A FED-UP woman has taken to the internet to vent about an awful Hinge date she went on.
She claimed the man lied about several key factors in his biography and then tried charging her for the dinner when she denied him a second date.
The woman, named Kelly, revealed her story throughout a series of three videos she shared online.
In the first video, she claimed the man wrote in his Hinge biography that he was 6 ft 3 in and worked at a "large capital investment firm."
Excited for the date and meeting such an established man, Kelly said she dressed to the nines.
"I show up looking like a Real Housewives of New Jersey in like faux fur, this long black dress, hair done – I looked great," she noted.
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Unfortunately, Kelly couldn't say the same for her match.
"He rolls up in 23-degree weather wearing a short-sleeve button-down Hawaiin shirt, baggy khakis, and greasy hair," she claimed, clearly disappointed.
Kelly went on to claim that the man picked quite an expensive restaurant, so she ordered the second cheapest item on the menu so she wouldn't stress him financially.
She said in her next video that the conversation was "fine" but she realized he allegedly lied about his age, where he lived, and his job.
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"Red flags I should have paid more attention to, I should have ended the date there," she admitted before adding that they eventually went to grab drinks together that she paid for.
Describing her feelings after they finally went their separate ways, she said: "At that point, I was like: 'I would not be mad if I never heard from this man ever again.'"
Unfortunately for Kelly, her date felt the opposite way – and allegedly became quite pushy when she turned him down.
NOT TAKING 'NO' FOR AN ANSWER
In her third and final video, Kelly explained she was severely hungover from the date and was asleep in bed for most of the following day.
Therefore, she was not on her phone, which made her date accuse her of ghosting him.
In a screenshot of their subsequent text conversation, Kelly described to her Hinge man exactly how she was feeling, to which he replied that they could have cuddled all day.
Kelly was clearly uninterested in that and refrained from using her phone as she battled her hangover.
To her surprise, she got a follow-up text from the man, allegedly reading: "…Aright I’ll f**k off."
In a message responding to him the next day, she allegedly wrote: "I’m so sorry I had the worst hangover yesterday and was pretty much asleep all day.
"Didn’t want you to think that I was ghosting you, that’s not the kind of person I am.
"I really do appreciate you taking me to such a nice diner date and I had a great time with you, but I just don’t really [see] anything happening with us. I’m sorry."
The man was not happy about this response and asked how he messed up, but Kelly neglected to tell him how she really felt.
"You didn’t do anything wrong at all.
"I just don’t think we’re compatible and don’t see this working out long term," she said.
In yet another attempt to see Kelly again, her date told her he "thought it would be fun to hook up" since he was leaving town the next day.
She replied that she's "not that kind of girl" and after a bit more fuss, the text conversation eventually ended.
And while the man did eventually stop badgering Kelly for another rendezvous, he allegedly messaged her yet again two weeks later with a different request: to pay him $250 for her meal.
Kelly seemed to be in disbelief over the message, which he sent over Instagram – a platform on which they were not friends.
"Keep in mind he asked me out, he picked the restaurant, I was very cautious about what meal I picked so he wouldn’t be spending too much money, I got like two cheap cocktails, and he got like Maker's on the rocks and a filet mignon steak, like very expensive.
"If he wanted to go dutch with me, he should have asked before and I would have been okay with it like I'm fine paying for my own dinner, that’s fine.
"But don’t ask me two weeks after the fact because I won’t sleep with you; that’s just ridiculous."
Viewers were equally as shocked about Kelly's treatment.
"Just can't. We women have to endure so much," one sympathizer wrote.
"And this is why I'm done dating," another added.
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"Bet he gets online and rants about how women don't want nice guys anymore," a third viewer slammed.
On the bright side, the man didn't make her pay on the spot, like one woman who claimed her date brought just $20 for a full day in New York City.
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