Monthly Archives: November 2016

Supermarket Girl

I knew this girl who worked as a cashier at a supermarket. I lived in the same area and it was the closest shop to my place, so I went there regularly. She was cute and a little shy, but I always tried to find excuses to strike a conversation with her. I got to talk to the girl and ...

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Coming Out

I was rather horny a few years back, wanting to do nothing more than Tinderize my life and meet some locals who wanted to hook up, no questions asked, no weird strings attached, and no commitment issues. I just wanted some good old fun, minus the STDS. So I download a bunch of hook up apps to see what the ...

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Wendy’s Date

I was 18 at the time, trying to date people who were older than me by pretending I was 21. The guys couldn’t tell I was younger because I was tall, but I was the typical chubby girl that couldn’t wear heels or she’d be taller than her date. I met a guy through Instagram and he instantly chatted me ...

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We all got sick

It was summer, 1999. I’m never going to forget that date because it was probably one of those dates that should go viral because it was that bad. I was 19 years old, a complete wreck and I was still rocking a fringy do, courtesy of that whole Madonna infatuation that seemed to affect us all as teenagers. I was ...

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Never Go to a Movie for First Date

Being new to the dating world, I accepted a date with Andrew who invited me to meet him at a foreign movie theater on a Wednesday night after work. From what I knew of Andrew he was very bright, very witty, and wanting to meet the right girl. However, there was this nagging suspicion that he was evasive for some ...

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The Most Embarrassing Date

When my older sister Judy was in college, a nice young man named Leonard invited her on a date to a dinner theater. Judy was smitten with Leonard and spent a long time searching her closet for the perfect outfit to wear on Saturday evening. She finally decided on a red dress and held it up for my approval. “Do ...

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