Aren't you just having the BEST time dating, aka doing something that can be exhausting, awkward, and sometimes soul-crushing?!?
" I'd like to formally announce that, at the very least, I do remember that dating isn't always a walk in the park.
He looked at me and just said, ' What the f*ck?
' I got out of there as fast as possible, and he didn't even help me hobble down the stairs.
After being in a relationship for a few years, I've basically forgotten what it's like to date.
In an effort to not be one of those people who's like, "Omg, you're single?
Here, women share the worst dates they've ever been on.
Sure, there are those unbelievable ones that somehow make the entire practice worth it (and I personally love dating, so if you do too, I get it).
But it's normal to have to go through a bunch of garbage dates in between.
We were moving from gin and tonics to beer when he suddenly showed up with shots. ' After the concert, we went to his place, did the deed, and passed out. M., I woke up with throbbing pain in my ankle and couldn't put any weight on it.
I thought it was broken, maybe because someone jumped on it when we were dancing.
Half-asleep and still tipsy, I hopped into his kitchen and grabbed frozen spinach.
I went back to bed, laid the spinach on my ankle, and immediately fall back asleep. In his sheets, all over his floor, even in the cracks of his wicker bed frame.