Thursday, December 30, 2004

Chalk that one up

The date. Yeah...met for dinner at 8'ish and was home at 9. I think someone lied about their age and it wasn't me. Must insist on more than one picture from now on. 2004 was just not my year for dating...fresh new hope for 2005!


  • Dude, that sucks! Older or younger than he said? I'm guessing older- much older. Did you make him pay, at least?

    By Blogger hot babe, at 2:57 PM  

  • Older, yes. Clearly -- older. At least I got a free dinner. I mean, he was nice - but the age was a factor. I'm shallow, I know...

    By Blogger Kiddo78, at 3:36 PM  

  • Alright this cements my need to introduce you to Chris.He is 29.And really cute.He also is super funny.Plus if it intrigues you he plays on a hockey league.Come on that sounds hot doesin't it?

    By Blogger Stacy, at 3:56 PM  

  • I already said I'm not above being set up by friends, Stacy! Bring 'im on...(god I hope he doesn't read this)

    By Blogger Kiddo78, at 4:30 PM  

  • What is up with lying about age? Unless you're looking for a one-night hookup there's no way it's going to fly. But it seems to happen so much. I guess I can understand just a little bit more as I approach that scary 3-0. Yeah, OK, maybe there is a little room for lying. I think I'm going to be 29 for the next few years. Fortunately, I can pull it off - I actually had someone peg me as being 24 a couple weeks ago. Hot! Now I'm growing my winter beard so I probably look about 35.
    My friend Brett was the worst with the age-lying thing. He was dating a guy for MONTHS, and after they had broken up I mentioned to Jason that Brett was 25 and Jason was totally confused because Brett had been telling him he was 22. The whole time. Talk about insecure. As if being 25 is anything to be embarrassed about. Damn you youth-obsessed culture!

    By Blogger denverboy, at 5:22 PM  

  • That sucks, Kiddo! Sorry about your bad luck.
    I don't understand lying about ones age either-especially if you're going to meet said person. obviously they're going to figure it out.

    Better luck next time!

    By Blogger lynne, at 7:00 PM  

  • As long as I keep my gray covered, I can pass for 25. OK, maybe 26. But I'll forever be 29.

    By Blogger hot babe, at 10:33 AM  

  • Blind dates suck & shallow is absolutely fine. A person has to have standards for Christsake! Be thankful that you didn't have to summon the bouncer to help haul your blind date's drunken carcass to a cab & loan him money for cab fare while he gropes your boob...

    By Blogger zeppgoddess, at 3:42 PM  

  • Easy for me to say, I know, but at the tender age of almost 27, I don't see what all the fuss about 30 is. I mean, it will bother the hell out of me I'm sure, but 30 is a great age for people. I consistently hear people say they like their 30s more than their 20s...As long as you keep making yourself youthful in appearance and attitude, who gives a flying fuch?

    Oh - and I think I forgot to mention that the lying age guy said he was 37 and I think it's probably closer to 47. I should have been able to tell that the pic he sent was from the '80s....

    By Blogger Kiddo78, at 9:28 AM  

  • I used to lie about my weight. I'd tell 'em that I was 190 when I really weighed 195.....

    Bummer on the date.

    Oh, BTW, I was at the Marshall Fields downtown on Friday and they had hella stripped pants. You may wanna check it out.

    By Blogger BigDubb, at 1:07 PM  

  • I had something similar like that happen to me. I was 20, he told me he was 27. More like 47. He "revealed" his age after our date via a voicemail. I was like, do you OWN a mirror? Not that he was ugly, just that he looked 47.

    By Blogger Robert, at 3:49 PM  

  • Hot Babe can pass for 25? HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA.

    Kidding. Sorta.

    By Blogger dan, at 6:49 PM  

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