Embarrassing teenage dating stories

I closed my eyes, moved closer and stuck out my tongue the way I'd seen it done in movies."I planned this really cool Disney date for this girl I was seeing.

He never asked me out again.—Holly Snelson, Facebook I was with a guy I really liked, and when we got back to his house, I REALLY had to poop.

“On my way leaving a class last semester I saw this smoking hot girl, I mean amazing, a girl way out of my league, just sitting by herself.

Now normally I would just keep walking but that day I told myself, ‘Andrew you can do it, go make it happen.’ So I walked up to her introduced myself and just started talking and she was digging it. I’ll bring the movie.’ I’m sure she saw my pride crumble right in front of her.” -–Andrew Billups, Buffalo State University “For my first date after a disastrous break-up, I let my best friends pick out my wardrobe, which turned out to be the worst mistake of my life.

When he dropped me off, I got up and noticed a dark, bloody stain where I had been sitting.

I saw it and tried to not freak out as I closed the door, waved bye, and walked (backwards) into my house. We never talked about it, but I didn’t ask him for any more rides!

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