We’ve all had our share of bad dates. Even gorgeous celebrities like Katherine Heigl have dished on terrible romantic encounters. She admitted to once having an awkward date with a personal trainer, who not only gave her his headshot, but also shaved his legs. Total turn off!
My latest bad date was with a Miami artist who was new to New York City. I met him at Bryant Park and demanded dinner, as opposed to sitting on a bench with a basket of fruit. He obliged, and we ended up at BBQ’s in Times Square. As he discussed his career goals in a monotone voice (I thought I was on a date with Ferris Bueller’s English teacher), I realized I was on yet another bad date.
So, what can we do in this common situation? For my survival, I decided to find the funny in the ever present bad date. Here’s how you can, too:
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