Girl Shares TikTok About Her Female Friend Kicking Down A Door Because She Didnt Send Text Confirming Everything Was Okay On Her Tinder Date
The biggest challenge of online dating is meeting the person in person. While online dating can be a great way to connect with people and explore potential relationships, it can be difficult to trust the other person when you haven't met in person.
One challenge is the potential for misrepresentation. Online, people can easily create a false identity and misrepresent their age, interests, or other personal information. Meeting in person can help to confirm the other person's identity and determine if there is a real connection.
TikToker @halfgoth was aware of the risks of dating someone she met on Tinder, so she let her best friend know when and where she was going and what her plans were. Unfortunately, the date went so well that she forgot to tell her best friend that she would be spending the night with her date, and then her phone died!
This left her friend very worried, as it would be natural for them to think the worst had happened when their friend had gone off the radar with no contact. Unfortunately, the phone pinged the poster's last known location inside a dumpster, so her best friend was filled with panic and immediately rushed to her rescue.
Unbeknownst to her, the TikToker was contentedly asleep after a great date. Suddenly, there was an explosive BANG, startling both the TikToker and her date awake.
As it turned out, the sound was coming from the door, which had been kicked in by the alarmed best friend.
TikToker @halfgoth was aware of the risks of dating someone she met on Tinder, so she let her best friend know when and where she was going and what her plans were.
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nfortunately, the date went so well that she forgot to tell her best friend that she would be spending the night with her date, and then her phone died!
The people on TikTok are amused by the heroic acts of their best friend.
“Thats a good friend, also I’m jealous I’ve always wanted to kick in a door,” one person wrote in the comment section.
“Good friend, right call! you better have gotten her food!” another added.
“WHAT A FREAKING ANGEL,” said a third.
Of course, it wouldn’t be the internet without some Hot Tips From Strangers:
“As a tinder boy who’s had this same experience. Bro please just ask for a charger. I got extra. That door is coming outta my security deposit,” one lad pointed out fairly.
Someone else stated, “It's all of you letting your phones die that's causing this issue. I always have a backup charger with me wherever I go,” implying that the real issue is not the abundance of creepy men but rather the lack of phone battery life.
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Online dating can be a bit of a minefield for women. From the benevolent: 'Oh, he looks nice, but I'm not sure if I'm attracted to him' to the downright life-threatening: 'Oh my god, he looks like a serial killer!'
It doesn't stop there, either. Trying to decipher whether someone is actually genuine or just trying to get into your pants can be a tricky endeavor. Then there are the bad date stories - from the 'He just talked about himself the whole night' to the 'He was a total creep, and I had to run out of the date!'
Let's not even get started on all the unsolicited photos and messages that come through. It's no wonder why so many women are hesitant to try online dating!
However, if you find a guy you think about meeting in person, let your friends know, and make arrangements for reactions if the date goes bad.