Worst dating moments

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First dates are so rarely a comfortable experience.And in truth most times they are downright painful.

Right before the lights dimmed, I noticed someone who looked vaguely familiar at the bottom of the stairs.I wanted to make sure he didn't need the Heimlich!At this point, if I were him, I would have already been in the restroom.He explained the choking by saying he'd eaten part of his napkin. I dry-heaved all the way home." —Joanne B., 53"I’d been talking to this guy online for a couple of weeks, and we decided to go running in Central Park. I wore a cute workout outfit and texted him to let him know what I was wearing so he could spot me.When he showed up, instead of sneakers and jogging clothes, he was in khakis and a button-down. I convinced him to walk around the park, but after half a loop, he complained about his feet and said he hated to get his clothes sweaty. When it became clear he expected me to pony up, the hot dog vendor shot me a look that pretty much confirmed my frustration.Sure, there are those unbelievable ones that somehow make the entire practice worth it (and I personally love dating, so if you do too, I get it).

But it's normal to have to go through a bunch of garbage dates in between.

He looked at me and just said, ' What the f*ck?

' I got out of there as fast as possible, and he didn't even help me hobble down the stairs.

When it was done, we shook hands and never spoke again." —Rae A., 25"My date revealed he'd once taken an ex-girlfriend to the restaurant where he worked to celebrate her college graduation.

That's fine, but he only took her there because he was hoping to get a deal on a bottle of Dom Pérignon.

A mutual friend had conjured up the idea over brunch, which is ironic based on how the date played out.

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