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We head to a really nice steakhouse, and after appetizers and his third martini, he starts to speak baby talk to me, as in "Would you wike a wittle kissy-wissy?" Our steaks arrive and he reached across the table to cut my meat for me!He ended up talking to me for at least a half hour about how he was a 25-year-old in a 50-year-old's body, and that the picture was from his youth. —Samantha, AZI was 25 and working at a restaurant in a busy mall.There was a guy who worked at the art store next door to us who asked me out.We met for drinks, and things were really going well.Handsome, charming, seemingly normal, so I agreed to go on another date with him.I saw him at a party 10 years later, and we ended up having a conversation.By the end of the evening, we had dinner plans for a few nights later. My saving grace was a friend of mine who happened to be waitressing that night. Jack didn't even offer to drive me home when I announced I had to leave; he said "okay" and kept on talking! He actually called me the next day and asked if I wanted to go out again!
Less than a minute after I get in the dude's car, he's like, "I forgot that you lived so far out.
After a bad breakup, I let my mom set me up with the son of one of her friends.
I knew nothing about him other than his name and the fact that he was 16 years my senior. It ended up being the shortest dinner date in history — a total of 22 minutes, mostly consisting of him making outdated pop culture references in an attempt to relate to me.
—Dee, NJI once went on a date with a guy I met online.
He looked normal enough, and I agreed to go on a date with him.