Does this kind of approach to rejection EVER work?
A woman’s planned Tinder date went south when her match asked her to share some pretty personal information.
Kinda not your business, actually.
So she cancelled their date. In news that will probably not surprise you if you’ve ever turned down a man in an online forum, he got pretty mad.
But this was some rage.
Msmessyclean posted the images on photo-hosting website imgur tagging the headline ‘Batshit Crazy Guy’.
‘He seemed pretty normal at first, a few quirks here and there, but who am I to judge, right? Matched, had a brief conversation, asked for my number and I gave it to him,’ she wrote.
‘After agreeing and chatting on the phone, something felt off.’
Is it her loss? I feel like she’s onto a winning move here.
Faced with the rejection, the messages begin to spiral in desperation.
$900 an hour over a 12-hour-shift is $75 an hour.
I think the going rate for dating this guy should hit about there too.
Mate, I think you are a J-O-K-E.
No but I have a feeling you might tell me.
No msmessyclean, don’t do it.
The final attempt at clawing his way back slips from desperate to depressing. The
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