My Bumble match made me drive over an hour meet – I had a bad feeling, but couldn't have predicted how awful it would be

A WOMAN claimed she went all out on a first date with her Bumble match, even driving more than an hour to where he lives.

Unfortunately, it seems like her match did the complete opposite and turned the date into a night more awful than she could have ever predicted.


The woman, named Sara Pugh, shared her experience with her 70,000 TikTok followers.

She began her video by explaining that she met up with her Bumble match the first day they started communicating.

This might sound a bit quick to some, but she had her reasons.

“Sometimes chatting on dating apps doesn’t really go anywhere, so I figured why not just go for it?

“He was very attractive. 

“He looked spicy in a good way if you know what I mean,” she explained.

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She then shared that she went all out for this date by blow-drying and curling her hair and shaving “everything,” as she had high hopes for the night.

Sara claimed her match asked her to meet for sushi and a movie near where he lives, which happened to be the Quantico Marine Corps base, located an hour and a half away from her.

“As far as the distance goes, I normally don’t mind too much. 

“I like driving, so I didn't see a huge problem with it,” she said.

“I assumed he didn’t have a car since he didn’t offer to meet up somewhere halfway.” 

She said she doesn’t like to judge people, so she didn’t think too much about him not having a car.

In fact, she doesn’t have one either and had to borrow her mom’s.

“As for the movie, I was more turned off at the fact he wanted to see a movie on a first date,” she continued.

“Nevertheless, I agreed. That was my first mistake.”

In another video explaining her disaster situation, Sara claimed her second disappointment occurred when her date confirmed he had his heart set on seeing the latest Jacka** movie, which she thought was odd to see on a first date.

Even more disappointing, despite having an hour and a half to prepare for the date, the man was not ready when Sara arrived at the base.

“I end up waiting 26 minutes on the side of the road,” she recalled, as she was not actually allowed into the base. 

Finally, the tardy man drove out of the base and had Sara follow him to a shopping center 15 minutes in the direction from which she had just driven.

“So you’re telling me not only could we have met up at a better halfway point, but I coud have saved myself an hour if you had just given me this address in the first place?” she asked in disbelief in her video.

“It was at this point that I knew I shaved for nothing.”

In a third video recounting her horror date saga, Sara said the man was incredibly rude and interrupted her so much she decided to stop attempting to speak unless it was a reaction to what the guy was saying.

“At one point he did tell me about a girl he previously went on a date with that made him wait for a while, which he thought was rude,” she recalled while widening her eyes to point out the hypocrisy.

Sara’s match also complained about the girl making faces in response to everything he said, and Sara commented that the woman probably had every right to react like that to anything that came out of the guy’s mouth.

Sara said the date ended quite awkwardly, as they walked in silence to their cars after watching quite graphic content.

She also claimed that when she got home, her date wanted to know how she thought the night went, but she delayed answering and waited for him to say how he felt. 

To her disappointment, the man said he usually prefers to meet at his date’s residence “or a hotel.” 

This didn’t sit right with Sara, as the answer made her feel like the guy was only thinking about sex.

Despite apparently not knowing proper date etiquette, the guy picked up on the fact that Sara wasn’t too interested in him and asked why she thought their time together wasn’t enjoyable.

“I sent him a video to make things less harsh and he blocked me. That’s it,” Sara laughed, adding that she wouldn't mind a second date to see if the guy is really that unpleasant. 

She later posted the video she sent the mystery man to her page and wrote that she felt she was “being way too nice” to the guy.

On the bright side, it seems that Sara is able to laugh about the absolutely horrendous experience. 

Similarly, one woman whose date ignored her to spend time with a female colleague at their work party took the situation as a learning experience. 


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