Crazy internet dating stories
• The seemingly bohemian alt industrial-music dj was still enough of a “nice jewish girl” that she insisted our first meeting be a dinner with her mother at an Italian chain restaurant in the Valley.• I am pretty good at not going out on dates unless I am fairly certain that I have picked someone I am at least a little compatible with, but at one point, I ended up going out with a girl to a cafe, where she had secretly invited her friends, who, it turns out, were mostly just AA buddies, and the next thing I knew, I was at an AA meeting.There are numerous terrible stories of parents leaving their young children in vehicles.And it’s certainly not limited to negligent parents—a hospital administrator once forgot a child in the car seat, where she perished. It tells us that the most horrible things don’t happen because of mysterious malignant intent, psychopathy, or anything paranormal. In this popular story by Skarjo, a man deeply locked into his routine is thrown off a little by the fact that he forgot his cell phone.This distracts him on his way to work and to drop off his daughter at the daycare on a hot day.• I went back to the person’s place after a concert and unwittingly served as passive-aggressive muscle for a drug deal. But when the conversation turned to “future plans” the guy could not tell me much beyond how many dogs he wanted to own at some future time. • Made the wrong comment about conceptual artist Matthew Barney to the wrong art student…
Whether you call those stories “urban legends” or “creepypasta,” there is a quality to them that mainstream horror doesn’t quite provide.If you’re not up for reading about that today, you should take a pass.But we think we’d be remiss not to include the dark and very real amongst the wacky and bizarre. - ARIEL SCHULMAN, NEV SCHULMAN, and HENRY JOOST from the film 'Catfish' attend the New York premiere of 'All Good Things' held at the SVA Theater. (Credit Image: Â© Nancy Kaszerman/ZUMAPRESS.com) within reach. - ARIEL SCHULMAN, NEV SCHULMAN, and HENRY JOOST from the film 'Catfish' attend the New York premiere of 'All Good Things' held at the SVA Theater.
I don’t really drink much, and I don’t really have a problem with it, and I didn’t really know the girl very well, and I didn’t want to be there.