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Woman Gets Revenge On Bumble Match Who Told Her To 'Join Weight Watchers'

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Woman Gets Revenge On Bumble Match Who Told Her To 'Join Weight Watchers'

A woman on TikTok has gone viral after calling out a Bumble match who told her to 'hit the gym', with fellow social media users expressing shock over his sheer 'audacity'.

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TikToker Emma (@dilemma.rec) posted a video on the platform earlier this week to share an exchange she'd had with a recent Bumble match.

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She wrote: "Someone come get ur man :) linking his Facebook and LinkedIn in the comments if any of the girls wanna chance with this king. He's single! #bumble."

On the app, women are required to make the first move, so Emma thought she'd message a guy after seeing his profile.

She decided to respond to a comment in his dating bio, which said he was after a wedding date.

Credit: TikTok/@dilemma.rec
Credit: TikTok/@dilemma.rec
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"So when are we going to the wedding?" Emma messaged him.

The man replied: "Nah, only chicks that weigh less than me."

But Emma hit back: "Dude ur a gem. Whoever ends up [with] you is so lucky."

He then said to her: "Thanks fam hit the gym and use the weight watchers app."

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Emma wasn't going to let that comment slide, and went for one last retort.

Credit: TikTok/@dilemma.rec
Credit: TikTok/@dilemma.rec

"Actually I do hit the gym fam everyday lmao," she wrote.

"But thx for the advice king.

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"Maybe get the d*** out of your a** and be nicer to people, sorry your life sucks."

After sharing the screengrab from their conversation, Emma went on to post a number of photos of the bloke, including some of his social media profiles.

Credit: TikTok/@dilemma.rec
Credit: TikTok/@dilemma.rec

Following comments from other TikTok users, she later said she deleted the links from her comments.

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Many people replied to Emma's post to back her, with one writing: "Literally what was his reason for swiping then??? I'm so sorry some men are terrible sis u r gorgeous."

Another said: "I love this! Call them out!!!!"

A third commented: "I'll never understand why people match with someone to just say mean things. If they're not your cup of tea just move along."

Another added: "He's just asking for a slap really isn't he?!"

Someone expressed their shock that he had the 'audacity' to say what he did to Emma, while others claimed they'd actually matched with them himself.

One said: "OMG I've matched him on Bumble. Whoever is 'lucky' enough to go with him to that wedding will NEED the open bar."

Someone else wrote: "Byeeee he's been on Bumble for years I saw him on there like 2 years ago."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@dilemma.rec

Topics: World News, News, Dating, Bumble, TikTok

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