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  • MT

    Went to the movies and saw Cop Out starring Tracy Morgan and Bruce Willis. It was a horrible movie and to make matters worse, there was a lot of poop jokes. In the long run, it turned out okay, we got married and now we look back and laugh about it.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Awwww. A happy ending! Yay!!!

  • edeliz

    Oh, well lets see, the best friend of the guy’s girlfriend, followed me to the restroom and told me about the other girl. I did walk out and never looked back!

  • Lauren

    First date set up through match.com – the guy was completely different looking from his profile picture!! AND the entire date, I think I said 3 words because he would not stop talking about himself. 30 minutes in, I went to the “bathroom”. I scooted to my car sooooooo fast!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      LMBO, Lauren! I thought only people on TV shows did that. LOL

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    My worst first date was with a guy named Richard Dickstein (Yes, Dick Dickstein. It’s okay to giggle.) He was the WORST. DRIVER. EVER. At one point, I saw my life flash before my eyes! That was my first date, and last date with Mr. Dickstein!

  • Sue W.

    White Castle and a bottle of Tequila………..

  • Carol Miller

    It was my sophomore year in high school and our first semi formal dance. It was a blind date and the girlfriend who arranged this, double dated with us. It was horrendous. The guy ( I have blocked his name from my memory) tells me when we get there that he doesn’t dance. He forgot to tell me that he also was no conversationalist, wasn’t very handsome, had no sense of humor, was not very intelligent. Well, you get the picture. The only word that comes to mind to describe him was an “ameba”, that is a one cell organism. I know that is unkind but did he ever hear, “Let’s make the best of a bad situation?” I get shivers up my spine just thinking about it.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Hey, Carol. Your not being fair to the paramecium (also a one-called animal). He wants credit, too! LOL

  • Cortney Brown

    My worst first date was when i went to the mall to watch a movie with the guy i was dating and he was a few months younger and the movie required id and i did not bring mine so we couldnt watch that movie that he wanted to watch. After we watched a different movie we went out side and there was a fight in the middle of the parking lot! Cops and everything came.

  • Marie Angelie Delima

    When I was 16 years old. He want to take me to the SINULOG FESTIVAL (the most grandest festival in the Philippines) and watch the mardigra, the dancing competition, their colorful costumes, everything. But then when were at the festival, he suddenly have CONSTIPATION. I’m struggling to find the nearest restroom for him (we have to walk through the tightest crowd ever), and I need to find the nearest pharmacy to ease his trouble. It was the worst day ever, but it sure is unforgettable.

  • DM

    Back in the day I went to the prom with a guy with a cool new car. He wasn’t so cool but his car was. It turned out to be the worst decision in my teen years. Needless to say I came home early and learned a lesson early in life!

  • julia cox

    Worst Date was homecoming my freshman year in high school the guy was so in mature Fartingredients and burping

  • dottie p

    huh? i have 2, one was prom night. i dated my then boyfriend. 8 years later i found out he was a homosexual. no wonder we didn’t do it at prom. LOL the other was sept 5 1982 I went on a blind date with a man my brother-in-law set me up with. we went and watched Rocky, then to a Korean restaurant. (had never had it before) didn’t know most of it was spicy, however, the Teriaki steak was great. then walked the beach, ( I was in Oahu) by 6 a.m. the guy asked me to marry him. i laughed of course. well needless to say, i did marry him 6 months later. we were married for 18 years. (now divorced) so that was my worst date. the only thing that was good that came out of it was i have a beautiful 19 year old daughter. but i wish i would have never gone out with him.

  • Ab

    Although I love Kevin Hart, we went to his show where he talked about periods and all that comes with it and how guys can hear girls unwrap pads, etc. Hilarious but also super awkward when it was that time for me :/

  • Erin Estilette

    I’ve never really been on a “date.”

  • Mark Hall

    Worst first dates are when they don’t show up, however on the flip side I count that as a win, money and heartache saved.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      True!

