The Lousiest And Weirdest Excuses For Backing Out Of A Date Part 2

June 23, 2015


So, someone invited you on a date and you said yes, for whatever reason. Now, you’re not so sure whether you want to go, or you simply don’t have the time, so you decide on using an excuse. Well, there are some valid and good excuses which you can always use, such as sickness, work, seeing someone else, etc.

However, there’s a whole new universe being created by the second, of lousy and plain old weird excuses that just don’t make any sense. If you want to join in on the game and be an idiot, you can use these truly odd justifications for your “not showing up” on your date. You shouldn’t… But you can. Be warned.

I Can’t Walk, I Have Bad Toe Fungus

It’s not your fault, naturally. How were you supposed to know that those nasty smelling shoes at the bowling alley you rented were going to give you toe fungus?

It was also not your fault that you didn’t wear any socks that day, your mother didn’t do the laundry yet.

Your date can’t be mad at your mother, come on! The fungus was so bad your feet were killing you and starting to resemble the elephant man. There’s no way you could walk.

I Have Food Poisoning

This may not be the best choice if you’re a professional chef. If not, well then, the world is your salted oyster. Food poisoning can get really nasty really quick, and your date surely won’t mind if you skip on the date. When challenged with a choice between being stud up or being in the line of a vomit explosion, no one will choice the later.

The Weather Forecast Said It Was Going To Rain

Ah, weather. Probably the only thing we cannot have control over. Who in their right mind goes outside in rain, snow, or harsh wind? You didn’t even go to work! You’re too precious to risk your wellbeing, at the end of the day. You have your very own meteorologist on speed dial and they said it will be a horrible day to go on a date. Wait, was that the meteorologist or your tarot professional?

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