Some people just can’t take a hint. And when a woman went out with a man an Indiana man, he kept giving her hint after hint. But her downfall was assuming that the man was a gentleman. It was their first date, and she figured that he was going to pay for their experiences. But days later, she checked her mailbox after returning home that evening and found a letter from the man she had dated. When she opened up the envelope, she saw a surprising thing. He had sent her an invoice for their first date!
After she received the invoice for the date, she snapped a picture of it and shared it online. He felt he was within his rights to invoice her for half their meal because she was not attracted to him and didn’t want to see him again.
The photo of the invoice shows how the Indiana man tried to charged Amanda Burnett for everything she ate and drank during the meal. And like a contractor’s invoice, you’ll see how he itemized everything and matched it with their corresponding prices.
Although Burnett, 23, is furious that her date sent her a bill, social media users are not so quick to join her side. Some people feel that she should pay for her food especially since she refused to answer his calls or texts after their date. Because the woman had “ghosted” him after he took her out and bought her dinner, he felt disrespected. The least she could have done was have the courage to tell him that she was not interested.
When she posted the invoice online, Burnett wrote, “A guy just mailed me a bill for our dinner a few weeks ago because I didn’t text him back… I can’t make this s**t up.”
The couple dined at a brewery called The Tap, which is located in Indianapolis. The slighted date then lists everything that Amanda devoured asking to be reimbursed.
In short, the wronged man asks Burnett to pay him back for a $10 Moscow Mule, a $10 beer, and $14.50 for an order of Smoked Hickory Barbeque Pulled Pork Tacos.
Her date did not miss a single detail. He included sales tax for her share, which includes $2.56, plus a processing fee of $1.99 and shipping and handling of $0.47 via USPS.
The date asked Amanda to pay $39.52 for her half of the bad date.
But the Indiana man went one step further. After mailing the invoice, he sent Amanda a text informing her that she would face penalty fees and late fees if she didn’t pay her bill. And if she refused him, he threatened to bring her non-compliance to a “collection agency.”
Although Burnett feels that she is right and her slighted date is wrong, social media users are divided.
“Amanda he’s obviously not looking actually to be paid, but you were not having the decency to text ‘thanks but it’s not going to work out’ is just dumb,” one user commented.
“Can’t say I blame him,” a woman wrote.