Creepy internet dating guy meme
But when he gets to the daycare, he finds he was too stuck on disrupted autopilot to notice that he didn’t drop his daughter off there.
Gradually, he begins to understand what the bad smell coming from the backseat is.
(MORE: ‘Gordon Gekko’ Joins FBI Battle Against Wall Street Fraud) And this kind of anecdote floats around constantly. An idiotic (this time, New York-based) Finance Guy entered each of his dates into a spreadsheet, meticulously rating each woman he went out with and chronicling every contact he had with them (including text messages).
“Dave,” as he’s known, wrote things like “mixed bag of pictures, but great bod” and “OK girl, but very jappy; one and done for me)” for his reviews. In this case, Dave actually forwarded the spreadsheet to one of his dates — who then passed it along to her friends who later passed it along to , which published a highly censored version of the document.
It’s tough to tell when an internet phenomenon reaches actual meme status.
But, in the case of the “creepy finance guy,” I think we can finally call it. , which doesn’t outline his career much beyond Does Things With Money. ” Were it not for these tinges of sincere(-sounding) insecurity, you’d easily write off the “Date Response Form” as a big, elaborate prank.
This week saw yet another jaw-dropping tale of Wall Street prattishness, this time in the form of a post-date survey. (This is the case with a lot of these confessional, finance-date posts.) After going on a handful of dates, the tipster (a woman) says the pair parted ways — at which point she received a “Date Response Form.” It was a post-mortem review sheet, courtesy of Mike. ” (coupled with “Are you a feminist,” amusingly enough) and “How are Mike’s conversation skills? It reads like the dialogue from a mediocre, experimental one-act play.
When he gets home, he realizes he forgot to pick up his daughter.There are numerous terrible stories of parents leaving their young children in vehicles.