She agreed to go out with him, too, and they wound up visiting a bar that was pretty crowded.
“And I didn’t really know the guy that well, so I put it [the drink over] on,” she recalled.
At that point, she was shocked to realize that the guy kind of started making a big deal about it. Then, he even said, “Don’t you trust me?”
“I freaked out when he said that,” she revealed.
Afterward, the vibe between them felt pretty awkward, and she tried to point out how there were a ton of people she didn’t know at the bar. So, she claimed she would rather be safe than sorry.
Still, the guy apparently didn’t let it go, and after a while, he actually grabbed her cup and ripped the drink cover off!
This made her extremely uncomfortable. So, she decided to just pay for her drink, leave the bar, and protect herself.
Since the date went wrong, though, she has started to question her decision. And now, she’s been left wondering whether putting a drink cover on her cup during a first date with a guy was actually the wrong thing to do.
Do you agree that it was better to be safe than sorry? Why do you think the guy acted so weird when she was just trying to protect herself? Would that have made you feel uncomfortable, also? Did she do the right thing by heading home afterward?
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