I then found out my date had set his roommate on fire and thrown him down a flight of stairs.
Now he's in prison, and I never accepted another blind date invitation again.
—Kim, GAThe worst date I ever went on was with a guy I'd known in high school.
Jack was the captain of the basketball team, an A student, and all-around good guy whom I'd only admired from afar during my senior year.
I'm completely freaked out, decide I'm going to the bathroom, and he asks if I need help wiping. " She winds up sneaking me through the kitchen, and I slipped her a tip.
And oh, could I cover brunch, because he makes like zero dollars.
We head to a really nice steakhouse, and after appetizers and his third martini, he starts to speak baby talk to me, as in "Would you wike a wittle kissy-wissy?
" Our steaks arrive and he reached across the table to cut my meat for me!
The girl left, and about 30 minutes later, the police showed up and arrested him.
They then took me in for questioning and asked me how long I've known him, where I was on this day, and so on.
As I sat, I imagined the really cute guy and unbelievable credentials, and was extremely excited to meet him.