Woman asked for REFUND from man after turning down second date!
A woman was left in hysterics when she went out with a guy, to be asked for a refund because she did not want to go on a second date.
Lucy Brown, 38, from London met a man on dating site Plenty of Fish shortly after coming out of a three-year relationship. They went on a date, they wined and dined, but Lucy felt that she wasn't interested in going on another date with him.
She told him this, and this is where things took a turn.
Obviously devastated with the news, and feeling a little used, the man sent this in reply:
Lucy took the guys watch home by mistake and as you can see, it was worth €20 and he wanted either the watch or the money back. He even left his bank details so she could transfer the money!
She thought it was hilarious and, after showing her whole office the text, sent this back:
Speaking to the Metro, Lucy said:
‘I have been a bit of a date monster [before my last relationship], but I’d only been on one other date with someone else before I met him.
‘When I got the text, I was crying with laughter – I honestly thought he was joking. But then I realised he was serious.
‘Everyone in my office has been snorting and crying with laughter at the text too.
‘People have just been like ‘oh my god, is he joking’ after seeing the message.
‘My life does feel a bit ridiculous at the moment. I just think ‘why me?'
'I am a bit surprised – how can he be so devastated about just one date?
‘I only ended up with his watch because we were both messing around and he was wearing my hat, so in return, he gave me it to wear.
‘When we both went to say goodbye we both forgot I still had his watch on.
‘I decided to pay him the £42.50 back for my share of the cost, but I also donated the same amount to a donkey sanctuary.
‘I saw a post on Facebook about them and I think they are such a lovely charity and they post really funny pictures.
‘He has since messaged back and he put ‘I feel like the donkey sanctuary has come out better from this situation’. I just text him back saying ‘eeyore’.’
Fair play. Good response. Let him know that she thought it was hilarious, humiliated him a little bit, but accepted his wishes and returned everything. She even managed to donate to charity in the process. Well done, Lucy!