  • Jodi Laporte

    My worst first date was with a guy that I met through an online dating site, but we had a mutual friend, so I thought I’d give it a try. We went to a Tim Horton’s on the other side of town, which I thought was kind of weird because why not go to the closest one to my place, but I found out why. The place was packed, filled with people he knew that gathered together weekly to have coffee together. I felt so out of place as he kept introducing me to his friends. Just not exactly my idea of a first date type scenario where you would normally sit and talk and get to know one another, alone. But that’s nothing, he started sweating profusely and didn’t stop the entire time we were there. I mean dripping sweat off his forehead on to his face. It crossed my mind that he was a coke head or something. I was so turned off that I didn’t bother to contact him ever again.

  • Sarah Turner

    My worst first was in 2004, I was dating my friend from preschool who’s sister was dating my older brother at the time. We went to his mom’s form the week and I ended up going on a date with my now husband that was with my then boyfriend. So never take a guy out when you are with your boyfriend. The guy I went out with is my ex’s friend.

  • Timothy Mccollum

    My worst first date was what Thought was a woman and turned out to be a man in sheeps clothing.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      That’s terrible, Timothy! You didn’t sock him, or did you? In Brooklyn, that guy would have gotten beat up! (It was a rough city.)

    • Vonnie Aldrete

      Omg! That would be terrible.

  • Sylvia

    My worst first date was in 8th grade when I went to the Christmas dance with James. Of course neither of us could drive so his mother transported us but what I didn’t expect was for her to stay with us at the dance. She sat with us, interrupted James when he tried to speak and even cut in during a dance. Being a novice to dating I thought this must be what all dates are like but my inner instincts kept yelling “weird”. Did I tell you that she sang Joy to the World all the way home?

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      What a weirdo, Sylvia! I can imagine this guy’s honeymoon! LOL

  • DENISE AVERETTE

    My worst first date and last date, lol. New school got a date for the prom with a fairly popular boy. He got fresh on the way home and I socked him in the eye. Needless to say after he showed up at school with a shiner no one else from that school asked me out during the 3 years following.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Good for you, Denise! (Sorry you didn’t have any dates after that.)

  • Nicole D. C

    WORST date ever….I was to meet a guy at a park where we could introduce ourselves and then go to dinner. We met and then we just wanted to walk around the track and talk. We never made dinner, 2 hours later, I was starved and mad.

  • rose morgan

    This was back when I was still wearing hard contact lenses…they were so dirty I couldnt focus on my date the entire night.

  • Denise N.

    I do not do the whole dating thing. I am horrible as a ‘date.’ The only one I ever had I spent sitting on the phone in the posh ladies room of a very expensive restaurant comforting a heartbroken friend. (Priorities!) I arrived back to the table to discover everyone was ready to leave. The man who had invited me had been considerate enough to have my complete meal packed for takeout, despite the disapproval of his friends and the dissmisiveness of the server. He asked, I explained and we just went our own way.

  • Diane Lane

    It had to be my senior ball date. Paul was my best friend’s cousin and wanted to go to the ball because he dropped out of high school to join the Marines. He came to my house to pick me up and the two for us went with my best frIend and her date. The drive to the ball was twenty minutes away and in that time my so called date finished a pint of cherry brandy and fell asleep in the back seat. Where I left him and went into the ball to join my other friends at the table and had a great time. My friend Kevin took me back home and to this very day I still don’the know what happened to my date.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      LMBO!! Who needed him? Glad you had a good time, Diane!

  • Noel Stewart

    My worst first date was from a computer dating site. We met for dinner, starting talking, and we had NOTHING in common. SO I learned if you want to find a good match you had better do it yourself. This date cost me over $100. Pricey lesson!

  • Louis-Philippe Noël

    when Me and the other person are shy, nothing to say, nothing in common
    was the longest 30 minutes of my life… 🙁

  • Christy

    A “friend” of mine had given my number to a guy she met at a convenience store. He called me and I met him at the store. I had my dog (boxer) with me because if you don’t like my dog, I don’t like you. And if my dog doesn’t like you, I don’t like you. My dog growled at him the entire time and she never growled at anyone before. We fought about everything. I smoked. He had a rude comment about women who smoked. He was military and my ex was military and I swore I’d never date another one. It was so wrong on every level. We took the dog home and went to dinner and still argued about everything. “Who eats their steak still mooing?” “I don’t like women who drink, not even wine” “Who sold you that shirt?” “Why do you live in that part of town?” “Why do you drive that kind of car?” I was fuming when I got home and I called my “friend” and told her not to ever give my number out again. A few days later he called again. I was bored so I went out with him. To shorten this story…. we’ve been married 26 years. Actually that first horrible date was 27 years ago NEXT WEEK!!! LOL Lesson learned… always give someone a 2nd, 3rd and 4th chance if they ask for it.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Congrats, Christy! You took a big chance but it paid off!!!

