There’s nothing better than revelling in the hilarity of a dreadful date. It’s a well-known fact that there are plenty of fish in the sea, but you’re bound to catch a few catfish whilst you’re swimming around in the dating pool.
One particularly ridiculous story that I’ve heard includes a world record attempt. On first thoughts, this sounds exciting. It’s fun to do something a little different on a first date, after all. However, this particular world record attempt was a hymn-singing marathon with his family, where the standing world record was four hours. Maybe he should have just plumped for the standard dinner date…
I can’t begin to imagine how difficult it must be to escape a four hour hymn-singing marathon. If you’re looking to go on your typical dinner date however, then I may have some good news for you. YouTuber Stephanie Duran discovered a secret code that may save your date from despair.
Hop over to the next page to find out more. Relationships are tricky, and that’s putting it lightly. When you’re going on a date, there’s a fair chance that it might not work out. You do have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find the person that might want to put up with all of your sh*t for the rest of your life. As it turns out, there could be a secret code that could put an abrupt end to your disastrous dates.
YouTuber Stephanie Duran visited the The Iberian Rooster, in St Petersburg, Florida, and spotted the poster below in the women’s bathroom. By ordering an angel shot, as seen below, the restaurant staff are alerted to the concerns of the customer, and they will take action depending on the order.
every restaurant needs to have this in the women's restroom pic.twitter.com/vvsE6NLWqK
— stephanie duran (@ItsSteephh) January 9, 2017
The Iberian Rooster owner Russell Andrade stated: “The goal for this place was to be a safe place where people can go on a romantic date. We don’t want someone else to ruin a good a time.” Andrade saw that the The Lincolnshire Rape Crisis, a support service for women and girls in East England, had created a campaign to “ask for Angela” if a customer felt unsafe and implemented a similar code in his restaurant.
Thankfully, no angel shots have been ordered at The Iberian Rooster so far. Let’s hope that more bars and restaurants will introduce a code similar to Andrade’s, and people can date knowing that they are in a safe space.