What ensued was one of the most stressful and interesting weeks of my life. Arriving home from work, I frantically bustled around my bedroom.
With my jacket in hand, I made my way to the door and stopped when I received a text from my date, “Sorry, I’ll be 10 minutes late.” Two hours and several New Girl episodes later, he arrived. After awkwardly stumbling into his pickup truck and landing face flat on the seat, I stuck my hand out and introduced myself. During the drive he apologized for being late while I reassured him that it happens (but usually not two hours! Upon arriving at the bowling alley, he realized we were the only ones in attendance above the age of 14.
Well, the day finally came when I was to meet Bill’s family. You know how half of the birthday cake was left over? ” “He never found it”, responded Rosie with a full double chin smile, “I just baked another cake and ate half of it!
First dates are like the firsts of anything: exciting, nerve-wracking and slightly awkward. Because of this lack of dating experience I found my task to be quite humorous: go on one blind date a day for a week.
With dating sites and the ability to easily navigate social media platforms, the concept of blindly dating is almost unnecessary.
However, I asked everyone I knew for help with finding seven eligible bachelors for the social experiment.
All the guys sitting there just turned to stare at your butt while you walked out.” Did I instantly feel uncomfortable? The date began to take a turn as, once at Sonic, he claimed that it was the best date he’s ever been on.
Not knowing what to do, I lightly chuckled and stuck a spoonful of cookies ‘n cream ice cream into my mouth. Meeting in front of our mutual friend’s house, my date and I spent the first few minutes talking to her.