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Woman Reveals Her Date Tried Calling Her A ‘C**t’ Behind Her Back

‘I see it as a bit of a red flag!’ Woman reveals her date tried to call her a ‘c**t’ behind her back – but accidentally sent HER the lewd text while parking her car

  • TikTok user Molly Hair posted a screenshot of the conversation in her viral video
  • The mystery man was waiting for them to arrive for their first meeting when he texted his friend, “Waiting for this c**t. I took a pinch for the confidence’
  • He understood his mistake before Molly did and immediately apologized
  • When Molly realized what had happened, she canceled their date and drove home
  • The man continued to apologize and try to change Molly’s mind, but she thought his derogatory language and persistence were both red flags.


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A woman has revealed that her first date tried to call her a “c**t” behind her back but accidentally sent the raw text to her instead of his boyfriend.

TikTok user Molly Hair posted a screenshot of the conversation in her viral video, which was ironically set to an audio clip of Ava Watson’s song “I Found a Guy Told Me I Was a Star.”

“Chivalry is alive #firstdatefail,” Molly captioned the clip, which has been viewed more than 4.5 million times since it was posted this weekend.

Big mistake!  TikTok user Molly Hair has revealed that her first date tried to call her a 'c**t' behind her back but accidentally sent her the lewd text message

Big mistake! TikTok user Molly Hair has revealed that her first date tried to call her a ‘c**t’ behind her back but accidentally sent her the lewd text message

The mystery man was waiting for them to arrive for their first meeting when he texted his friend, “Waiting for this c**t. I took a sniff for the confidence.’

He understood his mistake before Molly did and immediately apologized by writing, “Omg I was kidding a friend, I’m just leaving.” He added two face palm emojis for good measure.

‘What? Am I the c**t?’ Molly asked when she realized what had happened.

Her date tried to come back and claimed it was just a “joke.”

“Omg, I don’t really think I’m joking too much, I say something like that just to say it,” he insisted. “I totally understand when this is over.”

Molly agreed that their relationship was over before it even started.

Awkward: The mystery man was waiting for her to arrive for their first meeting when he texted, “Waiting for this c**t.” He understood his mistake before Molly did and immediately apologized

“Yeah, to be honest I don’t feel comfortable meeting you anymore,” she replied. “I just don’t really feel it’s okay to call women that, even as a joke, and I kind of see it as a red flag sorry! I’m sorry, I’m sorry, but I get it.’

Molly posted the conversation using the app’s green screen effect, and some commenters desperately demanded that she get her head out of the way so they could read the rest of the lyrics.

‘Ma’am, respectfully. Move,” one person wrote, while another added, “Molly… Move.”

‘Hi Molly, you seem very nice! Not me [mean] to be rude here, but can you please move your head?!?’ someone else asked. ‘Thank you!!!’

In her full-screen video follow-up, Molly admitted that she didn’t expect the post to be “so bloated.”

Exclaimed: Molly also shared screenshots of his follow-up messages begging her to give him another chance

Exclaimed: Molly also shared screenshots of his follow-up messages begging her to give him another chance

Exclaimed: Molly also shared screenshots of his follow-up messages begging her to give him another chance

Moving on: The man continued to apologize and try to make Molly change his mind, but she thought his derogatory language and persistence were both red flags

Moving on: The man continued to apologize and try to make Molly change his mind, but she thought his derogatory language and persistence were both red flags

Moving on: The man continued to apologize and try to make Molly change his mind, but she thought his derogatory language and persistence were both red flags

“So this is for a first date,” she explained. “I was parking. I was about to go in when I got those first messages. At first I was confused and didn’t really understand what he was saying, and when I realized what was going on, I immediately drove off.”

Molly said the man tried to call her when she texted him not to meet him on their date.

“So he kept trying to contact me. I was probably far too nice to turn him down,” she admitted. ‘The social worker in me just wants to help people learn from their mistakes and grow. I probably should have just ignored him.’

Molly also shared screenshots of his follow-up messages begging her to give him another chance.

“Finally I just started ignoring him when he didn’t get that message,” she said. “I see that persistence as a red flag.”

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