First date ranges can be an incredibly frightful and exciting time. You never know very well what kind of person your time is going to be – and if you’re occurring your private, it can be hard to get a sense of whether they’ll be a very good fit for you personally.

Thankfully, one woman identified herself kept by a catastrophic first particular date by a stranger who handed her a note warning her to ‘run’ after she noticed too many warning flags during their restaurant meeting. Twitting user Hadia S shared an image of the communication on her bank account over the weekend, which has been written relating to the back of a classic CVS receipt.

What Hadia don’t expect was for the note to get viral. Her tweet comes with since racked up more than 333, 500 likes, almost 30, 1000 retweets and thousands of opinions from wondering users.

Some users commended the stranger’s hard work, while others had been sceptical about the impromptu dating help and advice. A few even wondered if the man have been a scammer, given that he didn’t appear to need to conform to her needs for his number.

In any case, Hadia says she had taken the day as a learning opportunity, and that she eventually chose against aborting it because she desired to ‘debate’ the mystery guy on subject areas that they disagreed about. Despite the warnings, she said she had a lot of entertaining on their first of all date.

It’s a pity that the woman’s tweet went virus-like, but it demonstrates social media is full of people who have had comparable experiences — and that we’re all just dreaming about a better the next day. Hopefully, this story has trained us all to always be prepared for the unexpected.

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