17 Worst First Date Stories Experiences

17 Worst First Date Stories Experiences


“I was catfished (before the term was invented, we called it ‘Myspace angled’). It was my literal first-ever date. I met this girl on Myspace who lived 30 minutes from me and was going to go to the same tiny college I was going to in the fall. We clicked and decided to meet. I showed up at her place with flowers and was nicely dressed. I was met by her parents and sibling at the door. The father was in the military and grilling me. I was nervous and felt awkward. After 10 minutes, she finally came downstairs. She is dressed like she is going to prom and is the same woman in the pics, just about 100 pounds heavier. She gave me a quick hug, and gave me a printed picture of her. Besides being ‘Myspace angled’ and feeling obliged to take her out, she proceeded to tell me how our future lives were going to go. We would be the ‘it couple’ on campus, and then we’d marry after graduation. Again, this was my first date.”

“Thankfully, dinner ends quickly. But, she said, ‘Oh, it’s still early — didn’t you say we should see a movie?’ Having never been on a date before, my reaction was, ‘Yes, let’s see this new horror movie.’ She said she wasn’t a huge horror fan, so this will sink the date. I asked her, and she said it was a great idea.

When I got home, she texted and called nonstop, wanting to know if I had made it home okay. I said I had, and I was going to bed.

The next day, I started to try to fade out. She didn’t like that, and I blatantly said, ‘I’m sorry. I didn’t feel the spark. Besides, I think it would be best if we both attend college single.’ She cried and demanded a few more dates. I declined.

Fast forward a few weeks, and we have pre-freshman orientation in the summer. I met a woman who was 100% more my type there, and we clicked. We did long-distance.

Around this time the catfish started calling and bugging me. She said she heard I was dating someone else. She wouldn’t stop calling, texting, and messaging me on AIM and Myspace. I had to block her.

College started, and she, of course, lived in my dorm (so did the girl I was long-distance dating). We eventually broke up, and after we did, my catfish would ‘run into me’ on campus. She created new AIM accounts all the time and messaged me about how she was dying of cancer, and her last wish was to sleep with me.

Eventually, she faded away, stopped bugging me, and left that college at the end of the semester.”


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