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Of the 53 people I went on dates with, I decided to continue seeing 14 of them. After the courting period, we'd get to that awkward moment where they'd ask where I live. "Dammit!" I'd think to myself. "Ok, well what is your zip code?" they'd often follow up with. "Shit!" I'd think. I was the perfect date in every other way; highly intelligent, very attractive and extremely wealthy. But my Achilles' Heel was my inability to remember my own address. I'd awkwardly excuse myself and rush to a toilet stall to look up my address on whatismyaddress.org. The first time I did this, we were dining at Pietro's Pizzeria in Philadelphia, located at 1714 Walnut St. I told my date that I had a very bad case of diarrhea and I ran to the toilet. I went to whatismyaddress.org and was told that my address was 1714 Walnut St. I returned from the bathroom, explained that I had expunged all of the liquid fecal matter from my bowels, and then told the date my address "Earlier you inquired about my address," I said. "well, it's 1714 Walnut St."
"1714 Walnut St?" my date said sarcastically.
"So you live in Pietro's Pizzeria? The very restaurant where we are currently dining." He began to loudly guffaw.
This is the moment when I learned that whatismyaddress.org doesn't tell you what you reside, but rather the address where you are currently situated. I realized my own mistake but didn't want to allow this insolent nobody to get one over on me.
"Yes, I do live above this pizzeria. In fact, I own it."
I immediately excused myself again by saying that my diarrhea was acting up again. I bribed a waiter with a $20 bill and told her to play along with me and pretend I was the owner.
– John, Indianapolis