English - American English - UK English: Ireland English - Canada English - Australian English - South Africa Spanish - Spain Spanish - Argentina Spanish - Puerto Rico Spanish - Mexico French - France French - Belgium Portuguese - Portugal Portuguese - Brazil Russian - Russia Russia - Belarus Czech - Czech Republic Hindi - India Swedish - Sweden German - Germany Finnish - Finland 

TheDatingDisaster.com offers an online discussion forum where users can share their humorous and embarrassing dating stories anonymously with the world. Meet new people, ask for advice from someone of the opposite sex, make a confession or just plain learn "what not to do." In the process you might just find "Mr./Ms. Right." There's no cost to post or reply to someone else's post!


Welcome Guest! To enable all features please try to register or login.
Smelly Beavis and Butthead Date (Things aren't what they seem)
kstreet Offline
#1 Posted : Monday, August 22, 2011 9:19:50 PM(UTC)

Rank: Newbie

Groups: Registered
Posts: 2
Points: 6
Woman
Location: Miami

I got divorced a little over a year ago and I finally decided to move on and start dating again. I have a 3 y/o with my ex husband so finding a good guy was important before even thinking of bringing him around my daughter. A friend suggested I try match.com because that is how she met her husband. Anyway, since I didn’t have anything to lose so I signed up and made a profile. I talked to a few different guys and started paying attention to one in particular. He was a divorcee as well with two children so was able to relate to him. I didn’t feel like he judged me or cared that I had been previously married since he had been too. We chatted online and on the phone for about three and a half months before we decided to finally meet up in person.So we set up a date and when I arrived to the date at this nice 4-star restaurant, he was wearing shorts, sandals and a Beavis and Butthead T-shirt that was full of holes and the smell of him made me physically sick! He was about 8 years older than he claimed to be online and about forty pounds heavier. When I approached him the very first thing that came out of his mouth was “d@mn what a rack. I would love to hook-up with you!” I politely sighed and walked back to my car. I could not believe I just wasted the past 3.5 months. I felt like I was being punked. On my way home I received about ten voicemails from him and it sounded like he was in tears. I quickly realized that this was not a joke and he was probably an insane stalker. I now use E-harmony. Why am I such a creep magnet?
Sponsor
Users browsing this topic
Guest
Forum Jump  
Until you log in, you cannot post new topics in this forum.
Until you log in, you cannot reply to topics in this forum.
Until you log in, you cannot delete your posts in this forum.
Until you log in, you cannot edit your posts in this forum.
Until you log in, you cannot create polls in this forum.
Until you log in, you cannot vote in polls in this forum.