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Number 4: She should have dated the waiter "We went downtown to a delicious pizza shop. He insisted on ordering for me, ordered something I would never eat, and I had to track down the waiter so I could I order what I want. He tried to get me to drink alcohol and bullied me the whole night about that I didn't eant to drink. He drank, waay too much, and started an argument about everything. The waiter saw my pain and tried to help. My date got jealous and tried to fight the waiter, got kicked out, and I had to pay for everything including his damn drinks. He was waiting for me outside, followed me to my car while asking -- no, begging -- me to go back to his place. I told him he was crazy. He screamed out my license plate number and ran away repeating it to himself. Um, crazy? Number 3: Third time's the charm "I met a girl in a speech class in college. We went to lunch a few times, met up at a couple of parties, and talked on the phone for a few weeks before we went out on an actual "date," We went to dinner and had a great time. The conversation was fresh and interesting and there were definite sparks. I took her back to my place and we watched a movie. One thing led to another and....she had three nipples. Seriously. It is really difficult reliving this experience...." Page down to continue our ten worst dates in Denver countdown.
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