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If You Wanna Be My Lover, You Gotta Date All My Friends

Unlike date No. 9, the gentleman on date No. 10 knows how to pick up the check—even when it’s for more than he bargained for.
2019.12.06 04:38 PM
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If You Wanna Be My Lover, You Gotta Date All My Friends

Unlike date No. 9, the gentleman on date No. 10 knows how to pick up the check—even when it’s for more than he bargained for.

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He Was Hanging Out Just to Get His Money Back

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Welcome to date no. 4, where our abandoned dater watched the ghost of dude-bros past reappear with another girl.

“My Ex Showed Up and Drunkenly Crashed my Date”

Date No. 3 in our series was heading in the right direction until a surprise visitor killed the vibe.

Sometimes it Takes 4–5 Great Dates to Realize He’s Just Not That Into You

Or how we realized that great connection was merely platonic. Welcome to date No. 2—one that by all accounts should have ended well.

“He’d Forgotten His Wallet … and Then Started Eating My Fries”

We kick off our new Hawai‘i dating series with Date No. 1, which—spoiler alert!—didn’t end well.

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