By deanlazore - 23/6/2016 03:09 - United States - Brunswick
Today, my best friend set me up on a blind date. I've discussed the fact I like to date older men, but she thought it was clever to send a 63-year-old to my house to, "Netflix And Chill." FML
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  ThatOneChick856  |  36

It would be weird if OP's friend was being serious. However, I think it could've just been a harmless prank- one that's easy to laugh at later on, in my opinion.

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  rldostie  |  19

I don't think it's that harmless of a prank to the guy she sent over. It's a bit mean and hurtful to be the butt of a joke, especially if it's just for age. He's a person too.

By  interesting33  |  36

Sorry - to your HOUSE? It is one thing to meet in a bar and public place, but giving our your address to people you do not know (even if the friend know's them) is not okay. If you gave them permission OP I owuld seriously consider revoking and saying that in future you want to meet your date in a public place - they might be friends with your friends but be safe and you don't know how they will act once they know your address.

By  DoomedGemini  |  37

Honestly unless the guy is in on it, isn't it a bit cruel for both of you? Getting your hopes up like that? And as someone mentioned, giving out your address is a really bad idea..

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  rldostie  |  19

And mean to the guy if the friend knew he was going to be rejected because of his age. Just because he's older doesn't mean he's not a person with feelings. Older people have to deal with enough when it involves coming to terms with ones age--being the butt of a joke certainly isn't going to help anything.