12/09/2016

Oh, It Happened

Story Sent in by Tallie:

When Brett and I were done with our pretty good first date he walked me to the lot where I parked my car, we hugged goodnight, and I stepped inside to drive home.

He then banged on my passenger window as if he wanted to tell me something. I rolled down the window and he said, "I had a great time! I hope I can see you again."

I replied that I had a nice time too and that he should reach out to me if he wanted to hang out again.

I rolled up the window, turned the car on, and prepared to leave the parking space when he banged on the window again.

This time when I turned, his junk was pressed up against it.

I screamed, honked my horn a few times, he jumped away, and I sped off as fast as the wheels could take me.

And he actually wrote me to ask me out again! Of course that didn't happen.

11 comments:

  1. So let me get this straight - going to a pastry shop and seeing all the delightful morsels behind glass = good? But seeing a nice, huge, veiny penis behind glass = BAD?!

    I just don't understand some people...

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    1. Let me help you out here Steve. What if you went into a pastry shop and all the delightful morsels behind glass were covered in pubic hair? Am I painting a picture for you?

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    2. What if Ariana Grande licked them all?

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    3. With or without the pubes?

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  2. Didn't OP invite him to " hang out". Probably should have waited for the second date....

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  3. Did he mention the incident when he wrote to ask you out again? Inquiring minds want to know.

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  4. How was his junk? Scared turtle or polish sausage? Asking for a friend.

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  5. step one: cut a hole in the box

    step two: ignore the box entire and press that shit against a window

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    1. Will you box up your box for me? Thx.

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  6. You gotta admire the balls on that guy.

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