WHEN a Florida woman arranged a date with a man she met online, she thought they might be a good fit: he was engaging, friendly, and seemed eager to meet her in person.

But from the first few minutes of their in-person interaction, he began complaining about everything, from the $14 total cost of their outing to the price of the gas he used to get there.


Caysie, who only uses her first name online, recounted the grueling ordeal to her TikTok followers, recording a summary of the date while sitting in her car.

The man Caysie was messaging had been chatting with her for several weeks before they decided to meet up in person.

"He asked me where we wanted to go," Caysie recalled.

When she suggested mini golf as a fun first date idea, her would-be suitor seemed pleased with the idea.

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Caysie clearly remembers that her date chose the venue.

"He said 'let's go to this one,'" she recalled, and sent her the address of a local mini-golf attraction.

Prior to their date, Caysie said, the man spoke at length about his "financial freedom" and impressive income.

When he showed up in a sparkling new Audi, Caysie wasn't shocked – but that made the man's next move even more surprising.

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At the front desk, the cashier read their total: $14, less than ten dollars per person, and far less than either would've spent on a dinner date.

"My date looks at me and was like '$14? I just can't believe minigolf is so expensive these days,'" Caysie recalled.

While she and the cashier looked at each other awkwardly, Caysie offered to pay, but the man begrudgingly forked over the money.

Then, the employee asked which of the two themed courses the pair would like to do, and Caysie's date steamrolled over her, asking for her choice then insisting on the opposite.

Things didn't get any better on the putting green.

"One of the first things he asked me was 'Have you seen Star Wars?'" Caysie divulged.

When Caysie admitted she hadn't, the man lost his temper.

"'Why are we on this date right now?'" he asked.

"He got really mad," she remembered, and spent a full 30 minutes complaining and haranguing her because of this "shortcoming."

According to Caysie, the man said, "'You're so uncultured, you haven't seen Star Wars, I can't believe this.'"

She tried to redirect the conversation but ultimately focused on the golf game, sinking several holes in one on the course.

This made her date angry, too.

"'You practiced before we got here,'" he accused her. Caysie was shocked by the paranoia and insecurity but tried to continue having fun.

When the date was over, and the pair walked to their cars, Caysie felt a sense of relief: the nightmare date was finally over.

Her charming suitor threw out one more obnoxious comment before they parted ways.

His parting words were, "'Guess I'll drive home now even though gas in my car is super expensive.'"

Remembering his endless complaints, Caysie had an outburst of her own. "I didn't know you lived far away, you chose this place!" she said to the camera.

Commenters were aghast at the man's actions and filled Caysie's replies with red flag emojis – not that she needed the warning this late in the game.

"People who always talk about money or how they make so much, typically have no financial stability," one commenter theorized.

"Guess he'll drive home?! What did he want to do? Teleport?" asked another.

One viewer summed up the man's behavior, slotting him neatly into an archetype many people in the dating scene know all too well.

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"This sounds like a guy who calls himself a 'nice guy' and then wonders why it never works out," she wrote.

"Oh 100 percent," Caysie responded.


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