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My friend uses the internet to date. She meets a lot of guys and most of her dates are fun. I just got out of a relationship so I thought I would give it a try.

I set up a profile on one of the free dating sites. After a few weeks of looking at the different profiles, I decided to pursue it a little more actively. I emailed a guy that was cute. He seemed nice. We emailed a few times during the day and decided to meet up for coffee. Around 6pm we met up at a local coffee shop.

When I saw him, the first thing I noticed is that he reaked of cigarette smoke. I am not a smoker and I hate the smell of cigarette smoke. But since I was already there, I thought, oh well, at least I'll have a cup of coffee and possibly an interesting conversation. We ordered a few coffees and talked about music, traveling and dancing. This guy smelled but at least he was interesting. He was a visiting professor at one of the local universities.

After coffee, he suggested that we take a walk. We walked and walked and walked. He walked me through busy streets, a few neighborhoods and finally through the campus where he taught. My feet were pretty tired (I was wearing heels) and I wondered just how far we were going to walk. I told him I was tired and ready to go back to the coffee house. I asked him how far we had walked and he laughed said 3 miles. My jaw dropped. Then he said he usually runs 5 miles a day and he wanted to try to have coffee with me and do a little exercising at the same time.

We start on our 3 mile journey (with me in heels) back to the coffee shop. We enter through one of the neighborhoods that we had walked through before. Then out of no where, he tells me he is 'missing something' and then starts kissing me. I jerked my head back. Not only was this inappropriate to do in front of someone's house, but he smelled and tasted bad. He asked me what was wrong and I told him I didn't expect him to kiss me.

So we walked some more and then he starts holding my hand. By then, I couldn't wait to get back to the coffee house so I could ditch this creep. Then he kisses me again. Now, I'm a little angry. I pushed back and told him to relax a little and that we've only known each other for a few minutes.

Now we are walking on a busy street and I am ready to go home. My feet hurt. I could feel the blisters. I was angry that this stinky guy had kissed me twice. Then he asked me if I want to go to the beach with him tomorrow. I told him that I had plans already.

So we are almost back to the coffee house and I see my car. I told him that I needed to go back home so I was going to get in my car.

He kissed me again. This time I refused so he ended up kissing my face a few times. I felt so gross. I sped home, not wanting to swallow and then washed my mouth out with Listerine when I got home.

C.R., California

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