I went on a first date – he told me I was beautiful and then he stunned me with why we’d NEVER have a second date
AFTER a first date showers you in compliments, you would assume that a second date is in the plans.
However, one person's story proves that's not always the case.
A Tiktoker named Emma shared her first date story and said it was the "ultimate time [she] was humbled."
In the video, Emma explained that she had gone on a date and it went fine.
"I didn't have any discernible opinion of him.
"It was just an average date, you know, whatever," she said.
But when her date dropped her off at the end of the night, he told Emma that he wanted to be honest with her.
She explained in the video that since it was the first date, she didn't really care what he was about to say.
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Then, she claimed her date looked her dead in the eye and said: "I just want you to know that you're a very beautiful girl and you are very well-spoken."
However, the compliments end there.
Her date continued: "That being said, you are incredibly strange.
"You are one of the weirdest people I have ever met and I know that that's going to work for someone but I don't see it working for me."
Emma seemed to appreciate her date's bluntness, though, and responded: "You know what? I respect that. Thank you for telling me and have a good night."
She jokingly signed off by saying: "So at least I'm hot and weird.
"That's the vibe for the rest of the year, just being hot and so god d*** weird."
Meanwhile, another woman refused her Hinge match a second date only for him to request $4 back from her for her drink order.
Also, this woman had her date body-shame her when he was trying to convince her to come over.
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