Woman Takes Blind Date On Next Level, Takes 23 Relatives On First Date To Test The Man's Generosity
This Chinese woman decided to test her date's generosity and on her blind date tagged 23 of her relatives. Of course, the man freaked out as he was not aware of this arrangement and decided to flee the restaurant upon receiving the bill of $3000.
This Chinese woman's first date backfired really badly after she brought dozens of her relatives to the candle light dinner to test her date's generosity.
According to local reports, the woman allegedly showed up to the romantic dinner for two with 23 family members, turning the occasion into some sort of a family dinner.
The gamble on this risk was to test her man's generosity. But as expected the plan backfired miserably as she was left footing the $3000 bill after her would-be companion fled the restaurant upon receiving the bill. Poor bloke. It's understandable.
The unnamed woman had gone on the date in eastern Chinese province Zhejiang with a 29-year-old known as Mr. Lui, local newspaper Taizhou Evening News reports.
According to the news outlet, the blind date was set by the man's mom. Assuming that it will be only him and the day, the gentleman offered to pay for the dinner. Little did the poor had any idea the deal he was getting into.
The woman later told Chinese media that she'd wanted to test Mr Liu's generosity, inviting her gang of relatives along to see if her potential partner would be charitable enough to pay for 25 people to eat.
But obviously her plan backfired.
All of the expensive dishes and alcohol the relatives had gorged on added up to 19,800 (£2,291) extra onto the evening, but eventually the woman had to take care of it herself.
According to reports, the duo reached a consensus that the man will pay a small part of the meal and the rest will be paid by the woman and her guests.
This bizarre new also sparked a decade-old debate on dos and don'ts of a blind date.
Commenting online, one person wrote: "Men should pay out of courtesy. But bring 23 people to the meal is unacceptable."
Another person added: "If they like each other after the date, then the man should pay. If not, they should go Dutch."
Someone else said: "Usually the woman would bring one or two friends in case it gets awkward. We as gentlemen should pay. If the woman bring seven or eight people, you should just leave. She wasn't genuine anyway."