Justin, a 28-year-old project manager from Washington, DC, said he was just looking for a love connection. In August 2017, he met a woman named Lisette for a blind date at a bar called Truxton Inn.
About 45 minutes into their first meeting, another woman showed up at Truxton Inn, and Justin introduced her to Lisette as his friend.
But Lisette had a sneaking suspicion that her blind date was being less than honest, and she wasn’t buying it. She quickly figured out that Woman No. 2 was actually a second date Justin had scheduled, 45 minutes apart from her date.
Oh … and there were four more women “scheduled” to meet Justin that very same night, at that very same bar, back to back.
As the night moved along, Lisette realized the whole debacle was too ridiculous not to share — but she didn’t want Justin to know she’d figured out the ruse.
Lisette proceeded to live-tweet the entire experience as it unfolded, quietly telling each woman as they arrived what the night was really all about: Justin’s one-sided speed-dating event.
He was about to learn that the six women had slowly learned they’d been tricked, and his plan was about to gloriously backfire for all the world to see …
Due to restrictions, this video cannot
be viewed in your region.