Choosing the perfect spot for your first date can be a tricky affair for obvious reasons and this next story regarding a couple’s outing gone wrong has raised plenty of eyebrows.
While most women would fancy dinner at a top fine dining eatery, some are forced to make do with what their lovers plan. And whether you like it or not, you just have to go with the flow sometimes.
One woman is sharing her recent first date experience with a man she adores. The duo ended up at the controversial Hooters eatery and now, netizens feel she needs to be mindful of the red flags such a choice entails.
The woman explained how the choice did take her by surprise. She was not expecting it but her man mentioned how the food and service are always top-notch so why not.
Hence, she went with the flow but later realized how bizarre she found it to be. There were women in skimpy outfits with big smiles and even bigger cleavages on display. Is this what a first date is supposed to look like?
Well, netizens don’t agree and are now advising the woman to run while she still can and before things get serious.
“Who shows up to Hooters with their date, and that too the first one?”- asked one netizen and many couldn’t help but agree.
Some were busy speaking about how the behavior was just not alright and therefore, she should not have gone in the first place. “It’s time you called your man out for his behavior. He should be knowing better”- added another.
Those who failed to see eye to eye with their lover claim this must be a usual spot for him to get other girls and if that is not a clear sign to leave her man, then they’re not sure what is. What do you think?
She should look further. Not a good sign.
He’s a dog move on,it gets worst from there next move is titty bars
On a first date, no I don’t think so. He might be trying to test you out to see how you would react and how much you would stand for. If you really like him and feel comfortable with it talk to him about how you feel. If you are not that into him just let him go. I myself like Hooters food but I don’t like the outfits that the girls wear or the looks that some of them give the men who come in there. I have had waitresses who were very respectful to the women that they served. If he paid attention to you and not the waitresses then don’t worry but if his eyes were on the women all the time I would look elsewhere.
If you go on a date to the beach you have 100 women in bikinis and no one calls you out on it. Same with cleavage at concerts and thongs at any resort so why be offended by 12 women serving you hot wings at a restaurant?