  • Ray Ayala

    I had a date with a really nice personality. We met at school where she never wears perfume that I noticed. When I picked her up she was wearing soooo much perfume I was getting dizzy. I picked a stinky restaurant that has good food but that neutralized my date.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Hahahahahahaha!!!

  • Kay Jones-Hoff

    My first worst date was when I was dating my now ex husband.He thought it would be cute for me to be semi dressed up(He lead me to believe we were going to a nice restaurant) Well anyways worst first date was eating samples at the Price club.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Oh, nooooo!!’ LMAO!!! That’s hilarious, Kay!!!

  • Karen T

    My first worst date was when I was 16 years old. A boy ask me if I wanted to go to church with him. I thought well I don’t think Mom and Dad can say very much about a church date. My mom just laughed.   So I went with him. That was one of the worst & creepiest dates I ever had!

    The preacher was really dramatic. And every time we’d bow our heads to pray I could feel a breeze blowing through the room.  “Feeeel the Lord’s presence”, he would say every time.  When I looked up I could see the lamps on the ceiling swaying. Oh well, at least it wasn’t hot in there.
    A bunch of us went to a restaurant afterwards, and every single person had something wrong with them.  That was very curious.
    One was blind in one eye, another only had one ear, a girl was missing a finger, and another stuttered beyond understanding. Which didn’t really matter because no one had anything sensible to say.
    As far as I know the guy I was dating didn’t have any deformities.  And I wasn’t about to find out!  I figured if I went back to that church I’d have to sacrifice a foot or something!  That was the end of that date!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Wow, Karen! Sounds like a horror movie plot!!! LOL

    • Vonnie Aldrete

      Creepy! But your last line is hilarious! Lol

      • Karen T

        Thanks! LOL..It puts a whole new light on the phrase “Give of oneself”.

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    Thanks, Karen! It was an experience…that I ever want to go through again!

  • Casimina Doner

    It was the first date I had with my now husband. We went to a scotch doubles bowling tournament with his brother and girlfriend. We had to listen to their lovey dovey kissy face stuff for about two hours while we awkwardly tried to get to know each other. Then after we were done bowling, we decided to go for a walk to get away from the love birds and my mom came looking for me to say it was past my curfew. I was mortified and figured he would never want to see me again! Thankfully, he laughed his butt off and the rest is history! 😉

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Awwww. How sweet, Casimina. He’s a keeper!

      • Casimina Doner

        LOL Yes he is!!

  • MyKinKStar

    I’ve never understood why someone wants to go to a movie on a first date, when you’re gonna be sitting in the dark, unable to talk and get to know each other. Okay, so my worst first date was meeting a guy at the theater to see the movie “JFK” by Oliver Stone. It’s a complex movie, about a historical man and event, that I was interested in seeing, but not like that. Afterwards he wanted to me to follow him to get coffee and a donut at a place . . . Alright, it was late and caffeine doesn’t keep me up, but I’d had enough and didn’t want to suffer along some more. That was it . .

  • jock

    Perhaps the worst is when you prepared a lot for the big date but ending up disheartened because there is NO SPARK at all. It turns into a curve ball when you know that in the first 5 minutes you already wanted to say goodbye and exit but you endured the next 1-2 hours. That really sucks!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      My mom went on a date through some organization. This very old man came. The first question he asked my mom when they started driving was, “How much money do you have (and he didn’t mean in her wallet!). She made it around the corner and had the guy drop her back home!

