What Kind of First Date Are You?



Kluver-Bucy Syndrome

This is one of the most unusual of all disorders and it is not that difficult to assess whether someone you know have this disorder. People who want to eat a book or have sex with a car suffer from Kluver-Bucy Syndrome. These people not only face issues in recognizing people and objects i.e. memory loss, but also have sexual attraction towards inanimate objects or desire to eat inedible objects. The cause of this disorder is a severe injury to the brain’s temporal lobe, hence there is no cure for it.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

This one is what we hear people around us throwing casually trying to look cool but the reality is only 1/4th of them truly understand what it actually means. On a superficial level, OCD includes traits like immense fear, crippling anxiety and consistent hesitation and nervousness. What calms people suffering from OCD is repetition of certain tasks; like cleaning or organizing things. What makes things difficult is a new wave of anxiety which is the result of a realization that their fears are highly unpragmatic. Though a definitive cause is yet to be determined, one of the reasons contributing to this is the chemical reaction in the brain.

“Don’t ever stray from yourself, in order to be close to someone that doesn’t have the courtesy to remind you of your worth, or the integrity of a gentleman to walk you home.”
― Shannon L. Alder

“Tess realized one of the great modern dating sadnesses: everyone is so used to the comforting glow of the computer screen that no one can go so far as to say “good morning” in public without being liquored up.”
― Amelia Gray, AM/PM

“…”Dont marry an orange and expect him to turn into an apple.” If you want an orange, great. If not, put him back in the proverbial fruit bowl for someone else to enjoy and move on.”
― Amy E. Spiegel, Letting Go of Perfect: Women, Expectations, and Authenticity

“It kind of struck me how great it would be to go out with a guy that size. And if you, you know, got tired of dating him, you could always use him as a house or something.”
― Catherine Gilbert Murdock, Dairy Queen

“Sooo, I’m tired of people thinking I’m a freak. I know you can’t relate to that but -”
“Get over it already, will ya?” Candace stood. “You’re not Smellody anymore. You’re pretty. You can get hot guys now. Tanned ones with good vision. Not geeky hose jousters.” She shut the window. “Don’t you ever want to use your lips as something other than veneer protectors?”

Melody felt a familiar pinch behind her eyes. Her throat dried. Her eyes burned. And then they came. Like salty little paratroopers, tears descended en masse. She hated Candace thought she had never made out with a boy. But how could she convince a seventeen-year-old with more dates than a fruitcake that Randy the Starbucks cashier (aka Scarbucks, because of his acne scars) was a great kisser? She couldn’t.”
― Lisi Harrison, Monster High

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    If a love interest shows up with flowers on the first date, how does that make you feel?

    • Very anxious
    • Like I’m in a movie!
    • Pleased but wary
    • Satisfied. It is, after all, what I deserve.
  • Question of

    Some people get through first dates by ‘interviewing’ others while not revealing much about themselves. Have you ever done this?

    • Yeah, that’s like my only date move.
    • No, that sounds boring.
    • I try to balance talking about myself with asking questions; otherwise, it gets weird.
    • TBH I mostly just talk about myself. Maybe I should do more interviewing!
  • Question of

    Your date is late. How do you feel about this?

    • Meh. Just gives me more time to fret!
    • Lol, I’m late too, so it’s fine.
    • Slightly miffed, but it’s not a deal-breaker.
    • I’m furious. How could they do this to me???
  • Question of

    If you’re not immediately attracted to a date, do you write them off as a romantic prospect?

    • No. After all, they’re probably not immediately attracted to me.
    • No. They could be really cool and I just don’t know it yet!
    • No … but I need to think they’re at least somewhat cute.
    • Yes. If my body isn’t into them, my heart can’t be either.
  • Question of

    Your date keeps saying that they ‘really feel connected to you.’ They then reveal some dark personal information. How do you respond?

    • I stare at them while fidgeting uncomfortably.
    • I say, ‘Cool!’ and reveal some dark personal info of my own.
    • I say, ‘Hmm,’ and change the subject.
    • I ask them what’s wrong with them and leave.
  • Question of

    While you’re eating dinner, your date keeps trying to find out how old you are. How do you respond?

    • By changing the subject
    • By lying!
    • By telling the truth
    • By asking why they care
  • Question of

    Upon seeing you, your date says, ‘Wow, you’re a lot cuter than I thought you’d be.’ What do you say back?

    • ‘Gee, thanks.’
    • ‘Yeah, well … wait till you see me naked!’
    • ‘Haha, what a funny joke!’
    • ‘It’s because I’m the [man or woman] of your dreams!’
  • Question of

    Your date took you out for a messy spaghetti dinner, and now your favorite shirt is ruined. Is this date ruined too?

    • Yes. Time to go home and throw my shirt away.
    • Nah. I’d just take off the shirt and chill in my undershirt.
    • No. I’d just put some hand soap on the stain and move on. ????
    • Yes. I can’t be expected to date effectively when I look like a mess!?! ????
  • Question of

    As the date progresses, you realize that your date really likes you. Unfortunately, the feeling is not mutual. What’s your move?

    • All I have to do is wait. People usually get tired of me.
    • Because they actually like me, I look for reasons to like them … any reasons!
    • I hint that I’d prefer to be friends.
    • I ghost them while they’re in the bathroom.
  • Question of

    You get to the restaurant that you and your date agreed to meet at, and discover it’s closed. Your date proposes bowling. What do you say?

    • ‘OK, whatever.’
    • ‘Yes! Let me just run home and get my bowling shoes.’
    • ‘Sure, sounds like fun.’
    • ‘No! I had my heart set on Indian food.’
  • Question of

    Imagine that your date wants to meet at a really out-of-the-way spot. They’re wearing sunglasses and seem anxious not to be recognized. What’s your first thought?

    • ‘They must be ashamed to be seen with nerdy ol’ me.’
    • ‘They must be an undercover movie star.’
    • ‘Uh-oh. They’re already in a relationship.’
    • ‘They’re keeping me on the DL because they don’t want their friends to get jealous.’
  • Question of

    Let’s say your date shows up to pick you up on a moped. They want you to ride on the back, without a helmet. What do you do?

    • Say, ‘No thanks, I’ll drive.’
    • Say, ‘No thanks, I’m skateboarding over there.’
    • Say, ‘Sure. Let me just get my helmet.’
    • Say, ‘Absolutely not. I could die if you crashed that thing!’
  • Question of

    When your date takes their coat off, you realize they’re wearing an extremely suggestive outfit. What’s your reaction?

    • I wonder if they wore it by accident.
    • I say ‘Hatchi matchi’ and stick my tongue out like a wolf.
    • I tell them they look nice.
    • I say, ‘I see you dressed up for me.’
  • Question of

    Let’s say that the waiter spills water on your date by accident and your date viciously snaps at them. Is this a deal-breaker?

    • Welp, it’s not a good sign.
    • Not necessarily. I mean, the waiter shouldn’t have done that.
    • YES. Ugh, that’s so unkind.
    • Actually, I’d yell at the waiter too if that happened to me.
  • Question of

    Imagine that your date is visiting from out of town. Where do you take them?

    • An interesting but not too strange restaurant … I don’t know what they like yet.
    • To my favorite hangout. It’s the coolest place in town. ????
    • Denny’s
    • A weird underground spot that I adore!

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