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dates being ruined in 28 seconds or less - REACTION
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dates being ruined in 28 seconds or less - REACTION


Hey there, it's Charlotte Dobre here, and let me tell you about a rollercoaster of dating disasters in less than 28 seconds! From spilling drinks on your crush to accidentally calling them by your ex's name, these mishaps will make you cringe and laugh at the same time! Join me in this hilarious journey as we explore the chaos that can turn a promising date into a total nightmare. Don't forget to hit that subscribe button for more entertaining tales of romance gone wrong! Let's commiserate and laugh together at the absurdity of dating fails! 😂✨ #DatingDisasters #Comedy #CharlotteDobre

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Hi, I'm Charlotte Dobre. I'm an actor, reactor, singer and sometimes (not really) comedian. On this channel I do reactions, commentary and occasionally I make a joke or two. I love poking fun at social media, weddings, entitled people, tiktok and OF COURSE petty people. I upload daily, usually 7 days a week, unless life gets crazy or I get lazy. Come hang out, it's a good time.


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Date of upload: Feb 12, 2024 ^^

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2 weeks ago

I don't use tiktok. I'd rather listen to you tell me about it 😂

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1 week ago

Also must say, some of us with childhood trauma really struggle to NOT be so nice, to not people please. It's called "fawning," meaning to try to please people so they won't hurt you, and it's basically a survival tactic you learn when you are young to keep you safe. It's part of the "fight or flight" which psychologists now call "fight, flight, freeze, or fawn"

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2 weeks ago

"Kind people are always kind, not just when it's convenient." Yes, being nice puts us at a major risk for being taken advantage of, but unfortunately for some of us, it's a character trait that can be so deeply ingrained that we do it reactively. People pleasers and peace keepers know all too well how hard it can be to create healthy boundaries. Keep growing my beautiful humans x

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1 week ago

“Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.” - Margaret Atwood

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1 week ago

Acting nice when you’re scared they’ll hurt you, is the superior move if that is what your brain is telling you. Your brain calculated that this is possibly a bad person and you don’t have the physical strength/ability to defend yourself or get away in that moment. Trust your gut ladies.

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1 week ago

My worst first date: I drove 40 minutes to meet him at his local watering hole. I arrived, and he was seated at the bar, in full conversation with everyone there. There wasn’t a stool next to him, and he made no offer no move to a table/booth. I had to find a stool, drag it over, and sit partway behind him (there wasn’t room for a stool, either). During our conversation, I learned that he’s homeless and currently couch-surfing at his nephew’s apartment. There was no second date. If this were to happen now, I would have left when there was nowhere to sit.

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2 weeks ago

I went out with a guy I wasn’t at all interested in because he asked me out 2 weeks in advance and he had put so much effort into planning it that I felt too guilty to say no. I wanted to cancel so bad but he was so excited about it that I thought I’ll just go and he’ll realize that we just don’t click. 35 years, 4 kids, 5 grandkids and 2 great grandkids later and I still can’t ghost this dude.

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1 week ago

When you said "hold the phone" in your sweet wee Scottish accent. I was already shouting "F OFF YOU CANNY BE SERIOUS" 😂😂 (I'm Scottish)

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1 week ago

I went hiking with my brother, SIL, and SIL’s friend. I rode with friend and about 10 miles from Alabama, middle of nowhere, his car’s transmission fell out. Literally, fell out and the car coasted to a halt. We spent the day, absolutely nowhere, trying to figure out how to get his car back home. We eventually got back (the car followed the next day) and he borrowed his roommate’s car to get me back to my college apartment. He later taught me to drive a manual on his new transmission. Married 19 years on Wednesday.

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1 week ago

People. Never tell your date where you live. If he wants to take you home, don't let him.

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1 week ago

I’m nearly 51. I’ve had so many bad dates, it could fill a book. I don’t date much now, but when I do, they still come up. You’d think men age 50+ would have figured it out by now, but nope.

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1 week ago

Girl with 4 random guys she just met on a car. Things could've gone really bad. Thank God she had the sense to ask to get out of the car.

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2 weeks ago

No is always a valid reason for saying no, periodt. NO IS A VALID REASON

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2 weeks ago

Oh, my gaaawdz! The second(?) one, with the girl whose date couldn't seem to separate himself from his buds? When he says his "Then why do I have a girlfriend for a year?" (or however he phrased it) - My brain snapped out with: "Because she was willing to settle. Or you're her side-piece."

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1 week ago

Back in the late 90's, before there were online dating and dating apps, there were phone personal ads, where you could listen and respond to voicemail ads. I met someone this way, and we agreed to meet at a TGI Friday's the following Saturday night. When we met up there, he told me he didn't want to eat there and wanted to go to another restaurant instead. So I followed him in my car to another restaurant, but it turned out to be closed. He suggested I follow him to yet ANOTHER restaurant. As I'm following him, he picked up speed like he was trying to lose me! At a light, I stopped my car, got out, went over to his car, and told him to slow down. He told me to meet him in a shopping center parking lot up ahead. As soon as we pulled into parking spots, he backed out and drove away! To add insult to injury, it started to pour rain, and I got so upset while I was driving home that I ended up going taking a curve too fast and blew out two tires.

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1 week ago

“Not driving is a big red flag.”
Cries in bad eyesight
😂😭 I have horrendous double vision. They laughed me out of the ICBC 😂❤

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2 weeks ago

I love it when you talk. Please never stop talking unless you are resting. Everything u say is awesome and funny and just words of wisdom. Don’t be EMBARRASSSSSSSEEEED

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1 week ago

The whole reason I watch these instead of TikTok is because it’s like watching them with my bestie 😂 your rants are essential to my experience

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2 weeks ago

Worst “date” ever. I actually met this guy in a bar. We just chatted, no big deal. No sexy talk, nothing inappropriate. It was a week night so at a reasonable time, I said goodbye and walked out. As I went to get my coat from the coat closet, he followed me, then tried to drag me out the door. I pulled away and went back into the bar. The bartender and three customers leapt to my defense and forced him out the door and away. I stayed for a little longer then one of my saviors walked me to my apartment building. Whew!
PS I dated my savior for about a year before our careers sent us to opposite sides of the country. 😊

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2 weeks ago

I'd been seeing someone very casually for a while and went over to his place for the first time. There was dog shit everywhere. Like just piles of it. And he knew I was coming over days in advance. Needless to say that was the last time we saw each other.

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