For starters, he showed up 40 minutes late, without calling, which is totally rude.
But what made it worse was he walked into the restaurant very casually (i.e., not in a rush, as he should have been) while talking on his phone. Then, after he said he “forgot his wallet,” which isn’t that big of a deal and Becca was fine with paying for dinner, he ordered two steaks (apparently trying to gain weight for body building), four appetizers, and a 0 bottle of wine … He didn’t even ask Becca what she liked, or if she even drank.
This year, however, I received a much larger slew of email regarding the world of relationships, mainly how insanely rude some daters can be.From Becca’s “worst boyfriend ever,” to Steve’s disgusting first date, and Cindy’s wild wedding date, I thoroughly enjoyed answering your emails and assisting where I could throughout the year.So, as 2015 wraps up, I’d like to take this time to look back and reflect on all the oddballs out there that make us shake our heads in disbelief and drown our sorrows a table for one.Most of my friends who are still looking for love -- or looking for the second time -- use online dating sites or apps.And nearly all of them have an example of an online love connection that turned out to be a total disaster.
But one person's disaster is another person's entertainment.So, please enjoy these real-life stories of matches that seemed like a good idea on the computer screen but turned out to be ... With that here is the absolute, most unmannerly daters of 2015. Yes, it seems that sometimes the search for love doesn’t always end in “happy ever after." For Becca, one blind date ended with her 0 in the hole.Earlier this year, I interviewed author Jennifer Wright about her book, which outlined some of the rudest daters to ever walk planet earth. After being set up on a blind date by her boss (something I don’t recommend and will touch on later), Becca did what any modern dater does — she Facebook stalked him to see what she was getting into.Now, granted it didn’t take that article to spark emails about bad romance. Ironically, there were no red flags; good looking, good job, no bizarre photos, just a normal guy.Sadly, things weren’t so cut and dry as her Facebook research led her to believe.