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There are bad dates, and then there’s this girl’s date with a man named Tony. While most bad dates simply end with both people deleting each other on Bumble and moving on with their lives hoping to never have an awkward run-in again, this date will live forever because Twitter user Kelly Fine live tweeted the entire thing in all its glory.
“I don’t look at menus,” is officially the only way I’m beginning my meals out from this point forward.
Nothing screams “power moves only” like telling a restaurant that their food is going to be a “major problem.”
And go against his trademark move of not looking at menus? Nah, he good.
One can only hope she’s going straight for the sake as a one-way ticket to Blackout City in an effort to forget about this guy.
How many times does this guy have to explain? He. doesn’t. look. at. menus.
Well how else is he supposed to know what’s on the menu if she doesn’t dictate it to him?
Ugh, I need to know how he started/ended that sentence.
This guy definitely ate at Zushi Puzzle in The Marina.
He. doesn’t. look. at. fucking. menus.
Something tells me that he won’t listen.
Well of course, that’s how the native San Franciscans do it.
Please do not act surprised that he does this. I could’ve guessed that had you given me an opportunity.
“Don’t just look at it – eat it.”
ANSWER THE QUESTION.
The world needs men like Tony in it, if for no other reason than their pure entertainment value while getting blasted on Twitter. Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to go introduce myself to a cigarette after that whole ordeal. .