  • Chrystal Ozovek

    I have NEVER told ANYONE about this terrible, absolutely embarrassing first date! Well . . . here it goes – At the gym I had caught a guy eyeing me up on multiple different occasions. Every time I would look at him he would quickly look away and act as if he wasn’t starring. After weeks of this, he finally got the nerve to talk to me. He was a good looking guy and seemed genuinely nice so after a few gym chats I had agreed to go to dinner with him. I thought what a great story this would be if he turns out to be THE ONE! SO, we had dinner and drinks and conversation came easy for us. In fact we hit it off so well that we stayed almost 1-1/2 hours after we were done eating just sitting at the table talking. As we talked we continued to drink. I don’t know if it was nerves or just me getting lost in the conversation but I ended up having WAY too much to drink – I felt it the instant I stood up. I told him that didn’t feel like I should drive and he right away said he would give me a ride AND even offered to take me the following day back to the restaurant to get my car . . . sweet guy! Everything still seemed to be going perfectly . . . until my body decided to reject the one-too-many-drinks I had consumed. THANK GOD I didn’t get sick in his car. I MADE IT HOME . . . but barely. Of course this guy wanted to walk me to the door! I told him I didn’t feel the greatest and he offered to stay awhile till he knew I was ok. I told him to make myself at home as he sat down on my couch and I got myself into the bathroom just in time. I was in there for quite awhile getting sick. When I came out of the bathroom “gym-guy” was gone. We had never exchanged phone numbers and either he changed his workout time or changed gyms all together because I never saw him again! So much for being “THE ONE”!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      He sounded so much like “the one” until he pulled his disappearing act!

  • Lynn

    My worst first date was definitely my senior prom. I had just been dumped by my first boyfriend a month before prom and had decided not to go. Then a guy who I was friend asked me to go with him so I said okay. I didn’t find him particularly attractive but I figured I might as well go. When we got to prom he pretty much ignored me and kept asking another girl to dance with him. I was okay with that as I had alot of other guys to dance with and friends to talk to. However, a few days after the prom my “date” gave me a call and apologized to me for his behavior that night and that he had only invited me was to try to hook up with the girl he had been dancing with but she had been asked to prom by someone else before he asked her. I was totally humiliated and embarrassed and never spoke to him again!!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      What a selfish person he was, Lynn! I hope he got what he deserved! Some people should be careful what they wish for!

  • Vonnie Aldrete

    My first date with a guy I really liked, was at the movie theater. I had a bad cold and during movie broke out in uncontrollable cough. I excused myself and went to get water. I stayed in the lobby till cough was under control. When I returned to my seat, I forgot the seats automatically folded up and ended up sitting smack down on the floor. I was so embarrassed I couldn’t ever even take a call from him again.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      LMBO!!! I’m laughing with you, not at you, I promise! I hope you didn’t get hurt, Vonnie!

      • Vonnie Aldrete

        Lol. Only thing hurt was my teenage ego.

  • Leslie Anne Soloman

    The worst first date occurred about 15 years ago, I should have known better, I actually knew his son better, the son was in Christian ministry and was a very good and kind person. I met the father somr time later and he appeared to be nice enough. He asked if he could take me to lunch, we went to a coney island he paid of course. I started getting bad feelings when he would not answer my questions directly and some of his answer just didn’t make sense. About a couple weeks later he asked if he could take me on a picnic. I graciously declined explaining that I had another commitment that weekend. Foolishly I told him where I would be and there he showed up. I was with a young family member and I tried to get him to meet me some other time but he wouldn’t budge. I then told him that I was leaving and taking the family member home, he then hoped in my car, I’m thinking how am I going to untangle myself from this mess. I dropped my family member off and he suggested that we stop at a store he was familiar with and go on that picnic. So I did as soon as he went into the store I started my car up and went straight home never to hear from him again.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      OMG! You must have been so scared! I think you handled it perfectly, Leslie!!!

      • Leslie Anne Soloman

        I realized much more that I really need to follow the Spirit within me and never second guess Him.

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          Second guess?!! Who could know that would happen?!! LOL

  • Deb

    My worst first date was a double date. We lived in a small town with lots of country roads. The guys wanted to go rabbit hunting. They sat on top of the hood with their guns, while us girls slowly drove the car. They shot a few rabbits. We stopped the car, and as the other guy was jumping off of the hood, he blew off his big toe. So, we ended up in the emergency room. It certainly wasn’t a romantic date, and scared the jeepers out of all of us.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Wow! You definitely had the SCARIEST first date, Deb!!! LOL!!!

      • Deb

        Yep, It was pretty hairy!

