Woman Shares Cruel Text She Mistakenly Received From Man She Was On First Date With

A woman on TikTok has gone viral for sharing a brutally cruel text she mistakenly received from a man she was on a date with. While the first message she received from the guy, named Seth, was simply him saying that he’d arrived at the location they were meeting up. However, just a moment later, she gets another text for him that was clearly meant for someone else, and it showed just what a POS the guy was.


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  1. At least she dodged a bullet. TikTok user @kersten.hovis decided to share the text on her page, and people immediately responded telling her how lucky she was to have received this accidental message so she didn’t waste a second of her time on this chump. But what did he do that was so bad?
  2. He really showed his true colors. Seth’s accidental message, meant for God only knows who, simply stated, “Headed that way, she’s bigger than I thought but holy **** her family is loaded.” So not only did he insult her appearance but he basically admitted that he was only going out with her because he somehow found out her family has money? What a scumbag.
  3. Yes, Kersten responded. Instead of just blocking the douche immediately and walking away before he could reach her, Kersten immediately texted back: “I’ll pray for ya bud.” She went on to say that she was meeting this guy as part of a double date with another couple and that in total, they spent less than 20 minutes together. How did things even go that far?!
  4. The clip has been watched more than 4.2 million times at the time of writing. It also has thousands of supportive comments from women who can understand how Kersten feels all too well since it seems like terrible things like this are all too common in modern dating. Receiving an accidental text like this may not be all that common, but it’s this kind of BS that makes trying to find love so annoying!
Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more. You can follow her on Twitter @jenniferlstill