After I was finally able to wrap my head around the bait & switch advertising, I decided to be a good sport and I asked her if she’d like to go sit down at the table I’d reserved.
After we started talking, it was clear that he had already been drinking, and then he had four more glasses of wine before our meal even arrived.
He spent a lot of time ranting about his ex-wife, borderline bashing his children, and to top it all off, he was rude to the waitress (my number one first date deal breaker). -Amy I met a beautiful, modelesque woman online and, after several messages back and forth, we set up a time to meet. When I walked in, I didn’t see her but another (much older, much larger) woman stood up and walked toward me.
When the check came, I was relieved to end what I thought was the worst dating experience of my life. She stopped in front of me, pointed to herself, and said the name of the woman that I was supposed to meet.
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In our intro column, the first question that I asked you was: How do you view the Richmond dating scene?
Today, the poll and debate over Richmond’s insanely single status has come to a close.
An overwhelming majority of you chose (a) but most of you noted that you wouldn’t be moving because of it.
Coming in second was (c) and less than 10 percent of you chose (b). The verdict is in RVA; we’re single and ready to mingle. Right, Richmonders can at least find relief and possibly some reprieve in the fact that we’re all in it together, right? As most of us have attempted to meet people through Match.com, POF, et al.; last week I asked for your best online dating stories and questions.
Because the poll results were such a downer, I think we need a little pick me up.