Washington post dating column

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Just for kicks, Woody went back to Truxton Inn to meet her — and everyone else’s — date.

As Bowers stood up to leave, Woody approached Schweiger and said, “Hi, I’m date number five,” to which Schweiger replied, “Oh, you’re already cut.” “As if we’re on MTV,” Woody says.

(Pylant had no comment.) [How to schedule multiple dates in one night the right way] 6 p.m.

“She’s like, ‘You need to run, this guy’s the worst,’ ” Incorvaia says. Incorvaia texted her friends about the situation and, at this point, lost all faith in dating apps. “I don’t do online dating — just downloaded it this weekend.

This is the experience I had, and I don’t know if I’ll be doing online dating anymore.” [Rom-coms still don’t believe you can find love online] p.m.

While the rest of us were enthralled by the “Bachelorette” finale on Monday night, six women in Washington became unwitting participants in an epic dating game of their own.

Lisette Pylant met up with Justin Schweiger for a first date over drinks that evening, only to discover 45 minutes in that he’d double-booked.

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