Being stood up sucks

Added: Azim Swank - Date: 06.05.2022 16:49 - Views: 30262 - Clicks: 3665

I recently got stood up… on the third date. I felt like a piece of garbage. Garbage on top of garbage as some of my friends like to say. I was completely blindsided. I met the guy at a bar. The second date was pizza and Portlandia. Things were looking good. We made plans for a third date.

I waited for him to text me when he was ready for the dinner and movie The Grey that he had planned. Safe to say, I felt like crap. The city I live in is a pretty small town. I have now seen him twice, not from across the street, but walking past him on the sidewalk. The first time I saw him walking with another guy.

I looked baller that day, so I did what all ladies of the 21st century do. The second time I saw him was on my way to the subway as he was out for the run. You are great. Whether it was the first date or the third, you are awesome. If they are the kind of person who stands someone up, you want nothing to do with them. If they are in the vein of someone who stands people up on a date, they may also be susceptible to the following weirdness: eating bleach, sucking on their ponytail, talking through movies, owning a Zune, liking Jar Jar Binks or biting their toenails.

Let them know that you hope that no one ever treats them like they treated you. No one deserves that. Everyone deserves respect. I might have thought his enjoyment of scream-o music and hulking backpack were stupid, but I respected his taste and dumb ass backpack. Call them out. Hell hath no fury like anyone scorned. Announce to everyone on the street, subway car or bar that they stood you up. Call them names like dirtbag, asshole, dickface, or any combination of two syllable insults. Butthead is a classic. Just fantasize about doing all of the former and hope you never run into him or her again.

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Being stood up sucks

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