Cringe dating disasters
We arranged to meet in the ‘classy’ Spoons (his choice not mine) and while my stomach was grumbling out for food, he said he’d rather not eat and that we ‘should have drinks instead’.
I pointed out that I was hungry and was going to get myself some food but he ‘firmly told me’ that he does not like to watch girls eat in front of him, because it ‘puts him off’.
" width="3346" height="5013" srcset="https://uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/3346w, https://uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/ana-embroidered-rose-bodysuit-zaful-200x300200w, https://uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/ana-embroidered-rose-bodysuit-zaful-768x1151768w, https://uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/ana-embroidered-rose-bodysuit-zaful-683x1024683w, https://uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/ana-embroidered-rose-bodysuit-zaful-400x600400w" sizes="(max-width: 3346px) 100vw, 3346px" / I was relatively new to the ‘online dating’ scene, after being in back to back relationships from a young age and found the world as a ‘singleton’ a scary ass place.
Especially when the majority of my friends were coupled up and would ask me every Goddamn 30 seconds when I was going to ‘find a boyfriend’.
I had controlling boyfriends, ones that used me to make themselves look better and the cheating exes.I was tired of being used and abused and was relishing the ‘single life’.But still, the insecure part of me craved some male companionship and so bowing down to peer pressure, I created an online dating profile, alongside my other single friends.How could I ever resist the chance to ride in his ‘pussy mobile’ in which he gleefully told me he’d done a lot of ‘dogging’, I would be crazy to not take him up on that offer?!Eventually he took the hint and left me alone but 5 minutes later I was bombarded with text after text about how he couldn’t stop thinking about me and ‘knew’ I felt the same way as he did about me. He called me his ‘posh bird’ and he said he already told his friends we were an item.