TikTok Influencer Who Thinks She Is VIP Roasted As ‘High Maintenance’ For Saying Coffee and Walks Aren’t Acceptable Date Options

Posted by Sama in Cringey On 25th May 2021
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The woman gets roasted on social media after she points out the do's and dont's of the first date and is being labeled 'high maintenance after she tells her followers that coffee and walks are a big no for a first date. Not only this but she clears that the man has to make a clear effort to get positive marks from her and paying for the first, second, or the third date is done only by the men.

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A woman on TikTok is facing criticism for her bizarre assessment of what constitutes an acceptable first date.

The video clip which has gone viral is titled 'NO to zero effort men' and has been posted by makeup artist Kornelija Slunjski who keenly tells her followers: “I do not accept a coffee or a walk as a possible date option.”

She elaborates: “First of all, I’m not a dog that needs to be walked. Second, I have a Nespresso machine at home – works fabulous [sic].”

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She then clarifies: “We’re not doing drinks either,” adding: “You’re going to try to get me drunk and take me back home.”

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Now that the woman has got everything canceled for the first date, one wonders if there anything she’ll agree to? Well yes, just about. Dinner.

The video was posted by the makeup artist on her TikTok account but it got viral on social media and was later reported on Reddit under the forum Cringetopia.

The clip was shared by one user with the caption: “McDonald’s it is.”

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The post has gone viral on the Reddit platform too with fellow Redditors slamming Slunjski for peddling “high maintenance cringe.”

One wrote: “Cringe, Hope she never gets in a relationship.”

Many voiced their outrage at the “audacity” of her demands.

A third commented: “Seriously, just appreciate it if someone takes you on a walk, it’s nice! Just being with someone in the form of a drink or a walk is good for a first date.”

In the rest of the video Slunjski, who goes by the pseudonym Koko Beaute, details the structure of her ideal rendez-vous.

“You’re going to pick me up, we’re going to come to the restaurant,” she says.

“We’re going to see your table manners, we’re going to see what you order, we’re going to see [if] you hold your chopsticks correctly.

“We’re just going to… study you a bit. Okay?”

She ends her monologue: “So dinner it is,” followed by what can only be described as a smug smile.

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Reddit is not the only platform that called the woman high maintenance in fact the woman got the same title on TikTok too.

Addressing the condemnation in another TikTok clip, she says: “I mean, I understand that you guys say dinner is high maintenance, but that’s just like… what I’m used to, you know?”

Oh, and it is worth pointing out here that the woman was giving all these lessons while opening a bottle of wine in a private jet.

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In another clip, the extravagant lady is seen explaining to her followers who should be paying for the dinner date if they are even lucky enough to get a date with her.

“Where I come from, and that is Europe (Croatia), men pay for the first, second, third or whatever... like all the dates,” she says.

“And I’m not going to change my mind about this. That’s how I was brought up.”

She then stresses: “I could never be with a guy who makes me pay for my meal on the first date.”

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To add here, the woman is not done yet and in a fourth clip, she explains how she responds to men who describe her high maintenance.

“My first reaction is, ‘Oh my god this really hurt,” she says while pretending to cry.

“My second reaction is, ‘You’re obviously not the man for me, sir.”

She then addresses her audience, saying: “Ladies, never lower your standards for a man who cannot rise up to them.”

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The video has gone viral and the majority of people are not happy with the first date demands that the woman has laid out. In fact, one fellow TikToker replied cuttingly that it’s not “high maintenance” the video demonstrates.

“It’s a lack of social awareness, lack of emotional intelligence, and lastly immaturity,” he said.

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