Reddit dating stories quotes on being intimidating
She plopped the thing in the middle of the table and it just kinda chilled out.
I played with the chinchilla a bit and she kinda got mad at me for playing with it and back in the purse it went.
We meet at a local pub for a few drinks, and we get chicken fingers.
The conversation is terrible, but I notice she's taking the chicken fingers and ripping them up in her hands and putting the breading in her huge purse. She smiled and said "Oh, I'm just feeding Sammy" and pulled out a fat chinchilla from her purse.
Either way, you're left wishing you had never met such a "nice guy." From Redditor /u/Refinnej808: Met a guy in high school who was really nice. One day, he called my house at 2 am repeatedly until I answered and told him it's too late to talk.
After about the third time he called again and my sister (my guardian at the time) answered and told him to stop calling. The next day at school I avoided him and he followed me around.
The worst part is that we had actually been talking for a week or so before this - I clearly already liked him, and he still felt the need to do this.
Keep your eyes on your drink and trust your instincts.
From Redditor /u/eleveneleventimes: I own a small vintage clothing store.
Sometimes it's a guy who helps you down the stairs when you're injured, only to throw your crutches on the ground when you don't go out with him.
Other times, it's a guy you've known for ages who asks you to make babies with him once his girlfriend leaves the room.
I have a regular cross-dressing old man who comes in looking like Linda Richman and smelling like grandma...
Well, he was very sweet at first but then started coming in and saying semi-perverted things.