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By Anonymous / Friday 24 September 2010 04:53 / Canada
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By  Good_old_Grim  |  8

Pool that necklace. For like... a year. Then if you are still together, maybe it won't scare her away. Judging from what you wrote its the first date... you would freak her out with a gift like that on first date. Freak her straight out of your life forever.

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  InfantryMarc  |  0

and another woman is saved from ending up being played in an episode of law and order svu. dude sounds like the by-the-book creeper. dare 2 will be the wedding ring and the loss of ever leaving him shy of being in a bodybag

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  FTC_Socialist  |  3

Yea dude, too much. But look at it this way: if you date her for a month or two, give her the necklace with the "first date" date, she'll think it's sweet. You actually lucked out. If you gave her that on the first date she'd be freaked the fuck out.

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  knibbsy  |  4

OK people, time to point something out. Asking someone out does not mean a first date in this situation. In this FML, asking someone out means "asking someone if they will be my girlfriend." OP and the girl were not on a first date. In all likelihood, they have known each other for a while and had gone on at least a handful of dates prior to this one.

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  charloemm  |  7

Yeah, I think that, as a girl, a gold necklace like that on the first date would be a huuuuuge turnoff. It screams of total stalker nut job. You have to take things slow so you don't scare girls away. If she really is the girl of your dreams, take the necklace back, or just cut your losses and move on. I would highly suggest that she never gets that necklace or even finds out about it. It's way too much too soon.

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  Zebidee  |  8

#162/knibbsy - I see how conceivably you could read it that way, and take it as 'going out with/going steady', but from the wording, I think that's extremely unlikely, and that it IS in fact their first date. I'll bet I'm not Robinson Crusoe on that interpretation either, judging by the other 200 or so comments.

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  cabbitt  |  0

Yeah, for the first date, this is super creepy/desperate. Hold onto it for a year OP and then give it to her, making a sweet joke about your almost first date... if you don't do anything like this and scare her away in the meantime.

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  givit2me  |  0

pretty sure it wasn't the first date if he was asking the girl out and buying a gold necklace... but if so, yeah, kinda too much?

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  tcordell  |  0

even still...he probably would have still creeped her out...that would almost be like going on a few dates, buying a promise ring, and asking her out...too much too soon!

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I hope you all understand that what they mean in the last sentence " I got the wrong date" means they got septemeber 23 instead of September 24. that's just an example but hope you get it now

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  pancake_mixx  |  9

18- No. It means that since his date was sick, she couldn't go on the date with him. He had an engraved necklace with the date they were SUPPOSED to go out (ex. Sep. 24) but they didn't go so he has a necklace with the wrong date.

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  nldp8  |  0

umm no he ment to give the neclace with the date (eg.24.septemer) on the date (eg.dinner) he is meaning now when he goes on the next date (dinner) the date (24.september) on the neclace will not be the same and so it wont be romantic or whatever he was hoping for. not that he got the wrong date engraved

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  FMyLifeCereal  |  0

yeah he dropped $8 in the claw machine at chuck e cheese for that necklace! He'll never get that back. Nor will he get back the 2 hours he spent scratching shit into it with a screwdriver.

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  Schizomaniac  |  24

147, correct. It is pronounced 'des-per-ate.'

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  rnett08  |  5

you stupid bruh bruh he put the date that he asked her out not a "date" as in a going out date

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  ijayp  |  11

#2 is a bit harsh but I got to agree that it is way to early for a move like that, unless you know each other really well and even then it is a bit much. Great move for further down a relationship though!

By  Good_old_Grim  |  8

Pool that necklace. For like... a year. Then if you are still together, maybe it won't scare her away. Judging from what you wrote its the first date... you would freak her out with a gift like that on first date. Freak her straight out of your life forever.

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  cstrat  |  0

Seriously. I hope the kid reads your message. If anything this dork and his creepy ass necklace dodged a bullet. The only way this would be more frightening is if he made the necklace himself out of her hair he collected while she was sleeping.

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  okieraider71  |  4

People like you are why ALL GIRLS need to be taught self awareness and close in fighting skills. Including in-home firearms training. You are why chicks live with an element of fear. Chicks should look to guys whom they know as protectors, not what they need protecting from. I can picture you peeking in her window. You would not live thru doing that to my sister. EAT SHIT AND DIE CREEP!

By  BeautifulDizaztr  |  0

yeah, all that for a first date?? sounds a lil creepy/stalker-ish to me. use your money on something to improve you and your creepy ass personality. you can't buy love...wait..with some people you prob can....

By  qsdmlkj  |  0

a gold engraved necklace for a first date? wow even in the psycho-stalker-handbook of dating that's like a third date thing. take it easy there leatherface

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