A woman shared an unfortunate dating experience which came to an end after her date JFGI'd her medication he found in her bathroom.
TikToker Chloe, who goes by the username @bitchcraft444, recently shared a text exchange with a man she had gone on a date with.
The five-second video captured Chloe laughing at a screenshot of the text exchange.
While Chloe began the conversation innocently enough, simply asking "hey, how's your evening", she was not prepared for what her date had to say in response.
As Chloe joked in the video's caption:
"Not even a good morning!"
Instead, this mystery date inquired about something he'd found in Chloe's bathroom.
"Hey, not to be rude and this is super awkward of me."
"The other night was fun but I googled the tablets you left on your bathroom sink.”
“Super invasive I know, but it said they were anti-psychotics."
“You’re not mentally ill are you?"
"Just a turn off and I wouldn’t want to go further if so.”
Many of the video's seven million viewers expressed their disgust at the man's question, with many stating Chloe seemed to have dodged a bullet.
In a follow up video, Chloe revealed she suffers from BPD—an acronym that is used for both borderline personality disorder and bi-polar disorder—but also poked fun at herself and how she deals with unfortunate moments like this one.
The 15-second video featured Chloe having a conversation between her BPD and her "wise mind".
As accompanied by a back-and-forth overlay, Chloe's wise mind eventually told her borderline personality disorder that she had abandonment issues, and needed to stop going into panic mode.
While Chloe's followers were amused by her handling of her predicament, most of them were still curious as to how she responded to her rude date's even ruder text.
Eventually appeasing their curiosity, Chloe posted another follow up video featuring a screenshot of the same text exchange.
Only this time, it included her reply, and his subsequent reaction.
WARNING: NSFW language
With Chloe just barely visible in the lower corner of the six second video, the screenshot of the conversation captured Chloe replying "you googled my pills?"
As Chloe stated in the video's caption, his response was "not the reply [she] was expecting."
"Didn't want to end up taking [sic] with another crazy chick and turns out you are."
"Couldn't even answer my question on whether you have mental illness, obviously some gaslighting sh*t right there."
If this guy didn't make the best impression in her earlier video, he in no way redeemed himself in this follow up.
In spite of what seemed a definitive "good bye", there was one more message seen from this king of bad dates at the end of the text chain.
He seemed to have become aware of Chloe's earlier TikTok videos, leaving one last message for Chloe.
"Putting me on your tt now lol."
It's unclear how he found out about Chloe's videos, but Chloe shared a subsequent video that might hold the key.
The nine-second video began with a close up of Chloe eating potato chips, accompanied by the overlay:
"*posts harmless video on a bad dating experience."
It was followed by a speedy montage of multiple publications, including The Independent and The Sun, which reported on Chloe's experience.
Chloe reappeared at the end of the video, lip-synching to a pre-recorded voice as she declared "I thought it would be funny."
However Chloe feels about the international attention, TikTok seems to be thrilled her date's behavior is being shared for all the world to see.
Maybe the international coverage he's receiving will be what it takes to teach this man to be a bit more sensitive and empathetic going forward.