ANSWERS: 31
  • "My you are kind aren't you. Thank you for your compliment."
  • First of all, my feelings would be hurt. It would depend upon the closeness of the relationship as to what I would do next. If it were someone close to me, I'd tell that person how much that crack hurt me..if I couldn't get past it, there would be no date, but there would be a future time together. If it were someone new, there would be no date and no further communication. That is a very unkind thing to say and I'm not about to spend time with people who are unkind! :(
  • Slap them across the face.
  • i wouldn't go on the date! what a nasty person
  • "Yes... Without you!" I've never tolerated cruel comments that are geared to torment someone in a relationship. I've found my life partner, but if I were still playing the dating field it would say something to me that this person didn't care much for me and my feelings. Depending on how long we'd been seeing each other, I may just opt out of any future dates. The exception would be if we were seeing each other for quite some time, in which case I would allow them to apologize. I would move forward cautious of any additional warning signs, however.
  • Tell them,"No probs, I'm happy to wait if you need to go look in your wardrobe for something nicer to change into, so you'll feel more comfortable!"
  • Three words: PIMP HAND STRONG. I think you know what dat mean, phew phew.
  • That actually happened to me years ago when I was about 22. I thought I looked nice but he said "I thought you were ready - I'll wait while you change." Oh yeah......I changed all right...into old jeans and a very casual shirt. He was not happy - that was our first and last date, which was fine with me!
  • Tell her I wasn't planning on being in my clothes long.
  • I would reply in a nasty tone "Yes............got a problem"?
  • stay home
  • What do you mean? This shirt is from YOUR closet.........
  • It has happened and Beau says it to me all the time. He knows what my answer will be: Yes I am, If you have a problem with it, I can take my own car. or You knew what my style was when you picked me up the first time. or I remember someone tried to change me once... that is why he is my ex. or Stick it in your @$$!!! I feel great!!
  • i might also say "oh im sorry i will change into something nicer..." and then take like 2 hours
  • I would say no I am not going out, especially with you.
  • I'd say, yes, I am. Shove them out the door, then go to my car and leave, letting them stand there and watch me go.
  • I would look at her, smile, and say, "Yes, but first I'm going to find someone kind to go with." : ))
  • "Actually no, I'm going to stay here and watch TV all night. Let me know how dinner by yourself goes!"
  • My ex used to do that to me all the time, I found out later it was because of his jealousy, he didnt want me to dress up, and have other guys looking at me.
  • "Honey, those pants really do make your ass look fat and the makeup you are wearing makes you look like a whore and frankly too much like your father"
  • I would change my accessories double quick - such as her!
  • Honestly, I'd be like "I guess not? Could you help me pick something out that you like?". Basically I'm completely clueless in that department so I can use all the help I can get. Not to mention she would have to help me undress too!
  • "apparently not. guess i don't need a ride. you can leave now."
  • I would get mad and say something rude...then i'd get all crazy on him and tell him to leave. (if it was a first date) If my boyfriend said that to me I would say, "Yeah, what of it?"
  • I'd drop an Acme anvil on his head.
  • "I know what you're thinking: that I look too good. But with this face it's hard to look really bad."
  • say "not anymore, have fun alone".
  • say "not anymore, enjoy your night out alone"
  • her tone would have no impact on me personally, I might assume she was just getting over a bad experience on the toilet...; and if she seemed exasperated, i might ask her if she's ok? in response, let's pretend that she continues projecting her discomfort with herself reiterating even more loudly, "Are you going out like that?" her tone still would have no impact...i might then assume that maybe there was a bat biting her neck...or something....but, finding no bat with teeth locked into her neck ....i might then respond, "...like what?" or, perhaps simply, "...yes..." the rest is up to her as it always was to begin with....
  • "Oh, I'm sorry, did you want me to dress more casually? I would hate to outshine you."
  • This question sounds like my wife! And I always say the same thing. "I am more about function that fashion, do you want to pick my clothes for me?"

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