Unusual Dates

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    Apr 26, 2014 4:29 PM GMT
    Who was the most bizarre guy you have ever dated? And why? If you have a good story, please share it with the forum (we promise to keep it on the DL).
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    Apr 26, 2014 4:30 PM GMT
    A ghost.
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    Apr 26, 2014 5:21 PM GMT
    Xavier92 saidA ghost.


    Xavier, you killed this forum!
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    Apr 26, 2014 5:34 PM GMT
    A couple of months ago, I dated this guy that is very hyper. He seemed low key asked me out on OKCupid, so I said yes. When he picked me up, one of the first things he did was pinch my cheek and started talking how my skin was so soft he could make a handbag out of it. Then, when we went to eat, he started feeding me french fries and trying to kiss me, and put my hand on his behind while we were walking to through the mall. And there was also a few chocolate bar jokes thrown in.

    I went out with him a few more times, because he is a nice guy and I didn't just want to blow him off, but we haven't talked in awhile, so it's really tapered off.
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    Apr 26, 2014 5:59 PM GMT
    James_Thunder_Early said When he picked me up, one of the first things he did was pinch my cheek and started talking how my skin was so soft he could make a handbag out of it.


    I guess you haven't watched yet "The Silence of the Lambs"...
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    Apr 26, 2014 6:15 PM GMT
    Yariv said
    James_Thunder_Early said When he picked me up, one of the first things he did was pinch my cheek and started talking how my skin was so soft he could make a handbag out of it.


    I guess you haven't watched yet "The Silence of the Lambs"...


    I did think of that film when he said that, lol.
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    Apr 26, 2014 7:47 PM GMT
    Oh, there are so many.
    The paraplegic who thought he had me hypnotized and then tried to plant the post-hypnotic suggestions that I would fall in love with him.
    The ex-monk turned investment banker who was thrown out of his monastery because the head Abbot was unnerved when the guy tried to get them all to self-flagellate.
    The investment banker on a blind date who turned out to be someone I had beaten in a business deal seven years earlier and when he realized who I was, stalked out of a lunch at the Museum of Modern Art leaving me with my fork still in the air....

    Shall I go on?
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    Apr 26, 2014 7:49 PM GMT
    ElectroShark saidOh, there are so many.
    The paraplegic who thought he had me hypnotized and then tried to plant the post-hypnotic suggestions that I would fall in love with him.
    The ex-monk turned investment banker who was thrown out of his monastery because the head Abbot was unnerved when the guy tried to get them all to self-flagellate.
    The investment banker on a blind date who turned out to be someone I had beaten in a business deal seven years earlier and when he realized who I was, stalked out of a lunch at the Museum of Modern Art leaving me with my fork still in the air....

    Shall I go on?


    YES!!!
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    Apr 26, 2014 7:53 PM GMT
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    ElectroShark saidOh, there are so many.
    The paraplegic who thought he had me hypnotized and then tried to plant the post-hypnotic suggestions that I would fall in love with him.
    The ex-monk turned investment banker who was thrown out of his monastery because the head Abbot was unnerved when the guy tried to get them all to self-flagellate.
    The investment banker on a blind date who turned out to be someone I had beaten in a business deal seven years earlier and when he realized who I was, stalked out of a lunch at the Museum of Modern Art leaving me with my fork still in the air....

    Shall I go on?


    YES!!!

    Oh, okay.
    The guy who lived half of each month in Montauk asked me out over a BBS, back in the days before picture swapping. We were to meet at a restaurant on Third Ave in the 60s. Nice joint, very classy, big plate glass window in front. Maitre d' sits me at a table right by the window. I order wine and wait. And wait. And wait. Then I pay for the wine and leave. I find out later (from other people) that he and the restaurant owner are pals, and that the maitre d' is instructed to sit all his blind dates right in front of the window so the asshole can stroll by and decide whether to come in or not.
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    Apr 26, 2014 9:10 PM GMT
    It was right after my one and only long term partner and I split up in 2012.

    Somebody who I knew, he seemed a nice guy and had been after me to go out on a date, so finally I agreed.
    We had dinner and I had to carry the conversation, which I didn't remember previously when we had just chit chatted, we got back to my house and he wasn't interested in a tour of my home or in my 3 beagles (2 strikes), then he was all over me about sex and when I told him it was a first date (and to be honest, all I really wanted was a nice "date").

    I had gone to the bathroom and when I came out to living room he was gone... he had gone into my bedroom and was on my bed.

    "Can I spend the night, I feel so safe here".. he said...

    I was irritated, I told him if he didn't get off of my bed, his safety wouldn't be guaranteed....

