Chick Goes From 0 To Wrathful Demon When She Gets Dumped After One Tinder Date

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Tinder can be beautiful, but it can also be dangerous. Imgur user isthatpeterfuckingframpton displayed the scary side of Tinder by sharing a very unusual and alarming encounter with a young woman who he met on Tinder.

The gentleman presents the back story on an Imgur post aptly titled “Crazy Level: Infinity.”

Messing around on Tinder for a bit of distraction during a crazy stretch at work. Match with this woman. Texted a little bit. Probably should’ve seen a few red flags (e.g., sending a 7:00 a.m. chasing text the next day because hers was the last message in the text chain from the night before, and I hadn’t yet responded), but I like to give people the benefit of the doubt–particularly over text, as things can come across in ways other than as intended. Anyway, we make plans to meet up for an afternoon drink over the weekend. Had a little walk through the local park, a couple of pints at a nearby pub, nice conversation, etc. (Again, probably should’ve picked up on a few signs, but she was clearly a bit nervous and–again–benefit of the doubt. And we had a nice talk and a nice time.) A quick goodbye kiss on the sidewalk at the end, but nothing more. She started texting afterwards, and–apparently–wasn’t pleased with the speed of some of my responses. (Was a busy weekend.) After a couple of further chasing texts–the last one of which was pretty snarky–it was clear to me that this wasn’t going to work. (Insecurity, for me, is THE deal-breaker.) But we’d had a nice time, and she seemed like a nice woman, so I decided to send her a message explaining that I didn’t think it was going to work and wishing her the best. The next morning, I woke up to this absolutely epic text rant. I’m not a big online sharer, but this was enough to jolt me out of my years of lurkerhood. I knew you guys would appreciate the legendary craziness. Enjoy…

Seems like a reasonable individual. Here is the breakup text that isn’t a breakup text because there was no relationship to break up.


Well that was an awfully positive and upbeat method of really saying, “My craydar went off big time after only spending a few hours with you because you are indeed super crazy.” However this was only the tip of the crazy iceberg. The woman would break the craydar after she didn’t take well to the estrangement of their “relationship” that was born on Tinder and included one hangout, that can’t even be considered a romantic date because it was a walk to get beers.

The woman replied to the very congenial text.


ABORT! ABORT! ABORT!


We’re sorry, but the number you have texted is not in service at this time. Please check the number and never try again ever.


To be honest, even as a straight man I would date a Mark Zuckerberg and Clark Griswold love child. He would be worth millions of dollars and would take you on kick-ass family vacations.


To be fair, Age of Adaline has a 7.3 rating on IMDB.


I’m not great at reading people, but I don’t think her saying, “Good luck to you” was very sincere.


Well there’s no need to drop homophobic slurs miss. And I’ll have you know that EVERY man has contemplated sucking himself off for the sole reason to avoid coming in contact with a rage-bursting virago like yourself. And how much are you obsessed over this guy that you continue a rant the next morning?

Funny how she went from smitten with this dude to he’s a fucking moron who can’t dress and even questions his sexuality.

Could you imagine the disastrous ramifications if they had indeed exchanged fluids or even heaven-forbid did the ole in-and-out and then actually broke up with her? We’re talking come home to your pets beheaded and your house in flames consequences. This gentleman doesn’t realize how lucky he really is. He dodged a bullet. Correction, he dodged a RDS-220 hydrogen bomb. Please be careful out there bros.

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