A single man was blasted online after he had sought advice on how to handle a situation with a female neighbor when he asked the woman to cook for him, because & # 39; she is cooking anyway & # 39 ;.
The Reddit user AwayPerformer, 31, shared his story online, where he revealed that he asked his female neighbor to cook for him for money, but she took the investigation the wrong way.
This encouraged the man to seek advice from the online community about whether he had a & # 39; gap & # 39; was to think it was acceptable to ask a stranger to make food for him, and the answers flocked in quickly to inform him that he was wrong.
Bad idea: a single man was blasted online after he had been advised to deal with a situation with a female neighbor when he asked the woman to cook for him (stock photo)
The Redditor first explained how he was a & # 39; single guy & # 39; was living in an apartment complex for the past six years. One of his neighbors, a woman of his or younger age whose name he did not know, has lived across the street from him for the past two years.
& # 39; We exchange hello & # 39; s but are not friendly, so it is with most of my neighbors & # 39 ;, he wrote.
In his position he explained how he did not know how to cook and could not afford a pick-up due to the loss of one of his jobs.
& # 39; I get really sick from eating cheap fast food or a box of mac and cheese. I arrive and I never feel great & # 39 ;, he wrote.
I think her asking to split cooking wasn't entirely bizarre, because she cooks every day
The combination of a poor diet and the inability to make their own food apparently encouraged the Redditor to ask his neighbor across the hall to have him pay for it every night.
He believed that this suggestion was acceptable because she was already eating for himself every night, that he could smell on the other side of the hall.
& # 39; She is cooking anyway and then I probably varied delicious food, & # 39; wrote the man.
When he approached the neighbor about his suggestion, she told him that it was & # 39; rude & # 39; was for him to ask and refused to eat him.
& # 39; I asked her the next time I saw her and she looked surprised and said she couldn't because she was too busy (which wasn't logical because she cooks almost every day, but okay), & # 39; he wrote.
& # 39; The next time I saw her a few days later, I asked her if she knew for sure and upgraded the amount I offered, and she said she knew for sure and it was rude to tell me ask, and that she was not a housekeeper to rent and I must get a housekeeper if I want. & # 39;
Feed yourself! The man asked people online if he was wrong, and most people said he & # 39; creepy & # 39; and & # 39; sexist & # 39; was for his position
Stunned: most commentators thought the man was guilty because he thought he could ask a stranger to cook for him
Frustrated: the Reddit message went viral after several people shared it online
Problematic: a person pointed out that the man was angry that his neighbor called him a stranger, but he doesn't know her name
Bad form: other Twitter users revealed how the man said he just wanted to have a girlfriend who cooks for him & # 39;
The woman also called the man an & # 39; stranger & # 39 ;, who insulted him. But he also confessed that he didn't even know her name.
& # 39; I think her questions about cooking split was not entirely bizarre, because she does cook every day and it wouldn't be hard to make a little more, & # 39; he wrote.
But commentators were quick to hurl the man because he had the guts to think that any woman should cook for him, so he didn't have to learn how to cook for himself.
Most people stated that it wasn't up to his neighbor to make sure he was fed, whether she was making food or not.
& # 39; You are a jerk, you were creepy and you should be ashamed of yourself much more than you are, & # 39; wrote an upset commentator. & # 39; Stop harassing your neighbor, learn to cook and leave her alone. & # 39;
Another person wrote: & # 39; First, you assume a lot. You assume that this woman has nothing better to do than plan a menu, shop, cook and serve you for a few extra dollars? Enjoying cooking herself does not mean that she wants to turn it into a business. Watch some YouTube videos & # 39; s about simple meals, teach yourself how to feed. & # 39;
The Reddit message was so controversial that it was even shared on Twitter after people were disgusted with the man's request. This led to people asking why the man would not only learn to cook for himself.
& # 39; For everyone in my listings who ask why he doesn't learn to cook, he says in the comments that his plan is to work more and get a girlfriend to cook for him & # 39 ;, wrote the Twitter users. & # 39; So that should tell you everything you need to know. & # 39;
People also called the man & # 39; sexist & # 39; and & # 39; creepy & # 39; for his suggestion.
After receiving a plethora of comments explaining why his suggestion was wrong, the man finally admitted that he had made the wrong decision.
& # 39; It is obvious that I was the bastard and asked her to be inappropriate and, as much as I admit it, creepy, & # 39; he wrote. & # 39; My instinct is to apologize to her, but since my instinct was to ask her in the first place, I will do the opposite and stay out of her hair. & # 39;
. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) femail (t) Reddit