Girls on Twitter are asking their crushes out and it’s going horribly, horribly wrong
I’ll never do it now
"Text him first" is the type of thing your friend says to you if she secretly hates you.
Arguably the worst thing about 2017 — aside from guys not even paying on first dates anymore — is the fact we're expected to ask them out in the first place.
That's why Twitter user/writer Oloni probably thought it was a good idea when she told all her followers to "ask that guy they fancy out on a date," but the only thing I foresee happening here is a lot of people unfollowing her account in coming days.
Ladies ask that guy you fancy out on a date and tweet me a screen shot of his response. 💁🏾
— #DateChallenge (@Oloni) October 26, 2017
The #DateChallenge has gone horribly wrong
Literally none of these guys are interested
Some of them are even blocking girls
Or pretending to 'lose service'
This guy didn't even know who was texting him
And this one though it was a joke
This one likes her friend
And this one literally said 'I'd rather not'
Tweeting from my private account so no one can know of this LMFAOOOO pic.twitter.com/CSTCBm1yg5
— 🌸 (@idyllic_youthh) October 26, 2017
This guy's just a dick
And this one is poor
But at least we can still reclaim our time
Made me wait 10 mins smh. NOT WORTH IT!!!! pic.twitter.com/c30WieALBm
— 𝔉𝔦𝔣𝔦 (@90snemo) October 27, 2017
Next time, let's just agree to not message them in the first place.
Don't let your stupid, drunk friend hype you into thinking it's a good idea, because now you have proof it's definitely not.
Can't get rejected if you never ask! :,)
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