People Confess The Absolute Worst Things People Have Ever Said To Them On A Date

People are crazy on dates.

The words I have heard uttered could send shivers down a dead person's spine.

Which is so mind-boggling.

Shouldn't we be putting our best foot forward?

Or maybe it's best when they just give you the whole crazy upfront to weed people out.

Is there such a thing as being too comfortable too soon anymore?

Redditor batmanstitty asked:

"What’s the worst thing a person has said to you while on a date?"

I once had a guy tell me he owned me.

Because of a Cosmo and a steak.

It wasn't even the temp I wanted.

You Know

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"'I don't mind that you're... you know.' Waves hand vaguely at my body."



"'I can tell you are an only child because you have major personality flaws.'"


"OH MAN. My parents had just the 1 kid. But to some ppl, I guess that marks me as some kind of socially demented freak. I don't think I'd be wrong in saying that is the very start of the very social problem they're talking about--and those vain pieces of trash are welcome to stay out of my orbit."


Just 2?

"Wistfully after 2 wines... 'God, you are so amazing, such a shame you look like that.'"


"I don't understand why people go on dates with people they aren't physically attracted to. Hell I don't understand why anyone stays in a relationship with someone they aren't physically attracted to."


"Blind dates, tinder dates where they don’t look like their pictures, dates where you love the personality so much that you assume over time you won’t care about physical attraction anymore."



"We had a fun night having a personal date and then we pull up to his house for his birthday party, where I’m about to meet his family for the first time. He turns to me and says, 'Oh btw my parents don’t like Mexicans.' I am Mexican."

"I was like, What do you want me to do with that information? He was like, just be yourself. I was like, no sh*t. I can’t be anyone else?? It was wild. They were polite but patronizing AF. Needless to say, that ended quick."


"Been there before. Her dad looked at me like I was gonna rob the place. Didn’t last long, turns out it was just a rebound thing."


Maybe after dinner...

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"'So, aren't you going to invite me to your place? I bought you lunch. You kind of owe me.' from a guy I met ONCE and had breath so bad I am surprised it didn't melt the fork."


There is no lunch that requires payment after. Bye.


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“You know that cancer is a hoax perpetuated by big pharma and the government preying on the uneducated, right!?!?' He says to me, a cancer survivor who’s life was f**king derailed by cancer."


No big deal...

"First date from a dating app. I could tell he was maybe a touch too desperate based on the texts we exchanged. However, he was also whip-smart and almost finished with grad school, so I still agreed to go out. We didn’t have a spark, which I noticed immediately. On the other hand, he was oblivious to it. No big deal. Then, he suggests a walk after dinner. I agree like an idiot."

"On that walk he proceeds to tell me that his ex girlfriend cheated on him, that he thinks he’ll always love her, even though she cheated on him with his best friend, and she gave him an STD. And the worst thing I ever heard on a date was, 'But don’t worry- it’s one of the ones that clears up on its own.' NOPE."


Trash Talk

"Not exactly a date, but at a dance when I was a teenager, I sat down for a breather after I'd been dancing for a long time. Right then a slow song started, and a couple girls came up, one of them introduced me to her friend and asked me to dance with her because nobody had asked her to dance yet."

"I felt really bad for her and said heck yeah, everybody deserves to dance. She spent the whole time talking about how I'm such a piece of garbage for sitting down when there are girls like her who haven't been asked to dance. I kept trying to change the subject, she just ignored me and kept trash talking me, so I walked away mid-dance."


Wow, romance certainly as easy as they make it look in the movies!

Do you have any stories to share? Let us know in the comments below.

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