Weird story but here it goes.
The first date I had with my now fiancee', I knew I was going to marry him. I never felt like that for any other guy I dated. As a matter of fact, I was enjoying the "single-dating guys for benefits at my discretion" at the time we met. I was tired of guys trying to impress with me with the "look at how much i can spend" game.
He seemed to be different. He told me "im country and a cowboy. if you cant deal with that then I understand". He struck me as an individual.
So we go out on our first date. He has on a suit and tie and we go to a very fancy restaurant. In my head im like "here goes another one trying too hard". He tells me I can order anything I want. It starts looking like the same play, different character. I started preparing my exit speech in my head- the usual "im too busy with school and not interested in anything more than friends because I have things to do blah blah"
Next thing you know he orders a bowl of ranch dressing and pours most of it on his dinner after we had bowed our heads to say grace. We had discussed earlier in the week how ranch dressing taste good with everything. People looking at him like "this country n**** is in here with a suit and tie eating like he is at the sizzler. I couldnt help but to laugh...and grabbed the rest of that ranch. He had kept it real afterall. I fell in love at that moment because I knew I could be myself with him.
Lol this is funny, because I met a guy before I left for college that seems way too good to be true. He didn't mind the long distance thing, he said he would wait for me, and a whole bunch of stuff. Im just like wow, you are a very interesting person to want to do all that for me. But, so far it has been working out.
But I've also had some bad ones and yes, they were too good to be true! Ha ha