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Mackenzie's dress on First Dates was not the real problem of last night's episode.

When you watch a show like First Dates, the awkwardness is so real that the only way you can deal is to jump online, and share your thoughts/feelings/musings on Twitter.

It’s only natural. We don’t blame you.

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But instead of commenting on the goings on of the show itself, viewers took unfair aim at one dater’s dress.

Meet 21-year-old pre-school teacher Mackenzie, who many accused of “wearing her dress backwards”.

It's a dress. Groundbreaking.

As soon as she hit our screens, Twitter was flooded with comments about how "inappropriate" her dress was for a first date.

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I...I can't even.

It's 2016, you guys. Mackenzie can wear whatever she damn well wants. So stop with the absurd outfit critiques, please and thank you.

Because there is a way, WAY bigger problem that was brought to our attention on last night's episode. And his name is Dominic.

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Dominic has never had any problems with the ladies, he says. His friends call him 'Postman' because he "always delivers".

He's just... charming.

And by charming, I mean, completely the opposite of how any guy should speak to any woman they've just met. Or any woman ever, to be honest.

Dominic's - shall we call it technique? - involved throwing inappropriate compliments toward his date Geria, a 23-year-old flight attendant.

"I love a juicy bum," he said, seconds after their food hit the table.

"You've got ample... I may have had a look," he continued.

DOMINIC, NO.

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He then offered up some actually acceptable compliments - "You've got good teeth, you've got a good personality" - before totally ruining it by asking the size of Geria's feet.

That's, yeah, super relevant to finding a soulmate, Dom.

Thankfully, there were some viewers who agreed that Dominic's behaviour was much worse than Mackenzie's not-at-all offensive dress.

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The lesson we should all take away from Dominic The Disaster (as he shall forever be known in my mind) is that flirting and suggestive comments does not a relationship make.

At least we'll always have Sharon and Tim to remind us that true love does exist.

#RelationshipGoals

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