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Woman Receives Vile List Of 'Feedback' After Failed Tinder Date
Dating is tough at the best of times, but one woman has shared a vile list of 'feedback' from a Tinder match three months on from their first - and only - disastrous date, and it will make your blood BOIL.
Kimberley Latham-Hawkesford, 24, from Morecambe, matched the man on the dating app, and after a week of messaging they decided to meet up for a casual date at a local Costa Coffee shop.
The date went well, and the man, who will remain anonymous, drove her to a pub in the Lake District to grab a bite to eat.
However, things quickly took a turn for the worse when he asked Kimberley if she would ever undergo cosmetic surgery and began to make recommendations where she should shop for clothes before they could consider a second date.
And when Kimberley offered to pay for the meal, the man kicked up a huge fuss and showed her his bank balance on his phone.
Speaking to LADbible Group, Kimberley called her Tinder match 'a snob and just generally a horrible person', adding that 'the date was just a disaster'. But three months on Kimberley recalled receiving an unexpected message from him.
Sent on Snapchat, it read: "Hello Kimberley, I know we went on a date quite a while ago now but I'd like to explain why I haven't messaged you.
"I feel like you could have made the date much better, here's a few reasons why. I apologise if I offend you."
The anonymous man then listed 15 different recommendations, which kicked off by commenting on her physical appearance.
He wrote: "If you lost some weight you would look incredible. Maybe a stone or so.
"You are very pale. I know you aren't a fan of the sun but a bit of fake tan wouldn't hurt.
"You have quite big boobs so you should show off your cleavage more.
"I think you need to wear clothes that suit your figure and maybe update your style slightly. Just so I'm not embarrassed to be seen with you."
He then makes contradictory suggestions, which include 'stop wearing make-up' and 'dye your hair a normal colour' but recommending lip fillers and hair extensions.
The man continued: "You need to dye your hair a normal colour and add extensions. Longer hair is much more attractive.
"You need to look more natural, stop wearing make up. Just make yourself look decent but don't overkill it.
"Your lips have gone down so you should think of getting more filler. I know you said you regretted it but filler would make you sexier."
And then - after his highly critical, unnecessary and downright rude feedback - he told her to ooze confidence and be more sensitive to others.
He said: "You need so much more confidence, confidence is sexy!
"The fact you take things slow makes you look like a prude. I didn't get a kiss which messed with my ego. Be more sensitive to others' feelings.
"When we got food, I know you got a salad but having full fat coke is more calories you don't need."
Finishing his post, he added: "You need to keep your past to a minimum. I don't care about it and what you went through.
"Get a sense of humour, you didn't laugh at a single one of my jokes.
"You just seemed a bit stuck up. Sort your personality out.
"You made me feel shit when you offered to pay. It's like you thought I didn't have enough money after telling you how much is in my account.
"You didn't compliment me once."
But probably the most shocking part of the message? That he actually thought he could get a second date.
"If you take these on board I might consider another date," the date conclude, "I will give you a month and get back in touch to see if this made a difference."
Understandably, Kimberley says that the message completely knocked her confidence but she somehow saw the funny side.
She explained: "At first I was absolutely mortified and it killed my confidence, but the more I read it the funnier it became. I couldn't understand how a guy could say such things to a woman."
Kimberley concluded: "My only tip for him is to respect women as his behaviour is disgusting." Hear, hear.
Featured Image Credit: Kimberley Latham-Hawkesford