Single young woman secretly runs away from her first date with a man because of a $4.50 mistake she made at dinner, but opinion is divided on who is wrong
- A woman got angry after a date refused to pay $4.50 for cheese
- The bachelor was surprised at how ‘cheap’ he was on a first date
A woman was shocked when her date on Hinge displayed “terrible” first date etiquette while placing a rare false request.
Dafna, from New York, was delighted to find that her date, Zakir, seemed very nice and wasn’t cheating on her.
But her mood changed instantly when a waitress came over to take her order.
Dafna ordered a Branzino while Zakir ordered a burger, but refused to add cheese to his meal for an additional $3 (AUD$4.50).
“He used to complain about having to pay for everything these days,” he said in a video.
A woman was shocked when her date with Hinge displayed “terrible” first date etiquette by placing a rare false request.
‘Why am I doing this to myself?’ she asked herself in the now-viral video. I thought things were going well.
He explained that he ate as quickly as possible because he was hungry and then lied about going to the bathroom to freshen up.
“I just took my bag and went to the waitress, paid the $55 (AUD$83) bill, texted her that the bill was already taken care of and she should have bought the cheese.”
Dafna blocked Zakir immediately after sending the message.
“It’s New York,” he said. Of course things are expensive.
“I intended to pay $21 (AUD$31.50) for a burger, so adding $3 wasn’t worth it,” he said in a follow-up video.
But in the world of TikTok, Zakir soon found out about her TikTok and decided to “stitch” it with a reply.
“I intended to pay $21 (AUD$31.50) for a burger, so adding $3 wasn’t worth it,” he said in a follow-up. video.
‘So, thanks for paying for dinner and goodbye!’
Millions have been following the saga, dubbing the couple ‘cheese girl’ and ‘cheese guy’ for convenience.
Some women really understand where Dafna was coming from and admitted that they would act in a similar way.
‘It’s not about how much cheese costs,’ wrote one woman. “It’s about why you complain about it on your first date.”
‘You’re amazing, that’s what I would have done too. Complaining about money on a first date is a huge turnoff.
But many more sided with Zakir, claiming it was “ridiculous” to pay $3 for a slice of cheese, and that Dafna was too quick to judge her date.
He just decided the cheese wasn’t worth it, I don’t see the problem in that.
“I guess there’s something wrong with me, because $3 for cheese on a burger is crazy.”
“The problem is that people are too quick to judge someone based on a comment. You didn’t even give it a chance based on a piece of cheese.
‘I can’t believe you paid $21 for a cheeseburger without cheese.’
I expected him to do something absolutely regrettable. I wouldn’t pay $3 for a slice of cheese either.’