Oyoyoy, Twitter, you sure know how to split our seams. this week’s trending hashtag #GoodBandNameBadFirstDate has got us both laughing out loud and cringing mightily at the prospect of such a date happening. Thank goodness we’d never subject ourselves to such a date.
The game is pretty much just like it says on the tin: think of a really good band name that would be actually make a terrible date idea in concept. Sounds pretty simple, right? We’ll start off with a number of prime examples from the hashtag:
— ✨Java✨ (@pancakeNwhiskey) June 20, 2015
… Yeeeah, maybe not quite the impression you want to make for a second date.
Got it? Let’s rock.
— Craig Major (@MajorCraigA) June 20, 2015
How do you even pick a fork up with those?!
— DPS (@soxfan17881) June 20, 2015
Noooo! Think of the doggies!
Motionless In White 😏 #GoodBandNameBadFirstDate
— Jelly Ringø (@TheSargeyBoy) June 20, 2015
We’re either looking at a performance art piece, or… I got nothing.
#GoodBandNameBadFirstDate Bullet For My Valentine
— Jonathan McCall (@JonnyMcNarwhal) June 20, 2015
I’ll need a restraining order for that…
— ohmopo (@ohmopo) June 20, 2015
.. and some ice for that burn.
#GoodBandNameBadFirstDate Vampire Weekend
— Mattley Mutt (@Ti_FusedCynic) June 20, 2015
Unless you’re Bella Swan or Mina Murray, I guess?
— OP Charla (@SenpaiStevie) June 20, 2015
Your date + hi-speed blinking lights + an indoor stampede. This will not end well.
— Jared Montana (@Jarmadillos) June 20, 2015
— IMAUMBN™ (@Imaumbn) June 20, 2015
… that might be pretty cute, actually.
— Ethan Curtis (@ST0RMcaIler7) June 20, 2015
… Unless that’s actually your thing. Hey, no judgement.
— Not Hannibal Lecter (@Humanitarian66) June 20, 2015
A date with a suave, well-dressed gent who cooks like a god? Yes. Getting eaten in the end? No. Mental note: Don’t be rude. The rude get eaten.
— Rob (@robgrams) June 20, 2015
… your mileage may vary.
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