He figured he would at least get brunch alone if she ended up standing him up for their date. 10 minutes before their date was supposed to start, he finally heard from her.
She claimed to have just been waking up, and she said she would get ready quickly and then go to church.
He pointed out to her that they had agreed to meet up for their brunch date at 10:30. So, he arrived at the brunch spot, sat down, and ate all alone.
When he was done, he drove back home, and around noon, this girl texted him to ask where he was.
He replied that he was home and that she never showed up for the date that they had organized.
“If you can’t respect my time, I don’t see a reason for us to keep talking any further,” he texted back to her.
He wished her the best, and she got back to him claiming that she understood but that she does go to church every single Sunday and they could have hung out after she was done there.
He’s left wondering if he’s mean for cutting her off after this or if he should have waited around for her.
What do you think?
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