- You know, 100% confident with who I am
and not worried about whether or not...
I'm probably just gonna
start this question over.
- So, you open your eyes, and my date, Michael,
gave me this death stare.
Literally it was like, when you open your eyes,
and you're like...
My name is Olivia, and this is my story.
But once you get to talk to him,
he's really thoughtful and genuine and kind.
- She's helped me out a lot,
so I try to help her out, but-
- Wait, that's really nice.
- It was very strange having to
go on stage with my eyes closed and then open them
and see someone for the first time
and actually just judge them fully, based off how they look.
Your deal breakers.
Not having a job and not posting on social media.
Mine are someone who's not a Christian
and someone who is bad at communicating.
She seemed like a lot of fun,
and I thought, why not?
What the hell?
Why not just go out on a date and see what happens?
And now that I've gotten to know you,
I said that I would date you.
Right, have a good time.
- So after we filmed our episode of Tell My Story,
and we're talking about going on our follow-up date,
I go on Instagram, I see he has a story,
and I was like, "Oh, fun, Maybe he learned something."
But I look, and it's him in a freaking hospital bed.
- Literally two days after I went and did the show,
I bought a moped, and two and a half hours later,
I crashed the moped, broke my foot,
and had road rash, pants were ripped.
- So he was like, "Yeah, I can't do anything
for probably a little bit."
And it wasn't until recently where we were like,
"Okay, we have to do this follow-up date."
- This is how the date went.
For starters, I parked very far away
from the sushi spot we went to.
- And I was kind of freaking out
because I was like,
"Oh, I'm going to be 10 minutes late."
I even texted him that.
I was like, "Hey, sorry, running late."
He was like, "No problem."
- God, this is like fricking...
We're supposed to be here at 6:30 p.m, now it's 7 p.m.
Where the hell is she, right?
So I was a little frustrated.
- I show up to the restaurant, and I call him, and I'm like,
"Hey, I'm here, where are you at?"
And he's like, "Oh, I'm here too."
And I'm looking around, and I don't see him.
- And then I got the bright idea that,
wait, maybe there's more than one Sugar Fish
on the West side of L.A.
And yeah, I was right.
- I'm like, "The one in Santa Monica?"
He's like, "Yeah, the one in Santa Monica, in Brentwood."
And I was like
"Okay, we're at different locations."
And he was like, "Nooo!"
And then he just starts going off on, how he's like,
" Oh, I parked my car so far away;
I still have a cane."
- But chivalry is not dead.
She was like, "Hey, I'll come to the one you're at."
I was like, "No. I'm coming to you."
- And he just started going on and on and on,
and I was like, "This is exactly what I thought
it was going to be like."
- So I had to race back to my car,
or should I say limp fast back to my car.
Got in my car, I took a left, swung around,
parked in the parking structure,
ran, and boom, date began.
He kind of orders for us.
He was like, "Yeah, let's get this, like, whatever."
And I was like, "Yeah, I love, that's fine."
- We got their little special, and I dared her to eat
a whole handful of wasabi.
And she ate the whole handful of wasabi,
and then was just like, "Well, now you've got to take
a shot glass full of soy sauce."
So that was disgusting, but I did it.
- After sushi, he's like, "Oh, let's take one car
to drive to Earth Cafe."
And I was like, "Okay, sure, do you want me to drive,
or do you want to drive?"
And he was like, "No, no, no. I'm driving for sure."
And I was like, "All right."
- Dirty I know. - Oh.
And then we get in the car and I was like,
okay this is why he wants to drive,
because he like peels out of the spot
and is going like fast and furious.
- Went to Earth Cafe, in Santa Monica
and that is like my go-to spot.
And so people know me there, so we went there.
- He's hyping it up.
He's like "I'm a regular here.
I go here every day."
- He's like, " I'll have my regular."
And she's like "What is that?"
"What's your regular thing."
And I was like "Oh my gosh."
And it was so funny.
And then we wanted to get the banana cream pie
as like one of the things.
And this woman next to us, got the last one.
And she just started chiming in
and fighting with us and really cute banter.
- We hung out, kicked it, ate some great Tiramisu.
I told her a few stories, she told me a few stories.
I put whipped cream on her face.
- The worst part of the date, was when
I realized I don't know how to flirt.
He did this really cute thing where he was like.
We had this cake and he put whipped cream on my nose.
As a cute thing while I wasn't looking.
And I was like "What the heck?"
- I'd say the best part of the date
was putting whipped cream on her face.
I mean it was funny, I just went boom.
- Everything was in slow mo, I was like looking around
for what I could use in retaliation.
And all I did was, he started taking another bite
and then I just like slammed the fork in his mouth.
And he's like "I could've died."
And I was like, " I know, this is tragic on so many levels."
- When I put whipped cream on her face,
she got pissed and she was like,
"I'm gonna get you back at one point tonight."
And she didn't, 'cause I'm way too sneaky.
- So my future with Michael,
I think we have very similar personalities.
And he's definitely a little bit more bold and intense
than I am in certain ways.
- You know she seems really, really cool.
We had a great time.
It's always nice to just be able to meet somebody
before you make accusations on
whether or not you'd actually date 'em.
- I think how dating culture has shifted these days,
is to make an assumption about someone
and make a decision right then and there.
I don't know, I just hate that sometimes we're reduced
to a photo, or just a short interaction.
- And definitely just lighten the hell up.
And just go out there, no need to be nervous,
because life's way too short to just be afraid to go for it.
If there's one thing that I can say,
on this whole experience to anybody,
my one word of advice would be "Do not, I repeat,
do not buy a moped if you live in L.A."
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