Single Woman Receives Horrifying Text From Cruel Date

A single woman has shared a horrific text from a cruel date after she turned him down.
Credit: Alamy & Facebook

A woman has shared the horrifying text she received from a mean date.

It seems like there’s no end to the dating horror stories out there.

You could have been with a phubber – someone who keeps checking their phone instead of enjoying your company.

And if you’ve ever had a ghoster come back from the dead, well, you’ve been zombied.

But today, a woman has shared a horrific text that may just make you want to stay single forever…

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A single woman shared her dating horror story on a Facebook page, and the responses came in thick and fast.

“Literally read this with my mouth wide open. The AUDACITY!” one woman writes.

“This has got to be the WORST date I’ve ever heard about. The guy has so many red flags, he’s basically wrapped in a giant red tarp,” another says.

“This is why Tinder needs a Trip Advisor-style rating system. I’m so sorry,” a third adds.

Another pens: “My mind just can’t understand why on earth some people think they’re above others. If you don’t like someone, that’s fine… not everyone likes everyone, but pretending you do and then have the audacity to send that?

“I am so sorry this happened to you, I’m sure you are glad he showed his true colours early but understand how hard it must have been.”

Couple on date.
The woman was initially impressed with the guy – until she received a message after their date. Credit: Alamy

The Facebook page’s admin stepped in too, writing: “Consider how controlling and strategic this message is. I reckon it’s been sent a number of times before. It has nothing to do with our wonderful OP (original poster). Into the bin with these low self-esteem ‘dating strategies’. Vom.”

The OP explains that they met on a dating app, and decided to meet up in real life.

However, when the man invited her back to his for ‘coffee’ (or something more) she declined, thinking it was too soon.

“Admittedly, I was tempted but ultimately decided to refrain. He claimed to be 100 per cent OK with this and asked me when we could next see each other. I went home thinking it was one of the best dates I had ever been on!” she writes.

But soon after, the woman received a horrendous text from her date…

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The date’s text reads: “Hey. I think you’re lovely and I could definitely see you in my future. However, to get there I feel I need to address something.

“While you have a beautiful face, you are physically way bigger than any girl I would let myself date. I would even go as far as saying obese.

“The only reason you are getting a second chance is because your personality is good enough to make me see past this at first.

“You will not be seen with me in public again until this is done! My suggestion is PT 5 – 6 times weekly and a strict diet.”

Their text went on to say: “You need to abandon your old-fashioned views on sexuality. The fact you wouldn’t let me enjoy you physically last night was disappointing – and I’d expect more from a woman who is single in her late 20s.

“I sincerely hope you take these suggestions to heart. If not for my sake then the sale of your own well-being. This could be the start of the rest of our lives together.”

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Written by Annie Walton Doyle

Annie Walton Doyle is a content editor at IGV who specialises in trending, lifestyle and entertainment news. She graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London, with a degree in English Literature. Annie has previously worked with organisations such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harvard University, the Pulitzer Prize and 22 Words.