A singleton was left shocked after receiving a series of nasty messages from a man she rejected – but the move may have landed her another date.
Blair, from the US, told a man she was dating that she wanted to stop seeing him because he was “too nice”, to which he then responded with a series of creative insults ranging from “I hope you get some popcorn stuck in your teeth” to “I hope you stub your toe.”
The woman saw the funny side of the messages, like hundreds of people online, and said he may have improved her chances of getting another date because she was impressed by his ability to “take the direction “.
“Last night I told this really nice guy that maybe he was a little too nice for me and that’s what I woke up to,” Blair job on X, formerly known as Twitter.
She shared a screenshot of the funny messages he sent to prove he wasn’t “too nice” on first read: “Hey! I was just thinking about you. I hope your day sucks.
Blair, from the US, rejected a man she was dating because he was “too nice”, so he responded with a series of hilarious insults in a bid to prove he was the opposite.
The next message said he hoped Blair would stub her toe and feel like she needed to sneeze but couldn’t.
“I hope you have hair in your eyes,” he added.
“I hope you have popcorn stuck in your teeth, but you don’t even remember when you ate it.”
Blair’s tweet racked up 4.9 million views, thousands of likes and hundreds of replies, with many applauding the man’s hilarious applause.
“Kind and witty. “I hope you have popcorn stuck in your teeth but can’t even remember when you ate it. It’s so good,” one woman wrote, to which Blair agreed.
“It made me laugh, like it was new,” she replied.
“It’s cute and clever.” I support him,” another woman said and a man asked, “So does him being funny outweigh being too nice?”
Blair was surprised to receive the texts but found his attempt to win her back funny and creative and so is considering another date (stock image)
“Okay, his humor is spot on. He could be a keeper,” commented a third.
Someone added that he had given an “elite response”, while others encouraged Blair to give the man “another chance”.
“No that means no but if it was me he just went on a second date,” said one user to which Blair replied: “I think I’ll keep going out with him, I’ll just have to convince him to have a little chat with me.” ‘.
Someone said the man’s witty way of proving he wasn’t “too nice” should give him a “fighting chance” and Blair agreed, but she didn’t inform his subscribers if the couple had continued their relationship.