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Comic Strip - Date by ARCHVERMIN Comic Strip - Date by ARCHVERMIN
On the subject of bizarre first dates - I once got asked by a chick to join her for her Sunday mass and then spend the rest of the day together.

I thought it'll just be like a regular Christian mass or something and didn't think more of it.

So I met her on Sunday morning, and she took me to large building, descended 2 flights of stairs, and into a giant televangelist auditorium - complete with overhead screens, professional cameras and a rock band on the side of the stage. In the middle of the stage was a young dude in a smart shirt proclaiming the wonders of God through his microphone.

He was very animated, asking direct questions to members of the audience, and the people responded with equal enthusiasm. I don't even remember what he talked about, but there were a lot of (repeated) invitations for me to join their regular gatherings, help them teach immigrants how to speak English, and that I should purchase their CDs (which contains all their best songs, mine to own for $19.95).

I think that was one of the longest 2-hours I've ever spent in my life.

She asked me afterwards what I thought of it. I remember mumbling something non-specific and made excuse to leave after lunch.
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daaku-no-tenshi Mar 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Try going on a date, waiting an hour at a train station and finding out the girl looks nothing like her photographs, nor does it turn out that the location that we intended to go to FOR the date - at her suggestion - actually exists.

Meeting up with a girl on a date and the first word out of her lips is "Let me explain," is always a bad sign. :I
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:iconaranthulas:
As Christian.... My humble apologies. Evangelism dating is never a great idea >.<
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:iconarchvermin:
lol I went to a catholic school myself, that's why I was even more bewildered by it. I was seriously hoping I had gone a boring sermon with rows of old ladies instead.
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:iconp3rsh1ng:
Its a trap! They can have many different forms :)
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Hironemo Mar 24, 2013  Student Filmographer
Draws some of the best yuri.
Writes comedy gold.

You sir, are awesome!
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:iconarchvermin:
Lol I try to share with others what I find hilarious. I'm glad I find resonance with a fair share of them. Thanks mate I'm flattered
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SolusUmbra Mar 22, 2013   Digital Artist
Ive spent my fair share of time in church, but even I would say no to an invitation to anything called "mass". The term is synonymous with long winded and boring ceremonies.
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:iconarchvermin:
In my case she was pretty attractive
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