His Date Took Advantage Of Him Paying For Dinner, And Then She Threw Up In His Car

She got Mac and cheese, steak, rice, shrimp, a fancy salad, and a margarita. Khalil thought a drink was a good idea, so he decided to order one, too.

After sipping on the margarita, his date finally started to open up and talk more. Khalil figured she was just shy, and the margarita helped soothe her nerves.

When she finished the margarita, Khalil encouraged her to order another. So she did, but then she proceeded to order three more.

“No, no, keep ordering. I didn’t want to pay my car or electric bill next month, anyway. Yeah, this is not free margaritas. This is not happy hour,” said Khalil.

Once she started downing the margaritas, she began to get a little too crazy. Suddenly, she was loud, talkative, and struggled to sit properly in her chair.

Khalil decided it was time to go. He dropped her off at home, but not before she left a present for him in his car. He zoomed in to reveal a splash of vomit on the floor of his car.

Clearly, there won’t be a second date!


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