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Peej writes, "My mate Tony's dad used to weigh the breakfast cereal in the morning to make sure everybody got an equal amount and the pack provided the exact amount of servings advertised on the packet. I learned from this that the recommended serving size on a cereal packet isn't enough to feed a sparrow."

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(, Fri 24 Oct 2014, 13:57)
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I went on a date with a guy and quite enjoyed it, plus he really fancied me and wanted to see me again, so I sent two short, friendly texts the following day.
He phoned me that evening and kicked off, saying he did not tolerate people texting him more than once in a day. He went on and on for almost an hour. Then, he sent me about five texts, re-iterating the importance of not "interrupting his day and putting new thoughts in his head" by texting.

I cancelled the second date.
(, Mon 27 Oct 2014, 9:39, closed)
Bullet dodged there, I think.

(, Mon 27 Oct 2014, 12:26, closed)
Yeah, soz 'bout that.
I didn't want to tell you that I only fancied you when I had the beer goggles on.
(, Mon 27 Oct 2014, 18:10, closed)
Well, he did phone me every few weeks for several months after, apologising and saying he'd like to see me again
In the end I got sick of polite rebuttals and told him I'd rather shag Alan Partridge. That got the message home.
(, Tue 28 Oct 2014, 21:35, closed)
Sounds like he was pretty desperate to get rid of you. Sad times.

(, Mon 27 Oct 2014, 18:31, closed)
See, this is how blokes do 'mental' on a date.
With women it's talking about babies and marriage.
(, Mon 27 Oct 2014, 18:41, closed)
You allowed him to be completely mental for longer than two minutes?
Thirty seconds would have been pushing it to be honest
(, Mon 27 Oct 2014, 23:09, closed)

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