glass on table with caption 'Are Females this Savage Now a days??' (l&r) Applebee's restaurant (c)

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‘How much money do you make?’: Woman shames man for taking her to Applebee’s on first date

‘Never again are you going to take me again. Applebee’s is not acceptable.’

 

Braden Bjella

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A man on TikTok filmed an interaction he had during a date, on which the woman appears to shame him for choosing Applebee’s as a date location.

“How much money do you make?” asks the woman at the beginning of the video. “I don’t want to seem interested in money and stuff, but I just want to come out from the get-go and tell you, like, … I’m not a gold digger or anything, but I just don’t go out with broke boys.”

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The man says he makes enough money.

“I know you just took me to Applebee’s. I get it, maybe you don’t want to take me to the most fanciest place, like, on the first date, but never again are you going to take me again,” she continues. “Applebee’s is not acceptable.”

“Are Females this Savage Now a days??” user @luckyyyyluciano1 asked in the text overlaying the video. 

The TikTok currently has over 3.7 million views.

@luckyyyyluciano1 I should of just stayed with my babymomma lol #FlexEveryAngle #fypシ #parati ♬ original sound – LuckyyyLuciano1

In the comments section, viewers said if they were asked such a series of questions, the date would not have lasted for much longer.

“Damn the thought of leaving her stuck with the bill has never crossed my mind so fast…..” wrote one user.

“I would’ve went to the restroom and dipped lmao,” agreed another.

“I would’ve told the waiter to split the check pls,” offered a third.

Apparently, the woman in the video saw the original TikTok and texted @luckyyyyluciano1.

@luckyyyyluciano1 Replying to @rojotrap #FlexEveryAngle #fypシ #parati ♬ All I Do Is Win x DJ Khaled x DB99 – Samoan Prince 🇼🇸🇼🇸🇼🇸

In the text interaction, the woman called @luckyyyyluciano1 “[not] a gentleman” and claimed that posting the video was “messed up.” In response, @luckyyyyluciano1 humorously claimed that posting the video was an “accident,” to which the woman responded in confusion.

“It’s not my fault all those broke guys are mad in the comments…and those girls that are happy with a $5 burger,” she wrote.

“Smh,” @luckyyyyluciano1 answered.

Commenters continued to side with @luckyyyyluciano1.

“When I met my husband he didn’t have 2 pennies to rub together,” recalled a user. “Now we have several cars, a house & in the process of raising the last of 5 kids.”

The Daily Dot reached out to @luckyyyyluciano1 via TikTok comment.

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