THEY say food is the way to a man’s heart, but one man proved that to be wrong.
En fait, chef Micah Trainor claimed her Tinder match sent her the rudest messages about her weight and even accused her of faking her appearance.
Dans un screenshot of the supposed messages sent between Trainor and the potential love interest, the unnamed man said: “You should either stop being delusional about calories [ou] update your Tinder profile to post-pandemic pics.”
Trainor told the “idiot” man that all the photos were from during the pandemic, but he refused to believe her.
“You fat-fished me,” he accused.
“You want me to treat you like some goddess then go to the gym and earn that.”
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Trainor seemed amused rather than angry about the rude exchange, but viewers went off on the supposed conversation.
“I love when the abusers just show their true colors right out of the gate… saves so much time,” une personne a écrit.
“If this is how he acts on a first date, imagine how he acts in a relationship,” another noted with three red flag emojis.
“Bro that’s such concerning behavior omg,” a third shocked viewer added.
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A fourth user claimed that his behavior wasn’t even the first worrying trait about the guy.
À la place, the user said the fact that he uses an Android should have been the first red flag.
In the dating world, not using an iPhone can be seen as a bizarre trait and can potentially turn extra cautious people away from a potential suitor.
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But of course, using an Android does not automatically make the person actually problematic, just as using an iPhone does not make someone better than the next person.
Regardless of cell phone preference, people could certainly agree that Trainor is lucky she saw the true colors of the man early on.