Cash Tinder: Man Asks for Money Back After Failed Date

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LONDON, ENGLAND - Even with all the dating apps in the palm of our hands finding love can still lead to a dead end road. The whole ordeal has inspired a woman in London to start a blog, No Bad Dates, Just Good Stories.

28 year-old Lauren Crouch tries to spin horrible dates into entertaining play-by-plays and her latest entry has sparked a viral discussion.

According to Crouch she matched a man on Tinder and agreed to meet at a coffee shop. 25 minutes into the date she says her date suggested they leave so he could cook dinner for her at his house. Crouch said no and the date came to a screeching halt with both going their separate ways.

Before she even got home Crouch says she got a text message from the jilted chef asking her to pay him back for the cup of coffee. Crouch refused and told him she didn`t come with a money back guarantee.

NewsFix asked the ladies how they felt about the situation. Natalie Miller chimed in with, “It`s a date so if I`m not feeling it then I don`t feel like I`m held to an obligation to pay for the coffee that`s already been paid for.” While Sheila Harrell was a bit more blunt, “I think he`s a schmuck.”

So fellas the verdict's in; don't expect your money back after a failed coffee date, but hey, at least you get to keep your red cup.

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