Man tries scheduling 6 dates in one night; idea backfires


Trying to date more than one woman in a single night isn’t the smartest idea, but trying to do it with six is an idea destined to fail.  Just ask a guy named Justin who is now social media famous after setting up six back-to-back dates in one night at the same bar in Washington DC.

His name is Justin Schweiger, and for some reason he decided to set six dates on one evening at the Truxton Inn.

Lisette Pylant was the first date.  In trying to ditch her,  he said he had plans to meet with some friends at 6:15 p.m.. However, it turns out the 6:15pm meeting with was the second date.

Lisette, sensing something was amiss, continued to hang around with Justin and the second woman, Kristen.

At one point, Justin walked away to take a phone call.  Left alone to chat, Kristen and Lisette made small talk as a third woman, Raven, walked in and asked if they are Justin’s friends.  At this point, the women quickly caught on to Justin’s dirty play.   The three women gathered their things and went across the street to a different bar, leaving Justin with their bar bill while he was on the lengthy phone call.

An hour later,  date number 4, Kali, walked into the bar for her time with Justin.

At that point, he left to take yet another phone call, leaving Kali alone at the bar. While Kali was waiting, a patron came up to her and filled her in on his scheme.  Kali, being taken back by the dishonesty, decided to stick around to see how Justin would handle the situation if it got worse.

Alex, who is date number 5, was standing outside the bar when the same patron informed her of what was happening. So she went inside to confront Justin.

“I walked over to him and said, ‘I’m Date No. 5,’ and tried to shake his hand, and he said, ‘Oh, you’re already cut,'” Alex exclaimed.

Once Date No. 6, Jess, walked in, the game was up.

“He ran out the door and I’m like, ‘Where’d he go, where’d he go!,” Kali said. “This is dating in 2017! And it is ridiculous!”

Now, the six women are becoming fast friends after bonding over their dating distress.

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