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Writing on Reddit, the woman explained she was shocked over what had happened, especially considering all he ordered was two bowls of soup.
"Literally just walked in the door after a dumb date. It was going alright until the waitress asked what we would like to eat and began pulling out a menu for me. He interrupted her to order us - get this - two bowls of soup with croutons," she wrote.
"I was so stunned guys, I literally ate the f**king soup I was flabbergasted. What would ever make someone think, especially on a first date with a new person, that you know what they want to eat?
"I stopped by Dairy Queen on the ride home because I'm a fat b**ch and soup ain't enough. I mentioned the date to another male friend, and he thought the guy was just being nice. Which made me realize maybe my male friends are kinda sh***y, too.
"Edit: for the recurring questions, we had discussed finances briefly before, his research job pays well, he wanted to pay because he's the man, and he chose the location. I'm not a fancy chick, def just wanted the chips and salsa instead of soup lmao."
Other Reddit users were shook that the date decided to order on her behalf, with one person commenting: "I would politely walk out on a date if someone did that to me. It’s a massive red flag for controlling behaviour which is a huge no for me."
While another said: "Plus what if you have allergies or something? The presumption of it!"
And a third added: "I had someone try this before on a first (and last) date. They ordered two hamburgers and I don’t even eat beef.
I said 'wow, you must be really hungry to order two!' And then just ordered what I wanted, lol."
A fourth added: "That wouldn't even pass with my wife, at a place we always go to, even if she orders the same thing all the time."
We would not be happy with this! What do you think?
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