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14 Stories About Dates So Horrible You Might Get Nightmares

14 Stories About Dates So Horrible You Might Get Nightmares

"I was meeting up with a guy I'd met while partying over the weekend. He showed up very late and very drunk. During our date, besides acting all profound and saying things like how much he liked poet Charles Bukowski, he did manage to pay a few compliments, like how he thought my legs looked huge when we first met, but now he's since changed his mind. After we had a drink, it was a little after 11 pm, and I wanted to go get something to eat. In downtown Madrid, the only places that are open at that hour on a weeknight are fast food — but we spent an hour looking for a "normal" place to eat because — and he repeated this a few times — he refused to eat burgers from McDonald's or Burger King. By the end of the night, we still hadn't eaten. I was fed up and told him I was leaving. He walke
The History Of New York Nightlife In 14 Vintage Posters

The History Of New York Nightlife In 14 Vintage Posters

Before Facebook invites and online check-ins, knowing where the party was at meant keeping an eye out for new posters lining city streets and subway walls. Dedicated to this aging art form, a new museum in New York City called Poster House is slated to open in 2018, meant to highlight the cultural and historic significance of posters with rotating exhibitions and educational programming.To celebrate its upcoming inauguration, Poster House chief curator Angelina Lippert has shared with BuzzFeed News a selection of posters that tell the story of New York City nightlife in the 20th century. Here, Lippert takes us back to a time when parties had no limits and political correctness was just an afterthought. ...