot one thing; rock crushes scissors. but paper covers rock... and scissors cuts paper! kif, we have a conundrum.

  23. I posted this on another thread but I briefly dated someone who told me that he has a fetish towards suicide victims and “did it” with several. He called his previous sexual partners “crazy” and “fucked up” which is what I saw as the major red flag. By “briefly dated,” I mean it ended after he told me this.

  24. No offense, but what do you mean by suicide victims? As in someone close to them committed suicide? Because if they were a victim of suicide... they’d be dead.

  25. I went on a date with a girl I was pretty into, super cute and generally really nice girl. She tricked me into going to her borderline cult meeting, and I felt too awkward to just nope out like I should have.

  26. Considering how few people ever actually meet a girl in a cult (let alone one who is cute and nice), I’m very curious how you met more than 1.

  27. "you're way too attractive to be out with someone like me, I'm way too ugly, don't say I look good because I know you're just lying to make me feel better."

  28. Aaaaargh, how I hate low self esteem. And people with it can be so lovely, too! I just can't deal with every conversation being about them being ugly or not worthy or a bad person. It's so mentally exhausting. I'm not a therapist, I'm an engineer!

  29. People with low self esteem will usually reject people who tell them they're great because they genuinly think you're in the wrong, not just lying. And they will usually pick abusive and toxic partners because those people treat them badly, which is unfortunately what they think they deserve (very generally speaking).

  30. Sooo... what? Your too good for free meth? Everyone else is out there paying for it and you won't take it for free huh? You're ungrateful is what you are.

  31. Even as a bisexual guy I get that shit. It's almost as if people think just because I'm a bisexual I'm some sort of depraved sex addict.

  32. "I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're refering to as Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux, or as I've recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.

  33. "No, Richard, it's 'Linux', not 'GNU/Linux'. The most important contributions that the FSF made to Linux were the creation of the GPL and the GCC compiler. Those are fine and inspired products. GCC is a monumental achievement and has earned you, RMS, and the Free Software Foundation countless kudos and much appreciation. Following are some reasons for you to mull over, including some already answered in your FAQ. One guy, Linus Torvalds, used GCC to make his operating system (yes, Linux is an OS -- more on this later). He named it 'Linux' with a little help from his friends. Why doesn't he call it GNU/Linux? Because he wrote it, with more help from his friends, not you. You named your stuff, I named my stuff -- including the software I wrote using GCC -- and Linus named his stuff. The proper name is Linux because Linus Torvalds says so. Linus has spoken. Accept his authority. To do otherwise is to become a nag. You don't want to be known as a nag, do you? (An operating system) != (a distribution). Linux is an operating system. By my definition, an operating system is that software which provides and limits access to hardware resources on a computer. That definition applies whereever you see Linux in use. However, Linux is usually distributed with a collection of utilities and applications to make it easily configurable as a desktop system, a server, a development box, or a graphics workstation, or whatever the user needs. In such a configuration, we have a Linux (based) distribution. Therein lies your strongest argument for the unwieldy title 'GNU/Linux' (when said bundled software is largely from the FSF). Go bug the distribution makers on that one. Take your beef to Red Hat, Mandrake, and Slackware. At least there you have an argument. Linux alone is an operating system that can be used in various applications without any GNU software whatsoever. Embedded applications come to mind as an obvious example. Next, even if we limit the GNU/Linux title to the GNU-based Linux distributions, we run into another obvious problem. XFree86 may well be more important to a particular Linux installation than the sum of all the GNU contributions. More properly, shouldn't the distribution be called XFree86/Linux? Or, at a minimum, XFree86/GNU/Linux? Of course, it would be rather arbitrary to draw the line there when many other fine contributions go unlisted. Yes, I know you've heard this one before. Get used to it. You'll keep hearing it until you can cleanly counter it. You seem to like the lines-of-code metric. There are many lines of GNU code in a typical Linux distribution. You seem to suggest that (more LOC) == (more important). However, I submit to you that raw LOC numbers do not directly correlate with importance. I would suggest that clock cycles spent on code is a better metric. For example, if my system spends 90% of its time executing XFree86 code, XFree86 is probably the single most important collection of code on my system. Even if I loaded ten times as many lines of useless bloatware on my system and I never excuted that bloatware, it certainly isn't more important code than XFree86. Obviously, this metric isn't perfect either, but LOC really, really sucks. Please refrain from using it ever again in supporting any argument. Last, I'd like to point out that we Linux and GNU users shouldn't be fighting among ourselves over naming other people's software. But what the heck, I'm in a bad mood now. I think I'm feeling sufficiently obnoxious to make the point that GCC is so very famous and, yes, so very useful only because Linux was developed. In a show of proper respect and gratitude, shouldn't you and everyone refer to GCC as 'the Linux compiler'? Or at least, 'Linux GCC'? Seriously, where would your masterpiece be without Linux? Languishing with the HURD? If there is a moral buried in this rant, maybe it is this: Be grateful for your abilities and your incredible success and your considerable fame. Continue to use that success and fame for good, not evil. Also, be especially grateful for Linux' huge contribution to that success. You, RMS, the Free Software Foundation, and GNU software have reached their current high profiles largely on the back of Linux. You have changed the world. Now, go forth and don't be a nag."

