Washington post dating column
There’s this guy inside that’s on his fourth date tonight.” Immediately, Woody knew she was the fifth. (Schweiger, presumably, was still with his fourth date, Bowers.) “I sent him the photo of the four of us together and say, ‘Oh, I found your dates one through three,’ ” Woody says.Incorvaia adds that Schweiger replied something like, “Hahaha, tell them I say hi.’ ” p.m.(Raven, a Columbia Heights resident who met Schweiger on Bumble, requested that we not use her last name.) He told her to meet him inside, where he was sitting with “a couple friends,” she recalls, so Raven went in and asked the bartender where they might be sitting.Schweiger had taken a smoke break, and the bartender pointed to Pylant and Incorvaia.Pylant, who lives in Northeast Washington, showed up at the Truxton Inn in Bloomingdale for a follow-up date with seemingly normal guy Schweiger, whom she initially met while out celebrating her birthday Saturday night.A friend who works at Truxton Inn shot Pylant a warning text conveying, as she said in her Twitter thread, that “this guy sucks.” Pylant would soon find it to be true. Schweiger claims he told Pylant “many times” that he only viewed her as a friend.
Lisette Pylant met up with Justin Schweiger for a first date over drinks that evening, only to discover 45 minutes in that he’d double-booked.“It was so ridiculous and too good of a story not to tell people,” she says. “Her rant on Twitter is kind of childish,” he says.If you’re wondering, yes, the conversation was uncomfortable.“We ordered another round of drinks while he was outside, we finished our drinks and we were like, ‘Got to go, bye!
’ ” At one point Incorvaia found out that Schweiger had scheduled multiple dates in a row before.
Or rather, she learned as the night went on, that he’d planned consecutive dates at the same bar.