Man judges woman for her looks – but his cruel comments spectacularly backfire

A stunning young woman decided to give online dating a shot – but was quickly turned off from the experience.

Brittany Lauren downloaded a dating app after moving to a new area.

The singleton was looking for love but instead became engaged in a conversation with a man called Rob – and things didn’t go well.

Having matched with the suitor on Hinge, a dating app which allows you to upload photos and answer questions to facilitate a match, she received a message from him.

Brittany said that the initial message he sent was a backhanded compliment – something she claims she has received “pretty often”.

The man, Rob, said: "Damn you are stunning but I'm afraid you'd spend more time drinking/parting/on Insta than in a relationship lol."

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Speaking to Bored Panda, Brittany said she knew “right away what he was attempting to do”.

She said that she recognised the tactic as “negging” – a negative judgement disguised as a compliment in order to make the person feel undermined and as though they need to earn approval.

Brittany decided to reverse the man’s tactic and aim it right back at him.

She agreed with Rob, causing him to say: "Lol who says you can't judge someone based off a couple pics haha."

He was then made to regret his comments as Brittany tore him apart with a harsh snap judgement.

She began: "I'm pegging you as someone who is extremely insecure."

Britanny then said: “In relationships you probably have extreme jealousy issues and are controlling.”

“The girls you date probably aren't allowed to go out and have fun because 'girls night' are just excuses for them to cheat on you.”

Brittany didn’t stop there, writing: “You've been burned by someone in the past and now use that as a reason to attempt to gaslight every potential partner that you might have – because women are all evil and terrible and you're just a 'nice guy'.

"Also, your profile says 5'9" but I'm willing to bet money that you're 5'7" in heels. How'd I do, Rob?"

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The young woman has now deleted all dating apps and is living by “old school tactic of waiting for a man to approach me in the produce section of Whole Foods”.

When she posted the conversation to Reddit, Brittany found solidarity with many women who shared their own experiences of the ‘Rob’s’ in their own lives.

One said: "C'mon Rob! How'd she do? Rob? ROB?? Oh dear god… Oh he's definitely dead."

Another added: "So you can''t drink, party or be on Insta AND be in a relationship with Rob at the same time?"

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