This one had a lot of red flags going in. Aggressive. "Not from around here." VERY drunk. I mean, they had whiskey drinks, they had vodka drinks, they had SO MANY GODDAMN DRINKS. But so did you. When you two left, they kept stumbling to the ground, which SHOULD have been a clear sign this was a bad decision, but hey, they kept getting up and that resilience oddly turned you on.
While everyone else was just standing around, they were busy showing off on the dance floor busting out moves you've never seen. These moves weren't what most people would consider 'good' or 'appealing,' but their confidence and 'I-don't-give-an-eff' attitude was a breath of fresh air. You were intrigued.
When you met, they seemed like a genuine, nice human being. Not too eccentric, but not super boring. There was potential there. But then, for whatever reason, nothing more came of your relationship. Sometimes you can't help but still think of them at bar close.
They seemed a little down when you spotted them. You asked what was up and they told you they'd just gotten dumped. Feeling sympathetic, you spent the rest of the night hanging out with them, consoling and comforting them before one thing led to another.
You originally discovered this person online, and ended up meeting for a couple drinks. Despite having no connection, you indulged them for far too long. Next thing you knew, you awoke to a throbbing headache, in THEIR bed. Big mistake. You still get headaches any time they come up.
Um, they wouldn't shut up about Monica, Erica, Tina, Sandra, Mary, Jessica, Angela, Pamela, and Rita. What did you expect?