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“Imperfect Match”

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Met a guy on a dating site. One night he slept over – I woke up at 2:30 am to a blaring TV and no guy. I called him: “Where’d you go?” “To a buddy’s.” “Why’d you just leave in the middle of the night?” “Well I left a note.”

Reading the note, it stated how we were an “imperfect MATCH.” Classic.

— Drea

Aftermath: He called me a few days later, but I never spoke to him again.

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“Baby Food”

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One night on the phone she started telling me about all her little “quirks.” It was so boring I stopped listening. I tuned back in to her monologue just in time to hear her say that she likes to eat baby food. Ugh! You heard right, baby food. As in little jars. As in Gerber….

—Spike

Aftermath: She eventually stopped calling me.

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“Taken Care Of…”

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After a month of dating we were about to go at it and I ask him if he had a condom. He looked in to my eyes and said, “No… but I get tested all the time.” I told him I couldn’t, he said that if I was worried about getting pregnant we could always go to the nearest clinic and get it taken care of…

— Iris

Aftermath: We laughed it off that night but it all came to a screeching halt when I logged on to Facebook and at the very top of the news feed it said he was in a relationship…

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“Text-pal”

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Went out to dinner with an old girlfriend. Up front, I asked if she was seeing anyone. She replied, “No.” After dinner, we went back to my place to watch a movie. She had been rudely texting most of the evening thru dinner and our conversations…so I was curious at this “text-pal.” I maneuvered to give her a shoulder massage and looked onto her phone and discovered explicit texts to some guy.

—Christine

Aftermath: Movie concluded. I drove her home and she asked why I didn’t invite her to stay the night…

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“Do the Math”

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Advice from someone else – take your current age (35) and your life expectancy (40+), do you want to live with this woman and her controlling style and verbal abuse for that many more years?

— Peter

Aftermath: I left that marriage after 11 years and two children. I am now happily married and a grandfather. She is still single and bitter for 23 years.

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