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The Complaining Woman

I'm a single guy and I've been on a lot of dates in the past few months. The majority of the women I meet are really interesting, cute fun, and smart. I've been told that I was a great catch, so when I met a certain women at the local super market, I thought I had found the right one.

When I first saw her, my heart just melted, she was wearing a cute little dress and her smile was like something out of magazine. We flirted a little bit, then I made my move. We exchanged phone numbers and the next day, we planned to go out on a date.

I decided to take her to one of my favorite restaurants that I've been to so many times, everybody knows me. On the way to the restaurant, we had a really nice conversation. She told me her interest and I told her mine. We both love dogs and and we can't stay away from chocolate. We arrived at the restaurant and everything was going great until we got inside.

The waiter led us to our seats and as soon as we sat down, she started complaining about where we sat. She said it was to dark and that there were too many people near us. Once the waiter came back to take our order, she ask how long was the meals going to take to be prepared because she didn't have all night to wait. The waiter told us it would be about 45 minutes, she couldn't believe it, she started ranting and raving about how mistreated we were being and she wanted to speak to a manager. The manager came out and told her there was nothing he could do about it, so she got up and walked out.

I followed her outside and tried to calm her down, but instead she blamed me for taking her to a restaurant were she didn't feel like we were being treated right. She told me she wanted to go home, so I took her home, she didn't say a word when she got out the car, she slammed the door shut and walked inside her house. I never called her again.

R.T., Wisconsin

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