Woman’s date pays restaurant bill then complains about having to pay for it

A woman has turned to TikTok to express her frustration at a man who took her for a date, ghosted her and then accused her of using him financially.

In a viral clip that has since racked a million views, Nik (@__nikk1) explained how she had gone on a date with a man she met on a dating app.

Things got off to a great start – that was until the man ignored her proposal for a second date. He later responded and didn’t acknowledge his lack of replies.

When she quizzed his ‘ghosting’, he said he didn’t feel any urgency to see her again because she “excused [herself] when the check came for dinner and then also drinks.”

In a lengthy series of text messages, he expressed, “I hate when girls do that,”

“It’s exceptionally rude and cheap; and really disrespectful and I felt like you really didn’t care despite what I felt from you.”

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He later randomly dropped in that he “had a trust fund” – which Nik was unaware of.

“Just because I have a f***ing trust fund” doesn’t mean he “likes to use it to cover other girls drinks,” he said.

The date then told her how she “picked the restaurant; ordered what [she] liked, and then never offered to pay for it.”

“He picked the restaurant and made the reservation,” Nik hit back.

“Of course, I ordered what I liked. What am I going to do? Order something I don’t like?”

Naturally, hundreds of baffled TikTokers flocked to weigh in on the situation.

One pointed out his grammatical error: “My favorite new red flag I’ve discovered is when a man mixes up “woman” and “women”. They’re different words,” they said.

Another joked: “Wait are you telling me you ordered what you liked??? at dinner??? WHATTTT.”

Others picked up on his casual declaration that he allegedly had a trust fund.

“He 874% does not have a trust fund,” one commented.

Another couldn’t contain themselves at the comment: “Hahahahahah I’m dying “just because I have a trust fund”. He literally just wanted to bring that up.”

“Just because I have a trust fund doesn’t mean I want to use it to pay for girls drinks’. I’m crying what,” one added.

It sounds like she dodged a bullet.

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