By Mmkay1515 - 13/11/2012 03:47 - United States - Plainfield

Today, my brother decided to join me on my first date. Not only did he answer the door with a bat, he also got inside the car and sat next to my date, pushing me to the back. He stayed the entire time, and walked me back to the house. My mom laughed and gave him $20. It was a dare. FML
I agree, your life sucks 32 637
You deserved it 2 702

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Mmkay1515 21

Perhaps I should clarify here, for all of those that are wondering. I did, in fact, tell my brother various times to leave. I even tried to ditch him a couple of times Clearly you underestimate the power of an over protective older brother who is being offered money.

Top comments

xXHollowIchigoXx 17

My guess is there isn't going to be a second date.

Do the same thing to him on his next date, pay back.


xXHollowIchigoXx 17

My guess is there isn't going to be a second date.

JocelynKaulitz 28

That didn't even count as a first date.

Unless the guy actually likes her enough to go out with her despite her crazy family, in which case she might have found a keeper!

I will guess someone else will be sleeping well after ur second date

Do the same thing to him on his next date, pay back.

You know it could just be me, but I would just not let her? You know use something called physical force.

37 - Yep, cause your date is going to LOVE how you push around a girl, especially your sister.

SaintPeasy 3

I probably noticed 17 above it and added the 7..whoops.

Kallian_fml 21

Comment moderated for rule-breaking.

Show it anyway

Awesome? What if op liked the guy.. Still awesome? No.

Yes, because the job of a good parent is to intervene and probably jeopardise the future happiness of their kids. There is a time and a place for pranks.... I hope OP made a big deal out of this to her mother and insisted that she never get involved in her love life again.

If it was the dad I would understand but the mom??

thatKidzmOm 10
T9FTW 20

You just let your brother do that? YDI!

Maybe he was completely in shock or something. But seriously... To just stand back and let that happen? YDI

I'm not sure how old OP is, but I completely agree with you. Unless OP is in the "chaperone required" stage, then OP needs to grow a backbone.

did you ever think that maybe op is intimidated by their brother?

intimidated or not, do what you have to do to get rid of him, it's quite immature of him to do that for money I'd say! dares are funny most of the time but op should have put her foot down. hopefully the guy has a sense of humour!

I don't know, my older brother is kind of a big guy, so maybe physical force wouldn't really work too well?

That's terrible OP, sorry to hear your date was ruined. Good thing is, it's (hopefully) only uphill from here!

they'll leave you alone as you get older... hopefully

you've heard of interfering mother in laws right?

Your date is definitely a trooper for going through with the date.

I'm unsure of how to react, because I dont know how old the OP is. However, in any case, I wouldnt have let my brother tag along.

astralvagan 20

I don't really think it matters how old OP is..... She is at least old enough to go on a date. The fact is that she has asshole parents

Well, I was basing it on age to see if maybe she just isn't old enough to have her own authority. A 16/17 year old could just blow their brother off and not let him come, whereas a younger girl couldn't do that because "she has to listen to her brother." I don't know. Sorry for my shit comment(s).

RedPillSucks 31

Well, OP is dating someone old enough to drive, so I'm guessing she's 16+, unless the guy's a pedo, then perhaps the brother with the bat might make more sense.