A YOUNG woman is asking the internet if she’s in the wrong after her Bumble match switched up their date plans.
The woman, named Binta Elle, shared details of the bad date in a TikTok video, sparking a debate among viewers in the comments section.
A young woman named Binta Elle explained in a video how her Bumble match kept switching the plans on herCredit: TikTok/bintaelle
After her match switched the plans several times, she finally said she didn’t want to reschedule with himCredit: TikTok/bintaelle
She first explained that she and her date made plans to go out about a week in advance.
Then, on the day of the date, her match called her about three hours before they were going to meet up and asked if they could make it a double date.
Apparently, Elle’s match had run into a friend he hadn’t seen for a month, so he wanted to bring his friend along on their date.
But, Elle said her date later decided he wanted to go back to their original plans.
Her date tried to switch up plans again and asked if they could meet later, to which Elle said no since she has an early morning the following day.
Elle offered to reschedule their date, but her match said he could make the time work.
Finally, he asked to reschedule their date completely.
“Now honey, you’re not going to reschedule with me because it is a first date.
“If it was a second date, a little bit of leeway, but we don’t know each other, I don’t know you like that to grant you a little bit of leeway,” Elle said in the video.
Elle’s date then sent her a message that she said “really sent her off.”
It allegedly read: “I’m so sorry but I didn’t want to be out with my friend and leave for a date.”
To this, she replied: “No worries. We only made the plans a week ago. Respectfully, I’m not interested in rescheduling.”
Elle then sparked a debate in the comments section by asking: “Am I in the wrong?”
Several people backed up her Bumble match and said yes, she was in the wrong.
One wrote: “I don’t think it’s wrong to prioritize a best friend over someone you don’t know.
“I would reschedule with a man so fast if my BFF came into town.”
Another added: “I feel like he was trying to make it work.”
Someone else quipped: “I’m all for giving a guy a 2nd chance, I did and that guy is now my husband.”
However, an overwhelming amount of people were on Elle’s side.
“Not in the wrong. If he wanted to prioritize you he would. Good for you,” a comment read.
One commented: “Not in the wrong! There’s about 50 other ways he could have handled that that would have been respectful of your time.”
Another comment read: “NOPE! You were right in not rescheduling! No time for men like this.”
Some people thought Elle should’ve given her match another chance, but most people think he was in the wrongCredit: TikTok/bintaelle
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