Saturday, January 24, 2009

My Dating Life

So for a while now I've been wishing I could give you all (all of you my non-existent readership whether that be on my actual blog or you Facebookers) an in depth look at my dating life. It's really one of the most bizarre and hilarious things ever. I've enlightened many with a lot of my history as far as that and such and I usually get a good laugh. My best friend Catherine always tells me just how weird my dating experiences are and funny. I really believe they would make for a good book. It's kind of funny though because I really don't go out on that many dates yet I seem to have such weird and ridiculous things happen in my dating life. And I would proceed to give you a beautiful in depth look at it all, but I'm afraid I might offend some people and such because it has happened once before when I've done something similar, so at this time I will withhold that. But seriously, it's so funny and ridiculous all rolled into one.

On a similar note though, I do have a fantastic story I was reminded of recently. I had a past roommate who was a semi-recent convert to the Church. He was originally from Canada and he seemed like he had probably sampled some interesting substances before his conversion to the Church (ie he was permastoned). So apparently he went on a date to the dollar theater with some girl. I guess he had to use the restroom at some point during the movie. However, when he went to the restroom he heard a really loud crowd off in the distance. It turned out that there was a BYU Football game going on. So like a moth drawn to a bug zapper, he went for the bright lights of LES. Yes, his date was still in the movie theater. So at some point either the movie ended or she began to wonder where he was so she left the theater and gave him a call. She asked him where he was and he informed her that he had gone to the football game and proceeded to ask her if she would like to join him. I can imagine she was thoroughly disgusted and declined his ever so generous offer. Then he asked her if she would like a ride home, which she also (I can imagine ever so gracefully) refused and informed him that he would find a ride home. Yeah, I couldn't believe it when this guy told me this story. It just didn't even cross his mind that this was an improper thing to do or maybe imprudent. He simply decided to do what he would like and didn't give her a moment's consideration. Amazing! So funny.

2 comments:

Jack (h2oetry) said...

What a tool. What a story.

Stella said...

That's hilarious! Just glad it wasn't me sitting all alone in the dollar theater...