The Weirdest Dates People Have Ever Been On

"I was going to go to a bar with a girl I met on tinder. She showed up 15 minutes late, which wasn't that big of a deal.

Got out of her car, crossed the street, and then awkwardly shook my hand. Told me she forgot her ID at home, apologized, and then left." -Reddit user The_Blind_Ashland

"I went on a date with a girl to a bar and grill. The girl just got set free from a bad relationship.

The bartender was her uncle, the server was her sister, and her fresh ex-boyfriend was there on a date with another guy." -Reddit user AtomicMojave

"Third date with a guy from Hinge. It started completely normal- we went to a pub for a few drinks. Pub closes. The guy invites me back to his. We get back to his and have a few more drinks; he then asks if I'd like to smoke a joint.

I hadn't smoked for a few years but thought, "Hey, it'll be fine." I end up feeling very sick and unable to move. The guy doesn't have a bucket or bowl, so he brings the entire kitchen bin and places it next to me. He then suggests we watch a movie. The guy puts on American Psycho, and I sit there for the next two hours paralyzed and paranoid, completely convinced he's going to murder me. Also, he lived on a boat." -Reddit user amberlumps

"I was talking to a dude on tinder and decided to meet up with him for coffee one day.

He only talked in impersonations of WWE wrestlers and then asked me to go to wrestle mania with him and his entire family later that night." -Reddit user lesbian_moose

"On the first date I ever had, my whole family took the liberty to invite themselves. I guess by that point, it wasn't even considered a date anymore.

It was to the mall, and I was 15 years old at the time. I suppose it was more awkward than weird, but still." -Reddit user PudgeTheFish42

"We met at Applebees, and she brought a friend with her, which was odd because this was the first date. Then she invited me to her place for more drinks, she lived in a single-wide trailer that was in the backyard of her parents' place, which was also a single-wide.

She went to her room and shut the door, and I was left there by myself. In the morning, I left, and her dad was shirtless watching me leave and yelling at some dogs that I think were trying to attack me." -Reddit user ryanzbt

"I went on a date with a girl who stood me up to the movies. I watched the movie (IT 2) and then went to dinner at Marie Calendars by myself. There I met people from a robotics club at my college and wanted to participate.

My first meeting is this Friday. Best stood up, help me I'm lonely, outing/date so far. 10/10 would do again." -Reddit user 5pe3d

"We went back to her place. She thrusted a model of the cell in my hands and asked if I could name any of the parts. I got the membrane, nucleus, ribosomes, mitochondria, and cytoplasm.

At that point, she ripped it out of my hands. I guess I was supposed to not know them?" -Reddit user PoorEdgarDerby

"The weirdest was when I was a college junior and dated a girl that was a classmate. She wanted to have a "picnic" in a cemetery at a gravesite where her ex was buried (he had been killed in a crash two years previously). I told her I'd accompany her to visit his grave, but that picnicking and having a good time there somehow didn't seem appropriate." -Reddit user Back2Bach

"Matched with a girl on a dating app who seemed super chill and sweet. I asked her out, and we made plans to get dinner at a local burger joint. We met, and after introductions, she spent an entire hour b*tching about how much her life sucks, how much she hates school, how annoying her managers at work are, how crazy her family is, etc.  I get that part of dating is revealing your likes and dislikes, but for God's sake, don't be a negative person who can't quit complaining. Felt like I had been emotionally catfished.

Thankfully never heard from her again." -Reddit user (deleted)

"The guy talked and talked and talked all evening about himself, his parents' divorce, his ex's sex preferences, and his depressed best friend. And he joked about murdering me.

And at the end, he told me he lived at his mom's, but I can come by if I want to." -Reddit user (deleted)

"In college, I went on a date with a dude who got all excited that we were on the same psychiatric medication. Like, I'm pretty sure he thought it made us soulmates or something.

It was...different." -Reddit user CopperWireTrees

"I went on a date with a girl I met online. All throughout the date, she kept looking over at me and then laughing, but not really in a mean way. After a while, I called her out on it, and she basically said, sorry, but you really look like my brother.

Then she shows me a picture, and low and behold, he looks more like my brother than hers. I still can't figure out why she agreed to go on a date in the first place when she could tell this was the case from my profile pick." -Reddit user dmelt253

"Met someone online, and we decided to meet in person for a date. It was awkward for the first few minutes, but then she just said, "I can dab if that will make it less awkward," and then proceeded to do so.

There was no second date." -Reddit user KaoticSkunk

"Not a date, but a girl I just met talked about how the sweater she was wearing was from her dead boyfriend, then said I looked like Zuko from Avatar and asked to marry me." -Reddit user captainaleccrunch