    He left soon thereafter.
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    Apr 26, 2014 11:22 PM GMT
    Oh Boy: where should i start..............
    Okay, there was this guy i passed everyday on the way to work who does security for a Luxury Condo, he makes about $53K a year.... He also works as the I.T. guy for Time Warner Cable making at least $120K...Every time i pass by that building he would ask if he could take me out sometime, so after a few months i gave in and arranged to meet him for a late night bite...I know he's str8 so i figured he had something on his mind.
    I met him in my neighborhood and suggested that we eat at the Diner, instead he asked if he could come up for a drink before dinner and i said okay/sure.... Well, one thing led to another and we fooled around[mind you, he's a hot guy with a killer body which made it hard to say no],anyway...Afterwards we headed for the Diner and the waitstaff [who knows me] sat us at a table..The table next to us was empty with a $3Dollar tip still on it...Ladies and Gentlemen would you believe this JERK reached over and took the tip off the table and pocketed it, i told him to put it back several times and he had the nerve to tell me to sit down because i was embarrassing him...WTF????[by this time the waitstaff noticed the tip missing and my voice getting loud]
    I reached into my pocket/ pulled out a $20 and left him sitting there... This Fool had the nerve to ask if he could come back over to my place and fuck some more...I told him to go to HELL .... I cant believe this dude who's pulling in close to $200K a year would stoop so low as to steal a $3 buck tip....I went back to the Diner the next day to explain and the staff laughed and said dont worry...
    NOw i take another route to work...Geez..Its not easy being attractive in New York City.....
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    Apr 26, 2014 11:35 PM GMT
    jgymnast733 saidOh Boy: where should i start..............
    Okay, there was this guy i passed everyday on the way to work who does security for a Luxury Condo, he makes about $53K a year.... He also works as the I.T. guy for Time Warner Cable making at least $120K...Every time i pass by that building he would ask if he could take me out sometime, so after a few months i gave in and arranged to meet him for a late night bite...I know he's str8 so i figured he had something on his mind.
    I met him in my neighborhood and suggested that we eat at the Diner, instead he asked if he could come up for a drink before dinner and i said okay/sure.... Well, one thing led to another and we fooled around[mind you, he's a hot guy with a killer body which made it hard to say no],anyway...Afterwards we headed for the Diner and the waitstaff [who knows me] sat us at a table..The table next to us was empty with a $3Dollar tip still on it...Ladies and Gentlemen would you believe this JERK reached over and took the tip off the table and pocketed it, i told him to put it back several times and he had the nerve to tell me to sit down because i was embarrassing him...WTF????[by this time the waitstaff noticed the tip missing and my voice getting loud]
    I reached into my pocket/ pulled out a $20 and left him sitting there... This Fool had the nerve to ask if he could come back over to my place and fuck some more...I told him to go to HELL .... I cant believe this dude who's pulling in close to $200K a year would stoop so low as to steal a $3 buck tip....I went back to the Diner the next day to explain and the staff laughed and said dont worry...
    NOw i take another route to work...Geez..Its not easy being attractive in New York City.....

    jos
    you gotta show me who this dude is.lol
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    Apr 26, 2014 11:53 PM GMT
    jgymnast733 saidOh Boy: where should i start..............
    Okay, there was this guy i passed everyday on the way to work who does security for a Luxury Condo, he makes about $53K a year.... He also works as the I.T. guy for Time Warner Cable making at least $120K...Every time i pass by that building he would ask if he could take me out sometime, so after a few months i gave in and arranged to meet him for a late night bite...I know he's str8 so i figured he had something on his mind.
    I met him in my neighborhood and suggested that we eat at the Diner, instead he asked if he could come up for a drink before dinner and i said okay/sure.... Well, one thing led to another and we fooled around[mind you, he's a hot guy with a killer body which made it hard to say no],anyway...Afterwards we headed for the Diner and the waitstaff [who knows me] sat us at a table..The table next to us was empty with a $3Dollar tip still on it...Ladies and Gentlemen would you believe this JERK reached over and took the tip off the table and pocketed it, i told him to put it back several times and he had the nerve to tell me to sit down because i was embarrassing him...WTF????[by this time the waitstaff noticed the tip missing and my voice getting loud]
    I reached into my pocket/ pulled out a $20 and left him sitting there... This Fool had the nerve to ask if he could come back over to my place and fuck some more...I told him to go to HELL .... I cant believe this dude who's pulling in close to $200K a year would stoop so low as to steal a $3 buck tip....I went back to the Diner the next day to explain and the staff laughed and said dont worry...
    NOw i take another route to work...Geez..Its not easy being attractive in New York City.....



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    Apr 27, 2014 12:10 AM GMT
    My bad date experience:

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/1688119 (you can skip this if you've heard it on the other many forums with the same question)

    My worst was meeting a guy from online at a corner in downtown SF. When I first saw him I thought, I don't know if this is my type of guy, you know that gut feeling but I was there and had agreed to meet. We walked a few blocks and stopped for a beer. I paid for the first. We sat and talked for a bit and somehow the subject of religion came up. He made the comment "I hate Christians" and followed it up by "I hate ALL Christians". Well, this was interesting, since I am a Christian and we talked a little about it in a very non-confrontational manner. We also talked about other things and then I excused myself to hit the head. When I returned, he was gone. Table was cleared, my beer (half drank) was gone. First time I had ever been stood up while actually ON the date.

