Waiters Describe The Absolute Worst First Dates They've Ever Witnessed.

Waiters Describe The Absolute Worst First Dates They've Ever Witnessed.


Two colleagues immediately rushed over to her to see how she was doing. She was unconscious and bleeding from her head so they called an ambulance. I went to the man while he already started eating and told him his partner fell down the stairs and that she was unconscious and that an ambulance was on the way.

He walked to the stairs, looked down and walked back to his table to finish his food. Later the ambulance arrived and I asked him if he wanted to go with hem to the hospital and he said no. Then he started finishing her food as well!


15. More a story of a non-date: I worked at a cafe and it was a small local chain so there were two other locations in the city. This guy sits down for about an hour and comes up to the counter and asks if we can call around to the other locations to see if this girl was there because they had a date planned and he was sure she must have just gone to the wrong location.

We called to the other two locations and they said they never saw anyone fitting that description. The guy stuck around for another couple hours, buying two more drinks and a sandwich just waiting until we finally closed for the night. I felt so awful for him! He seemed so crushed.


16. Above average looking guy sits down and says he is waiting on his Tinder date to show up and I tell him I'll keep my fingers crossed.

The girl shows up a half hour late and you could tell she didn’t look anything like her photo just because it took him a minute to recognize her.

I got an "oh well" look from the guy when she was in the bathroom. He didn't say anything to me. Just had his dinner. Every time I refilled the glasses, there was conversation with both people smiling. At the end of the meal he paid the whole tab and tipped (well).

After they said their goodbye's I caught up with the guy. I had finished all my tables and wanted to know if he was seriously okay with the fact that she had misled him like that.

So I ask how his meal and date was. Then ask if there would be a second date. He said not likely. I told him that's what I thought but they seemed to be having a good time.

He told me, "Why wouldn't I be a gentleman? I get that she’s self-conscious about her appearance. I used to be too. Everyone deserves compassion.”



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