I got a text from her later that night letting me know that she "really had a good time." After chatting with a few guys, I narrowed down my pool to two.
I went out with each of them, and felt meh on the one, so the other got a second date. He knew my ex was an addict and maybe he thought telling me over chat would scare me off or something.
On the way out of the theater I have to stop short as I round the corner. BECAUSE THERE WERE TWO GIANT PUDDLES OF VOMIT IN THE HALLWAY!!
HER "BATHROOM" TRIP WAS ACTUALLY AN "I'M GONNA THROW UP ON THE FLOOR, LEAVE IT, AND RETURN TO MY DATE LIKE NOTHING HAPPENED."So yea, that was a bad date I guess. There was the unemployed law school grad who started sobbing on our date because she had just broken up with a guy because he was agoraphobic.
When she regained her composure, she tried to kiss me, then started sobbing again.
She comes back 15 minutes later and said she bought water and felt a little sick. I asked her multiple times if she was ok/wanted to leave.
She said, "I'm fine, my cousin was sick maybe I caught a bug from her." Hint #5: Cut to about 45 minutes left in the movie; she starts to make faces as if she doesn't feel good.
I ask again multiple times if she is ok; she insists she is. COVERS THE ENTIRE FLOOR IN FRONT OF HER AND THREE SEATS TO THE LEFT ALL THE WAY TO AISLE.
I suggest that she goes to bathroom in case she has to throw up. IT WAS LIKE A MOVIE SCENE, I COULDN'T BELIEVE HOW MUCH ONE PERSON COULD THROW UP.
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Following are your very best worst tales of internet love. Here's where the trouble begins: About an hour into the movie she goes to the bathroom.
I check my watch and realize that she's been gone for over 10 minutes.
No big deal, maybe she got food or didn't feel well.