This guy sounds like such an absolute coward that part of me is relieved that the woman didn’t have to suffer his company for any loaner than forty-five seconds.
Rachel Wilson, 28, said she met a date in a North Carolina sports back in mid-January. The pair had met on the dating app Hinge and she said he seemed pretty cool and chill on the app. But not a full minute into the night, this guy stood up and claimed he needed to move his car.
A few minutes later, the guy texted her and said, “Sorry wasn’t feeling it,” then added a sad face emoji. The balls on this guy.
This poor woman said, “I stood in front of the restaurant waiting for about five minutes before I got the text.”
She continued, “I didn’t respond and immediately deleted his number and have heard no word from him since. I think if I was not a confident person this would have honestly wrecked me, but luckily I am very secure and confident in who I am, so it won’t affect the way I approach dating moving forward.”
Rachel further explained that she did like the guy at first. “I liked that he made solid plans right off the bat. I hate when you meet someone on a dating app and talk back and forth forever, with no solid plans to meet. We went to a sports bar-type place, and were planning on getting chicken wings and a beer.”
She made light of the whole ordeal by posting a TikTok that quickly went viral.
Comments ranged from sympathetic to furious with the guy. One person wrote, “I had a guy fake having MS 5mins into mine. Happened last week.”
Just an absolute mess out there, gang.