Is It Wrong To Fall Asleep On A 2nd Date?

Author: Single. Approachable. Girl.
November 27, 2009

You decide:


I recently went out with a guy and while date #1 had it’s fair share of red flags, it took date #2 to show me the light.


First Date Red Flags:
#1: He chose a dinner location around the corner from his house and a good 10 miles from mine.


#2: The inner thigh of my jeans ripped while exiting my car at the restaurant valet – I believe the universe was raising a red flag for me. (Side note: A woman walked in on me while I was taking this picture – leg up on the sink – in the restaurant bathroom. It only showcases 1/2 of the rip).


First-Date Jean RIp

#3: During dinner, he reached across the table, pointed to and physically touched a zit I had covered up on my forehead and asked if it was a scar. I mean…not only did he notice it, he made mention of it and forced me to admit to my B-looking girl, adult acne on a first date.


#4: He surprise kissed me 3 times, to which I would unconsciously and uncomfortably react with an “oh dear” just before he kissed me.


#5: At 11 PM on this Monday night date, he asked me if I wanted come over to his house and to watch this random independent film where the leading lady shares my first name.


After all of that, I still accepted date #2 to go see that independent film at a once-a-month-showing in a theater. I figured it would be a cultural experience and could avoid any more invitations to go to his house to watch it.


Little did I know that it would be a midnight showing of “one of the worst films ever made” (according to Wikipedia) at a theater 20 miles away from my house. cheap mu Legend zen Not only did this film have a following of obnoxious people who waited in line for 2 hours to get a good seat and insisted on yelling throughout the screening, it was essentially a soft-core porn, cast with unattractive people. I wanted to leave the instant it started. adidas femme soldes How could he fail to mention the numerous poorly-shot naked sex scenes when “selling me” on the date?


In hindsight, I should have simply left, but at the time I felt trapped and so…since it was 1 AM and I was in a dark room looking for an escape from the experience, I allowed myself to fall asleep.

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4 Responses to “Is It Wrong To Fall Asleep On A 2nd Date?”

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  3. Caroline Says:

    That movie is awesome though because it’s SO BAD. Hahahah, I’ve seen it 3 times and met the director/producer/writer/actor Tommy Wiseau. Sorry for commenting on an old post but I’ve always had fun going to a crappy movie like that.

  4. Caroline Says:

    And also, the whole point is to yell at the screen, it’s like Rocky Horror — audience participation is 75% of the experience.

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