A YOUNG woman is asking the internet if she’s wrong after her bumble match changed her date plans.
The woman, named Binta Elle, shared details of the bad date in a TikTok video, sparking debate among viewers in the comments section.
She first explained that she and her date had made plans to go out about a week in advance.
Then, on the day of the date, her partner called her about three hours before the meeting and asked if they could make it a double date.
Apparently, Elle’s match had met a friend he hadn’t seen in a month, so he wanted to bring his friend to their date.
But Elle said her date later decided he wanted to go back to their original plans.
Her date tried again to change plans and asked if they could meet up later, which Elle declined as she has an early morning the next day.
Elle offered to postpone their date, but her match said he could make time work.
Eventually, he asked to reschedule her appointment entirely.
“Well honey, you’re not going to reschedule me because it’s a first date.
“If it was a second date, a little slack, but we don’t know each other, I don’t know you like giving yourself a little slack,” Elle said in the video.
Elle’s date then texted her saying she was “really dumped.”
It reportedly read, “I’m so sorry, but I didn’t want to go out with my boyfriend and go on a date.”
To which she replied: “Don’t worry. We only made the plans a week ago. With all due respect, I’m not interested in a postponement.”
Elle then sparked debate in the comments section by asking, “Am I wrong?”
Several people supported her Bumble match saying yes she was wrong.
One wrote: “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with putting a best friend ahead of someone you don’t know.
“I’d be so quick to rebook with a guy if my BFF came to town.”
Another added, “I have a feeling he was trying to make it work.”
Another quipped, “I’m totally in favor of giving a guy a second chance, I did and that guy is my husband now.”
However, an overwhelming amount of people sided with Elle.
“Not wrong. If he wanted to prioritize you, he would. Good for you,” read one comment.
One commented: “Not wrong! There’s about 50 other ways he could have handled it, which would have been respect for your time.”
Another comment read: “NO! You were right not to reschedule the appointment! No time for such men.”
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