We have all been on that first date, the one where you decide whether you are going to ask the person on a second date or ghost them.
There are many reasons why you may decide that a second date is just not for you.
So, if you decided to ghost the person or not ask them on a second date, was your reason a good one or maybe a little shallow? We’ve all probably been shallow at least once or twice in our lives. But, sometimes, we regret it.
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Later on, in life, you may even think about that weird turn-off and that person and wonder where they are, maybe even question what could’ve been if you hadn’t been so shallow.
Recently on r/AskReddit, a user posted the question; What’s the shallowest reason you had for not going out on a second date?
Redditors weighed in, giving their experiences and why they didn’t go on that second date.
Looks Like Your Mom
One Redditor said, “She looked too similar to my mom. She made a certain facial expression while we were talking, and I had the thought “Man, that’s something my mom does.” Couldn’t get it out of my head afterward and that was it.”
Never Been Broken Up With Before
A popular commenter said, “She told me no one had ever broken up with her.”
Another said, “She was pretty and easy to talk to, but I just couldn’t get over her very slight lazy eye.”
A third Redditor said, “I noped out of a thing over formatting. He texted me after our first date, and it looked like it was written by a preschooler.”
A most liked comment was, “I briefly dated a guy who, over text, kept calling me “sweaty” (meaning “sweetie”!) and “sweet pee” (instead of “pea”), and I just couldn’t. The pet names at such an early stage were bad enough, but the unfortunate, repeated misspelling was something I couldn’t get past.”
It’s Time to Grow Up
A user said, “She said I should grow up when I said I regularly play video games.”
Wrong Movie Choice
Finally, one Redditor commented, “She wanted to see The Fast and the Furious movie, and I decided that made her incompatible with me. Yes, that’s how stupid I was in my early twenties. Very nice, pretty girl with a great sense of humor. Later when I spoke to her and said I messed up, she said, “Yes. Yes, you did.”
So there you have it. Maybe now you won’t feel so bad about the time you ghosted someone because of a weird quirk they had, or maybe you will! What shallow reason did you have for ghosting someone after a first date?
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