My date called himself a gentleman & then acted the exact opposite – he was so insulting, I couldn't wait to leave

A WOMAN has recalled her insulting first date ever planned through Tinder.

She said the man claimed to be a "southern gentleman" but his actions while they were together had her never wanting to see him again.


The stunned woman, Rachel Phillips, claimed that shortly into their date, the 36-year-old unnamed man "reached over the table to feel" her stomach to make sure she was skinny,

Next, she said: "And then he asked me if I had size C boobs at least because he couldn't do below a C."

She said the "icing on the cake" occurred when he disclosed that he had four DUIs.

Finally, Phillips claimed he "wouldn't take 'no'" when she told him she did not want him walking her to her car and verbalized that she did not want to kiss him.

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"I love Tinder," she sarcastically concluded.

In the caption of her post, she wrote: "If he sounds fishy….. he is" with a handful of red flag emojis.

Phillips' viewers seemed equally disgusted, with one writing: "I had my mouth opened in shock this entire video."

"In my experience, if they have to TELL you they’re a gentleman, they probably aren’t," another wrote, with Phillips replying: "Girl, you ain't lying."

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"I'm surprised you didn't get up and leave after he tried to feel your stomach.

"You would have been totally justified," a third person wrote.

Yet another viewer said the man seems like a self-proclaimed "nice guy."

In the dating world, it's generally agreed upon that if someone says they're a "nice guy," they probably aren't.

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Similarly, another woman said she got "nice guy" vibes from a man she only matched with on Bumble.

She claimed that the man sent her a video message to show her what she missed out on after she didn't reply to him.


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