    I had issues after that going the restroom while on a date! What a loser he was!

    Oh and then after texting him with no response, I was eating dinner when he text me to say, again, "I hate all Christians", to which I kindly replied how inconsiderate it was to have just left while I was in the restroom and then ended it with "God Bless".
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    Apr 27, 2014 12:13 AM GMT
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    Oh and then after texting him with no response, I was eating dinner when he text me to say, again, "I hate all Christians", to which I kindly replied how inconsiderate it was to have just left while I was in the restroom and then ended it with "God Bless".

    Anyone who's lived in the South knows that the correct thing for you to text was "Bless your heart." It actually means "Fuck you."
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    Apr 27, 2014 1:29 AM GMT
    I felt deceived. I had agreed to meet this guy who was average-looking at best. And I don't know why exactly but from our chat I had the idea he was a plumber.

    He walks into the B&N coffee, calling out my name with a big, beautiful smile on his lips. His perfect lips, beautiful face, gorgeous blonde hair and Oh Yeah, seems to have an amazing body under those expensive threads.

    He's not a plumber but owns a chain of dental clinics.
    Mansion, car collection; he was a fab.

    He explained his misrepresentation by saying that he liked to "exceed expectations".

    I've had worse surprises but I had no interest in seeing him again.
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:00 AM GMT
    The blind date was boring. After a couple of drinks, I couldn't get away fast enough. Imagine my surprise seeing his face on the front page of the next morning's paper..."Teacher's aide arrested for molesting teenage boy"...icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:06 AM GMT
    CarolinaMan saidI felt deceived. I had agreed to meet this guy who was average-looking at best. And I don't know why exactly but from our chat I had the idea he was a plumber.

    He walks into the B&N coffee, calling out my name with a big, beautiful smile on his lips. His perfect lips, beautiful face, gorgeous blonde hair and Oh Yeah, seems to have an amazing body under those expensive threads.

    He's not a plumber but owns a chain of dental clinics.
    Mansion, car collection; he was a fab.

    He explained his misrepresentation by saying that he liked to "exceed expectations".

    I've had worse surprises but I had no interest in seeing him again.


    I get it but still... T_T
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:09 AM GMT
    CarolinaMan saidI felt deceived. I had agreed to meet this guy who was average-looking at best. And I don't know why exactly but from our chat I had the idea he was a plumber.

    He walks into the B&N coffee, calling out my name with a big, beautiful smile on his lips. His perfect lips, beautiful face, gorgeous blonde hair and Oh Yeah, seems to have an amazing body under those expensive threads.

    He's not a plumber but owns a chain of dental clinics.
    Mansion, car collection; he was a fab.

    He explained his misrepresentation by saying that he liked to "exceed expectations".

    I've had worse surprises but I had no interest in seeing him again.


    I don't get it. Why was this a bad date?
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:21 AM GMT
    Being misled, I presume. The guy agreed to meet based on what he had been told. Sort of ambushed with false information. (Even if it ended up being 'better'...)

    I can understand. icon_smile.gif
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:22 AM GMT
    "I don't get it. Why was this a bad date?"

    Okay, I'll tell you. But first tell me one of your bizarro dates.
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:27 AM GMT
    CarolinaMan saidI felt deceived. I had agreed to meet this guy who was average-looking at best. And I don't know why exactly but from our chat I had the idea he was a plumber.

    He walks into the B&N coffee, calling out my name with a big, beautiful smile on his lips. His perfect lips, beautiful face, gorgeous blonde hair and Oh Yeah, seems to have an amazing body under those expensive threads.

    He's not a plumber but owns a chain of dental clinics.
    Mansion, car collection; he was a fab.

    He explained his misrepresentation by saying that he liked to "exceed expectations".

    I've had worse surprises but I had no interest in seeing him again.


    Next time you want to blow off a great looking guy who has his act together, pass him my number.
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:35 AM GMT
    CarolinaMan said"I don't get it. Why was this a bad date?"

    Okay, I'll tell you. But first tell me one of your bizarro dates.


    Sorry- haven't really had any bizarre dates.
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:46 AM GMT
    CarolinaMan said"I don't get it. Why was this a bad date?"

    Okay, I'll tell you. But first tell me one of your bizarro dates.

    He probably had guys who, having learned of his money, wanted to meet a sugar daddy. So he fibbed in order to find out if you liked him or his loot. I don't think that was so terrible. Unless there was something else you disliked.
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    Apr 27, 2014 2:46 AM GMT
    I just remembered my date. This was a decade or so ago when I was a more naive.

    He ended up being three foot shorter than he listed himself to be and way older. Plus he seemed to be drug addict.

    Oh funny enough, I came across his profile and its remained THE SAME.