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Woman applauded after issuing warning to men who are only going to ghost her

Emma Guinness

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Woman applauded after issuing warning to men who are only going to ghost her

Featured Image Credit: TikTok / @sam_d0ll

Ghosting is one of the worst things about modern dating, and the term really is what it says on the tin: disappearing without a trace.

Now, one woman, fed up with her suitors disappearing in this way, has won online praise after issuing them with a brutal warning.

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Taking to TikTok, Sam Doll opened up about an unfortunate incident that happened to her friend, revealing that she had been dating a man for two months when he suddenly went cold the night of a date.

She asked whether or not their date was still happening, and he explained that it very much was, he'd just fallen asleep - and he was going to make it up to her.

However, when it came to the apology date, he planned nothing and she ended up having to put it all together, only for him to cancel again.

This meant that she had gotten ready twice only for this man to bail.

Perhaps the worst thing about it all was that Sam's friend called the man out on ghosting the first time, only for him to choose to delay the inevitable, as she never heard from him again after their failed 'make up' date.

"This has happened to me before too," she revealed.

This inspired her to give a warning to any men who might be planning to pull a similar stunt.

This man pretended to be interested then ghosted anyway. Credit: TikTok / @sam_d0ll
This man pretended to be interested then ghosted anyway. Credit: TikTok / @sam_d0ll

"Why are you telling me you're not ghosting me if that's what you're doing?" Sam questioned.

"Do you think you're making yourself seem like less of an a**hole? Because ultimately the longer you lead me on, the more you're going to seem like an a**hole.

"And men, if you do nothing else right, do not make me get ready just to ghost me.

"Do not make me think that you're about to make things up to me with the best date of my life, and I'm getting ready... just to ghost me.

"Why are you building me up just to tear me down?"

Sam then said that she has a hope for people who do this - that they get 'stood up at the altar.'

She ended her video by insisting that if a person is going to ghost, they should just do it instead of pretending to be interested and doing it anyway.

Sam has issued a warning to ghosters. Credit: TikTok / @sam_d0ll
Sam has issued a warning to ghosters. Credit: TikTok / @sam_d0ll

Sam's warning won widespread praise online.

Reacting to her video, one viewer wrote: "Grown men ghosting rather than just saying they’re not interested is just embarrassing at this point."

"Ghosting after 2mos is crazy," added a second while a third suggested: "I feel like dating apps need a review section... Yelp for dates."

"I had a guy create this whole on-going story about his dad having a stroke," remarked a fourth, before pleading: "I worried about him for weeks! Just say you're not into me!!"

Has this ever happened to you? Let us know in the comments.

Topics: Sex and Relationships, TikTok

Emma Guinness
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