  34. If a girl started spouting that at me with that, I'd crack a big smile and we'd probably have a smashing date. :P

  35. Yes, you know my grand grand father he really treated his slaves well. Like they loved him - i have seen a few black people with my last name around here so they decided to have kids with him if that isn't proof enough for you that they loved him i don't know what else to tell you!

  36. On our second date, a guy told me that we wouldn't be moving forward if I wasn't going to let him pee on me during sex. We weren't even talking about having sex, he just brought it up during us having coffee. I was like "well, I guess I'll be leaving now"

  37. “This is nice. Hey, I need to buy some weed. Would you mind dropping me off at my friend’s house for an hour so I can pick some up? Oh, no he isn’t going to charge me any money. You don’t have to stay, I’ll just text you when I’m ready. Thanks!”

  38. Them mentioning how they haven't smoked yet. I have a really hard time dating or hanging out with people who smoke because I can't stand the smell.

  39. What’s worse is kissing someone who smokes when you don’t. It’s like licking the inside of a chimney. Bleah!!!

  40. Well, it's better than "I have two pieces of bad news. I'm a magician, and I'm about to shit your pants."

  41. I feel I must tell you this; I have herpes, but it’ll be okay. The last guy used herbs and spices and didn’t contract it.

  42. Ok, the herbs and spices shit is bs, but it's really responsible to tell you that. And contracting is doesn't even necessarily mean raw p in v. And even if you use full protection, shit happens. That's why it's important to get tested regularly especially if you and your partners have multiple partners and to destigmatize STDs. But the herbs and spices shit would've put me off as well. I'd immediately ask if she's into "alternative" medicine and what her thoughts on vaccinations are😅

  43. This happened to me! He was attractive and intelligent, and we seemed to have some things in common. All of a sudden, out of nowhere, he started going on and on about how "the Asians" were taking over the country.

  44. Right at the end, find out one of you likes olives or the other hates them, call it the olive theory if you have opposite tastes, offer to give them your olives or take theirs off their hands, steal something sentimental from your date for when you go to exchange olives, tell them that you love them.

  45. We never made it to a date but after a few weeks of chatting he brought up that while he was deployed in the Middle East he developed a racial fetish (he was white) and was into me because he thought I was Iranian. I’m not.

  46. My ex was like this, dropped his ass so fucking fast. If you aren't willing to accept my core beliefs then you aren't willing to accept me at all.

  47. When they don’t say anything. Nothing brings a date to a screeching halt like awkward pauses. Especially when they won’t engage in any type of conversation.

  48. I'm fine with that as long as they look like they're trying to make conversation or purposefully enjoying a pause in conversation. What kills it for me is if they're messing around on their phone when I thought we were trying to have a conversation.

  49. Yeah, back at my place let's go. I appreciate you being forward in your approach. And you saving us money on dinner. Let's go pop this purple homewrecker outta there.

  50. One time a guy told me he just got out of prison for non consensually posting a video of him getting a blow job from a woman. He was nice and he said it was a huge mistake and he learned a lot from the whole ordeal and five years in prison but I was like I can’t

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