One woman revealed that her first date tried to call her ‘f**t’ behind her back – but accidentally sent the vulgar text to her instead of her friend.
Molly captioned the clip, which has been watched more than 4.5 million times since it aired over the weekend, with “Chivalry lives #firstdatefail”.
Big mistake! TikTok user Molly Hair revealed that she tried calling him ‘c**t’ after their first date, but accidentally sent him an obscene text message.
The mystery man was waiting for him to come on their first date when he texted his friend: ‘I’m waiting for this c**t. I took a pinch to trust.’
She caught her mistake before Molly and immediately apologized and wrote: ‘Oh, I was joking with a friend, now I’ll go.’ Added two face-palm emojis for good measure.
‘What? am i a f*ck?’ Molly asked when she realized what had happened.
He tried to backtrack, claiming that his date was just a ‘joke’.
‘Omg, I really don’t think I’m joking too much, I don’t think I’m saying things like that just to say it,’ she insisted. ‘I totally understand if this is over.’
Molly agreed that their relationship was over before it even started.
Strange: The mystery man was waiting for her to come on their first date when he texted her ‘I’m waiting for this c**t’. She caught her mistake before Molly and immediately apologized.
“Yeah, to be honest, I’m not very comfortable holding meetings anymore,” she replied. ‘I feel like it’s not right for me to even say it as a joke to women and I see it as a kind of red flag, sorry! I’m sorry sorry sorry but I understand.’
Molly broadcast the speech using the app’s green screen effect, and some commenters asked her to get her head out of the way so she could read the rest of the text.
‘Mrs. Regards. One person wrote “Move” while another added “Molly…Move”.
‘Hi Molly, you look really good! i don’t [mean] I want to be rude but could you PLEASE move your head?!?’ someone else asked. ‘Thanks!!!’
In the follow-up video, which includes a full-screen shot, Molly admitted she didn’t expect the post to ‘explode like this’.
Called: Molly also shared screenshots of follow-up texts begging her to give her another chance.
Go ahead: The man kept apologizing and tried to get Molly to change her mind, but Molly thought his insulting language and insistence were a danger sign.
“So this is before the first date,” he explained. ‘I was parking. I was getting ready to go in when I got the first messages. At first I was confused and didn’t really understand what he was saying, and when I realized what was going on, I immediately started walking away.’
Molly said the guy tried to call her when she texted him saying she wouldn’t be meeting him on dates.
“So he kept trying to reach me. I was probably too good to reject him,” she admitted. ‘The social worker in me wants to help people learn from their mistakes and grow. I should probably just ignore it.’
Molly also shared screenshots of the follow-up texts she begged for another chance.
“When he finally didn’t get that message, I started ignoring him,” she said. ‘I see this insistence as a red flag.’