  • Rick Gottinger

    My worst first date was at 17 with a 16 year old redhead who worked at the same department store as me. We met another couple at a bowling alley for a few games. The drinking age was 18 at the time but it wasn’t all that well enforced. Unbeknownst to me and my friend, his date had brought a bottle of liquor with her and the 2 girls had shared it, After bowling we split up and she suggested going to park by the lake. I liked her so I was ok with that but long i realized what had been going on. She got carried away and I ended up spending the next two hours trying to sober her up enough to take her home.

  • Meadow McDowell

    My now husband and I had spent a very long day traveling and he had a job interview. It was the first time I’d taken him to meet my family. He was bone tired and not really with it. He was working as an intern at the time and I referred to him as “Marc, the Intern” with my family. My sister asked him, “So, once you’re not an intern anymore, what will we call you?” His response? “Mike.” We all laughed uncontrollably. As though he was just going to do a complete name change once he got a paying job. My family and I still laugh about it. He doesn’t think it’s funny.

  • Angie Beedie

    My worst first date was my date and I going to dinner and then a concert.
    The dinner was really good, but we had to walk to the concert hall and we were practically running, so I got a cramp because I had just eaten. Then when we arrived at the concert Hall he had forgotten his ID, he paid for dinner with cash. His explanation was because we were going to a concert he didn’t bother to bring his wallet so he wouldn’t lose it. So I didn’t want him to feel out of place so I didn’t go in either. we then went to have coffee as a bar was out of the question. When it was time to go home he didn’t have money for a cab as he had spent it all at dinner so I paid for the cab. A couple of weeks later I found out that he was under 19 and thats why he didn’t bring his wallet because I would have found out how old he was.

  • ramadevi

    My first date with my husband before marriage on his birthday. We decided to go out. It was very special because we both were trying to understand each other at that time . We both were very polite, talked and listened to each other, looked each other very closely. It was wonderful, I was shy girl at that time. My husband was talking more and most of the times I was listener. Now it is different. Ha ha ha, marriage gave us more freedom to do everything to each other. Both negative and positive things make us stick together until date. Anyway we enjoyed the first date and each year on his birthday we remember the first date.

  • Rhonda Mansfield-Myles

    I was asked out to the movies and I went. When we got there I had to pay for the movies and the refreshments. Then he wanted to go for something to eat after the movies and I had to pay for that too. Crazy I married the guy 4 years later, and divorced him 18 after that 🙂

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    Misery 2: Nightmare in Church! LOL

    • Karen T

      LMBO!!! I love it!

  • Dicksy Maneschyn

    Went on a motorbike ride with a guy which was a lot of fun. When I got home he offered to let me drive the bike. Gave it to much gas and I flipped the bike and damaged the bike ! Anyway he never called me up again for a date.

  • Rochelle Pieper

    Oh this one is easy…mine and my husbands first date in November of 1990…we went to jail together!!!!

  • karry

    He never showed up to the date and so I learned what type of guy he was from that.

  • Theresa Holly

    after we had dinner he wanted to park and make out by cemetary did not want to so he got mad what a loser he was

  • Stacie Snow

    My now husband called me from a payphone saying his brother had broke down and he was gonna have to help him so he couldn’t make it when the truth was he and his brother had been drinking he didn’t think about the payphone he used was outside a store where my mom worked!

  • Beatrice

    I was 16 years old when I had my first “love”. It was my first date ever, so of course I was nervous, and the part that made it the worse was when my date came to pick me up at my house with his car, my mother literally grabbed a piece of paper and pen, went outside (my date is just there standing watching all of this) jotted down his license plate number with no shame at all. She didn’t say a word after that, just walked back into the house. I was so embarrassed and the date hadn’t even started!! We then proceeded to go to the Cheesecake Factory, the food was delicious, but it was just an awkward silence the whole time *sigh* I didn’t know what to say as the date was already ruined before it even started. I guess someone would never expect that sort of reaction from a mother, but yeah mine did do that. Being a mother now myself, I can see why my mother did it, and I just laugh about it now. Parents do things for your best interest, not to mess with you!

  • Tania

    Went on a date with a guy who came to pick me up in a Hertz(funeral) car. I was horrified but for the sake of my sister as she was dating his cousin I went. Later on I found out that his father owned funeral homes LOL