New Jersey Dude Steals Chick’s Dog On A First Date

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DOVER, N.J. (AP) — No stolen hearts on this first date. Instead, a New Jersey woman says a man she met on a dating website stole her dog and her flat-screen TV.  Dover police tell the Daily Record of Parsippany (http://dailyre.co/1f8Kwz4) that the pair went out for the first time Thursday night. After returning home, the woman said she became occupied in another room, leaving the man alone. When she returned, he was gone — and so were her Yorkshire Terrier named Violet and her TV valued at $3,000. The woman says her dog was worth $4,000. The woman says she knew her date only as Joel and believes he lives in Elizabeth. Sgt. Richard Gonzalez says police are searching for the man and dog and are checking other locations the short-lived couple visited.

Maybe this will get average chicks to pipe down about their own first dates when they don’t go perfect. I feel like most chicks out there are a bunch of Seinfelds when it comes to judging their dates. “How’d it go?” “Ugh. HORRIBLE. He didn’t even pay for the whole thing.” “Terrible. He talked about himself the whole time.” “He tried to come up to my apartment and he didn’t even pull my chair out for me.”

Oh yea bitch? Well did he steal your dog? Were you unable to watch Game of Thrones last night because he swiped your TV? Are you out 7 thousand bucks worth of goods and living creatures from your house? No? Well then shut the fuck up. The whole idea that “chivalry is dead” is completely blown out of proportion. Chivalry is simply different now. The “Knight In Shining Armor” standards have just shifted. We ain’t gonna lay our jackets down over the puddled for you in the streets, but we’re not gonna steal your fucking dog, ok? Consider it a success if your apartment doesn’t get pillaged. You wan fair wages and respect in the work place and all that jazz? Keep your dog on a leash and your TV bolted to the wall.

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