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Topic: What was the worst first date you've had
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58 yr old male
Lambertville, MI
United States

Posted: Nov 20, 2006 06:55 PM   Msg. 31 of 64 
dont these idiots realize if you want to meet your significant other, you had better tell them the truth, warts and all. Besides, who is perfect?

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48 yr old female
Portsmouth, VA
United States

Posted: Nov 20, 2006 11:27 PM   Msg. 32 of 64 

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41 yr old female
El Monte, CA
United States

Posted: Nov 27, 2006 12:22 AM   Msg. 33 of 64 
how is everyone doing, I thought I was the only one having these bad dating experiences, wow, okay I feel a lot better. This internet dating is a new world to me, well good luck to everyone.

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56 yr old female
North Vancouver, BC

Posted: Nov 27, 2006 11:47 PM   Msg. 34 of 64 
Well, he dumped me on the freeway because I refused to give him a blow job. I told him I liked him but that much. I paid for my own meal. I see on his profile he found a nice girl. Little does she know what a mean person he is. I was lucky, did not have to wait long, a very nice couple came along drove me home, though I am sure it was out of their way. I learned about kindness that day.

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54 yr old female
Voorhees, NJ
United States

Posted: Nov 28, 2006 12:41 AM   Msg. 35 of 64 

--- Original message by mbfever on Nov 27, 2006 12:22 AM
Quote: Hello
how is everyone doing, I thought I was the only one having these bad dating experiences, wow, okay I feel a lot better. This internet dating is a new world to me, well good luck to everyone.

Hey, MBFEVER, unfortunately there are LOTS of opportunities for bad dates. I had one with a guy who said he was sure I would find him attractive...his picture was not posted because he is on his local school board...I met him for coffee and once I saw what he looked like (fat, bald, wrinkled) it was all I could do to sit through a cup of tea...he then e-mailed me that I was immature because I didn't want to go to a hotel with him. !!!
So I made a new rule: no picture, no conversation, much less a face-to face! It works for me. Good luck!

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47 yr old male
Jackson, TN
United States

Posted: Nov 28, 2006 10:36 AM   Msg. 36 of 64 
I met a girl on line here and talk to her for a couple of weeks. We did exchange pictures and she was cute, the first sign should have been she only sent a face pic. Well i did finally set a meet. I drove to her house which was quiet a distance away and in the country. She gave me directions on the cell as i drove and she was standing on the porch when i drove in the drive. She was a very large girl and i sat there with the phone in my ear and said to myself now what u going to do. i get out and walk up to her and said hello darlin. The first word out of her mouth was where we going to eat, i replied anywhere u wish. We did dinner and i took her home and thanked her for a nice evening.

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49 yr old female
Erie, PA
United States

Posted: Dec 1, 2006 01:56 AM   Msg. 37 of 64 
Hi all, I met someone through another site. We followed all the rules, exchanged pics and we were really getting along well. His pictures were better than I could have expected. We were talking on the phone several times a day. After a couple of months when it looked like we were going to actually meet he tells me he has too put our relationship on hold(?). He says he has too much on his plate and feels inadequate to give our relationship the attention it deserves. He also gave me permission to seek out and date other men who were more available; that when and if his plate becomes less full, and I was available, maybe we could start over maybe. Well I thanked him for the fun we had, told him not to feel inadequate on my part, and wished him luck. notacitygirl

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48 yr old female
Mesa, AZ
United States

Posted: Dec 2, 2006 08:44 PM   Msg. 38 of 64 
Online dating is certainly more difficult than I thought. I meet a guy that was enamored with hunting. He was explaining how important it was for him to be prepared for survival and that there is art to killing...ducks, moose, deer, whatever! It was so disgusted!

Another guy met me at Starbucks. Right after saying hello, he proceeded to tell me his whole financial portfolio..."I have two houses, Mercedes, travel all over the world, retired pilot...blah, blah, blah"! What a bore. Yes, he was dressed well and he did drive in with his Mercedes...very handsome, dark hair, blue eyes, 6'2"; however, he was one of the most materialistic person on the face of the planet! I like beautiful things just as much as another, but I found him rather presumptuous.

One person communicated with me for some, text, long phone conversations. We discussed a plethora of topics including STD's. When I brought it up, he denied having anything. Just a few days before we were suppose to meet, he confessed that he has had Herpes for 10 years! What a bummer! At least he did have a conscious in the end.

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48 yr old female
Mesa, AZ
United States

Posted: Dec 3, 2006 11:35 AM   Msg. 39 of 64 
Just wanted to say thanks for letting me share my experience. After re-reading my note , I wanted to add that even though the people I met were not quite what I was hoping for, they did share a part of themselves and took the time to engage with me. I am grateful. There was something for me to learn from them and for them to learn from me. Everyone is searching for the one that resonates best. It's okay that they are not for me or I for them because when the time is right, it will all come together perfectly.

So far, I've learned that everyone is just being true to themselves and behaving in the manner which in their progression in life is where they are for the moment. Life is best lived in balance. I can appreciate what the hunter has to offer. A willing and able protector is a wonderful gift. The financially able suitor...who wouldn't want a man able to provide? The guy with the Herpes...well on a positive note, he is probably a very experienced and wonderful lover...if not a bit impulsive or careless in his passion. It's all good.

Still, I hope to meet one person who does not weigh too heavily on either end of the scale. I'm not looking for GQ for everyone has bodily flaws in some form or another and the aging process is not flattering to anyone. LOL! I would love a protective (hunter), affluent (the money guy), and passionate man minus the disease, please (Herpes guy) rolled into balance. No extreme is healthy in any case. Also, just wanted to note that I also receive notes from men who state they are "God Fearing Christians." Again...I would prefer Bible thumpers on the pulpit about fire and brim stone stuff or a psychedelic Guru type. Just a normal guy who exercises, enjoys his position in life, not a substance abusers, no criminal record, well educated, and mannered. Light baggage preferred.

Best wishes to everyone...and Happy Holidays!

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49 yr old male
East Islip, NY
United States

Posted: Dec 5, 2006 09:52 PM   Msg. 40 of 64 
I think I have been thru just about everything stated here (and thats no joke) but I have learned from all of thats a good thing...bye...DLO

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