Funniest dating disasters
We were moving from gin and tonics to beer when he suddenly showed up with shots. ' After the concert, we went to his place, did the deed, and passed out. M., I woke up with throbbing pain in my ankle and couldn't put any weight on it.
I thought it was broken, maybe because someone jumped on it when we were dancing.
20 Things to do Before You Die...1) Look at see through glass and when someone is on the other side shout "OH MY GOD, I'M HIDEOUS!
"2) Bring a big chair into the elevator facing away from the door and when someone walks in, dramatically turn and say 'we've been expecting you.'3) Walk up to someone, hand them a potato, look them in the eyes and deadpan 'with great power, comes great responsibility.' Walk away.4) Call someone to tell them you can't talk right now.5) Point at someone and shout "You're one of them! Crawl away slowly.6) Buy a donut and complain that there's a hole in it.7) Put Mayonnaise in a bowl, freeze it, and tell your friend it's ice cream.8) Put up a "Lost Dog" poster with a picture of a cat on it.9) In a public toilet, pass a note under the door next to you saying, "They're onto us.
We need to go."10) Walk up to a random person and say, "Wow!
In an effort to not be one of those people who's like, "Omg, you're single?
“Shots 2 The Heart: Terrible Tales of Dating Disasters,” a new, original show, will debut Feb.
Now, Sean Leary and My Verona Productions is offering you the chance to laugh your way through others’ romantic miseries – and on the perfect day to shoot an arrow at Cupid, Valentine’s Day.
“Shots” is the latest show by My Verona Productions, the groundbreaking theater and film company founded by Leary and Tristan Tapscott in 2004, which went on hiatus in 2008.
The group’s next show is “We Are All Characters,” an original children’s musical, written by Leary, which will debut at Rock Island’s District Theater in the fall.