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Sunday was Valentine’s Day and leading up to it, we shared some super sweet stories from couples who met each other online.
Sadly, not every online date ends in a happily ever after — in fact, some end in, “see you never” and we have some truly awful first (and last) date stories for you.
Damn, I had left them at work — but this was the perfect out. I might check email and stuff before heading out, thanks for the date, etc.
I ordered, we ate in almost silence except for his rave reviews about the endless breadsticks they kept bringing around. He asked me out for a drink on a Thursday night, I declined, because I figured his idea of a drink would be a trip to the nearest Casey’s where I could mix vanilla and cherry into whatever pop I wanted. I then proceeded to head out with my friends to a thirsty Thursday event at a local bar. At which point he said, ‘I know this might sound kind of weird, but I think it would be romantic if I could bury you in the sand right now. ’ I said, no thanks and made my way home shortly thereafter.” “I went to art school for college so I’ve always been super drawn to creative types.
I was out at happy hour with girls from work when he texted asking if I wanted to get a drink.
I had nothing to do that night so why not, I thought. I introduced myself and we started small talk about our days.
We were seated in the front of the restaurant near the stage but no one was there at the time.
SIDE NOTE: Farmer Brown is a soul-food spot with live music on the weekend but neither of us knew this, yet. We had to lean over the table to talk to each other and even that was difficult so we spent the remaining part of brunch eating and laughing it off, but totally in silence.