Woman gets revenge on Tinder date who called her ugly – and agrees to meet
A woman has revealed the totally savage way she got her own back on men who hurled abuse at her on Tinder.
The online dater opened up about the issue on Reddit where she told people that men often "called her names" and "wished her rape".
It finally got to the point where she's had enough of "rude" men trying to get her down so she hatched a plan to get revenge.
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She took to Reddit to tell people how she managed to get her own back on the blokes who did her wrong.
Posting on Reddit, the singleton wrote: "Anytime I went to Tinder in the past, I sometimes ended up matching ultra rude men who were very offended by my lack of excitement about sleeping with them and hence resorted to calling me names, wishing me rape, death etc.
"You know, all the basic stuff.
"So I came up with this superb idea how to deal with them and so far it's brought me lots of fun instead and hopefully taught them a lesson.
"I'd suddenly act very interested, apologise constantly and tell them to 'come over.'
"Little did they know I sent them across the whole city, to random fake address and gave them fake/burner number.
"The frustrated word salad they muster up when they find out they won't be getting their d**k wet after calling a woman 'f***ing ugly bitch' 20 times is pure bliss.
"At least they had a nice trip to cool off their head. Recommended."
The idea has left people a bit divided with some people finding the plot quite funny, but others thinking it needed a little more work.
Many pointed out the same flaw in the plan, and some people also said the best place to send the trolls were to the "police station".
One person said: "Just please: make sure it's not a real residential address and real (personal, at least) phone number.
"Please don't put someone else at risk when they get enraged."
A second commented: "Send them to an empty lot (or the local dump?), and give them the number from the last telephone scam you received!
"You could also sign their phone number up for sweepstakes so they get a bunch of scam calls.
"Also could send them to a police station, but nowhere that they might actually decide to go ape shit and hurt someone."
A third added: "Send them to each other."
Meanwhile, a fourth said: "Please use a police station's address, not a residential one.
"God forbid they knock on some poor soul's door and take out their rage on someone else."
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