Dating isn't cheap! If you have a bad date, should you get your money back? A woman has shared an itemized invoice she received from a date she ghosted - and people are divided.
Amanda Burnett went on a date with a man and decided they weren't a match. She decided to stop texting him and ultimately ghost. A couple weeks later, she received a $40 invoice for her portion of the date.
In addition to the invoice, Burnett’s date sent a text that read: “And to avoid additional penalty or fines, have the invoice paid, otherwise it will be turned into a collection agency.”
She posted the entire exchange to Twitter and Instagram alongside the caption: “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 sh*t up.”
On the invoice, Burnett has been charged for a $10 Moscow Mule, a $10 beer, and pulled pork tacos which set her date back $14.50.
Her date also added an additional seven per cent sales tax of $2.56, a $1.99 processing fee, and a $0.47 fee for shipping and handling.
Many people have sided with the man. Since she just ghosted him, and didn't tell him she wasn't interested, people feel he deserves his money back.