This guy did his homework, he knew that when it comes to love, just like with any other life-long pursuit, one must come prepared. But how does one do their dating/love homework?
Well, simple by asking the other person questions and listening to their answers. Still, just because you put in the effort, that doesn’t guarantee you’ll get the desired result. This guy asked the girl out exactly how she told him to, but still got rejected.
Chivalry Isn't Dead...
Breaking news everyone: it turns out that chivalry isn't dead, but it must die! Wait, haven't we already killed it like a decade or two ago? Has it been resurrected? Why can't it just rest in peace and leave us alone?
Everybody likes to be pampered from time to time, but cutting someone's steak for them? Even the royal family doesn't get that kind of treatment.
Romance in the Rain
This fail is brought to you in the form of some good advice. In countless movies and romantic comedies, kissing in the rain is presented as the ultimate romantic moment. But is it actually so?
Let's look at the facts: Nobody likes to get completely soaked and walk around with wet clothes in the cold. Our verdict is: kissing in the rain should be canceled! If you’re still unconvinced just trust this guy who actually lives in Ireland and has been burned by romance in the rain.
Forget About It
Some romantic gestures go wrong not because they were improperly planned, but simply because they were not planned at all. How can anyone forget valentine's day in this day and age?
The minute February hits, both online and physical stores are filled with heart-shaped gifts, celebrating the amount of money they'll make by Feb 14th. But this gal didn't get anything on the day, or even later. That's a true failure on the guy's part.
Today, when we text the wrong person we sometimes have the ability to delete or to unsend our message before the other person gets to read it.
But back in the olden days, people weren't so lucky and lustful teenagers had to live with the consequences of their "romantic" text gesture being read by family members. Yikes. How does one go on living after sending their uncle such a vile text? We are happy to say we wouldn't know.