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Hello and welcome to everyone tuning in to my first ever Anonymous Awkward Dating Fail (AADF) story time! I had recently reached the ripe age of 22, and I was still had what they called a “virgin-lips,” meaning I had never kissed a boy, not in all my twenty-two years of life. I had met Paul a couple of months previous to this particular day.
It’ll just be us.” I didn’t think much of it until he picked me up and when I asked what we were doing he said, “I was thinking we’d get Frosties and then go up the canyon.” 2) THE CANYON? I would like to note again that I had not gotten my first kiss yet, let alone gone with a boy to Provo Canyon, a place notoriously known for it’s prime NCMO (Non Committal Make Out) spots… He then proceeded to give further detail into this “problem” of his.
I continued to scream internally while weighing my chances of surviving a tuck ‘n’ roll out of his car onto University Avenue.
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The rest of the day, I had that classic giddy feeling that I typically get when a boy that I’m interested in asks me out (tbh, it’s quite rare). When I realized he was serious, my eyebrows shot up to my hairline, unable to hide the incredulous look that was now on my face.