TikToker Kersten Hovis from the US, took to the app over the weekend to share a text exchange between herself and a man she went on a date with called Seth.
Just as the date was getting started, Seth accidentally sent her a message that was intended for his friend.
The message said, "She's bigger than I thought but holy s**t her family is loaded."
Kersten questioned whether he'd meant to send the message to her and when he confessed his mistake, she asked him to turn the car around and take her back home.
The TikTok user jokingly captioned the post, "The reality of dating in 2020," revealing in the comments the date happened last year when asked why she was dating in person in the midst of a pandemic.
Kersten shared more of the story in a follow-up video, explaining they were just 10 minutes into their date when it happened.
"I look at him, I'm like, 'You didn't mean to send me that, did you?'" she explained.
She then had him take her home, adding, "I just told him how immature he was and how shallow he was and I knew that was why he was still single."
Later, Kersten responded back via text saying, "I'll pray for ya bud."
Luckily, the message didn't hurt her, with the TikToker telling her followers, "I don't expect myself to be a twig, I have some thighs, that's ok, I love that about myself."
"If anything it just let me know what I deserve even more," she said.
"This makes me rage," one commenter wrote. "But also the fact that you responded so gracefully? You're a queen and you will find better."
"Honestly I'm grateful for [you] that he showed his true colours that early," someone else added.
"Disgusting," another said. "I can't believe I'm attracted to men knowing they have the capability to act this way."
"Shows a lot about his character. You're gorgeous," someone else said.
Others commented that it was bad enough that he was texting and driving at the same time.
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