Anyone who has used a dating application will probably share incredible stories, but a story from a California woman about her dating from hell can simply take the cake.
Ryann Miller posted a Twitter thread this week about his recent encounter with a man named Brandon whom he met at Bumble, detailing his inconsiderate behavior at the appointment before he allegedly put her in with a $ 50 check and then twist the knife by sending a text message that called it & # 39; fat & # 39;
The thread of the 28-year-old has gone viral on social networks as hundreds of other bad-date victims express their condolences and share similar stories.
Ryann Miller shared a story about a recent & # 39; Bumble date from hell & # 39; on a Twitter thread on Friday, detailing how she had been tricked with a $ 50 bill at a bar in Huntington Beach, California, before her nightmare date twisted the knife by sending a text that calls her "greasy"
Miller started the thread by introducing Brandon, a 38-year-old father he met at Bumble
Miller started his story on Friday in a tweet that said: "Hello, Twitter! Welcome to the @bumble date from hell: a thread. & # 39;
In the next tweet, she enters the date in question, Brandon, 38, along with a picture of her profile before starting the story.
"We decided on a bar on Main Street and we sat down for a drink." All the way to the bar, he talked about the bad dates he had, so I also shared some.When we sat down, he kept contacting girls my age and our expectations of men, "he wrote.
"Anyway, he was completely rude to our waitress because she did not come to our table fast enough when she finished her first beer." She threw her menu to the floor like a literal baby and then spoke to him in an unpleasantly sarcastic and demeaning tone.
She continued: "He asked me if I was being an imbecile and I said yes. Then he went on to tell me to relieve myself and a lot of irrelevant nonsense.
"Three beers and a steak dinner later, I wonder if I care if you use the bathroom. Personally, he can not get away from the table fast enough to be able to use my phone for more than 5 seconds without feeling like an imbecile. "
The next tweet, the number eight in the thread, shows an image of a text that Brandon sent minutes later, which says: "Thanks for dinner! Hardly welcome to Fat Cali.
His response to that text was a brief one: "Are you serious & # 39; without any punctuation?
Five minutes after Brandon got up to go to the bathroom, he sent Ryann a message that said, "Thanks for dinner! Difficult welcome to Cali Fatty & # 39;
In the following tweets, Ryann writes: "I sit there for a minute and process what just happened, then I realize that this account still has to be paid. I go up to the waitress to @hbblonde and tell her what happened.
"He goes out for a few and comes back and tells me that his manager says he still has to pay the $ 50 bill. Of course, all he had was a $ 6 beer.
At the conclusion of the story, Ryann wrote: "The worst part of all this? He is a FATHER! For GIRLS! And @ haann143 [Ryann’s friend Hannah Miller] He researched a little more and discovered that his Instagram is full of racist publications and photos in vines of people he considers "fat".
"Moral of the story: investigate first, colleague, we are all beautiful women who deserve to be loved, regardless of our size, race, ability, sexuality, ANYTHING, never let anyone make you feel anything different. ryannout. & # 39;
Hours later, after the thread had already received hundreds of reactions on Twitter, Ryann tweeted that he had contacted Bumble to clear Brandon's account, which they did quickly.
It does not seem that the Brandon in question has reacted to the saga.
DailyMail.com contacted Ryann for comment. She said she has been using dating apps for several years.