I thought I had seen almost everything that could happen at a speed dating event. So I was totally unprepared for the crazy scene that took place on a recent night. (Yes, an honest-to-goodness scene. Do you know how excited I was? It totally made up for my getting ZERO matches at the event.)
We were all in the backroom of a bar doing our speed-dating thing, when a woman stomped into the room, looked around, and walked over to one of the tables. She then stood there, silently glaring at the guy seated at the table. He excused himself from his date and walked with her to the front of the bar. Sadly, they had moved out of my line of sight, but by thorough interrogation of every guy I dated for the rest of the night, I got the rest of the story. (I wonder if that could have something do to with my lack of matches. Whatev. I have my priorities.)
Anyway, according to my dates’ reports, once the angry woman got the speed dater out of the room, she commenced yelling and dragging him out of the bar in a way that indicated she was his current girlfriend.
From this evidence, I can guess that his explanation of his speed dating adventure didn’t go very well, but I have so many more questions: What made him think that speed dating was a good way to pick up some action on the side? Does he know about the world wide web? And how did she find out where he was? But most importantly, did he get more matches than me?