4/08/2016

Imagine THAT Story

Story Sent in by Shanelle:

After dinner with Will we went to the beach. It was pretty cold out but a moonlight walk on the sand was a nice idea as long as we were bundled up.

After strolling alongside the water for a while he threw off his jacket, his shirt, his pants, and his shoes. He ran for the water and jumped in.

I was aghast. It had to be close to freezing out! He shot out of the water almost immediately and screamed. "Cold! Cold, cold, cold!"

"What did you think!?" I said as he scrambled to pick up his clothes and throw them back on.

I asked him, "Why'd you do that? You could catch hypothermia, pneumonia, the common cold–"

"Spontaneousness," was his response.

I sat with him in his car for close to an hour with the heaters at full blast. Once he was done shivering we called it a night and parted ways. He didn't call me after that and I sure wasn't going to reach out to him. What if we visited a tall building's observation deck? Would he throw himself off the top in the name of "spontaneousness"?

11 comments:

  1. Another victim of reading too many dating profiles where women want a man that is "Spontaneous and able to surprise me". I'm sure he thought he was golden after that stunt.

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  2. What was going through your head when he suddenly started stripping?

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  3. Silly thing to do, sure, but if that is the only reason you chose not to contact him again I think you just may be a little too uptight.

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    1. The REAL reason is the "shrinkage" she caught a glimpse at after he came out of the water... poor guy!

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    2. Well, he didn't contact her either so it wasn't like she turned down a second date.

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    3. Agreed. Sounds like the OP should seek medical assistance to remove that stick.

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  4. He could be okay... It kinda makes for a mildly interesting first date story to tell your mutual friends one day. Mayhaps he thought he'd impress you with his wild spontaneity. It worked for me. *Day dreams and hums to myself quietly*

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    1. Yeah I'm glad someone mentioned that. OP lost a bit of respect from me there.

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  6. He knew the water was cold, he jumped in to wake himself up because you're boring as hell, OP.

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  7. Ignore the 12 yr olds op. Girls shouldn't be with 12 yr olds.

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