Woman shares ‘red flag’ on coffee date, and TikTokers are outraged: ‘Why endure it further?’

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Chelsea Murphy (@_chelsmurph) shared a story about a coffee date gone awry, and TikTokers were outraged on her behalf.
Murphy is a TikToker who recently had a particularly nondescript coffee date. The date was so bad that she took to TikTok right after to share her story. The bad date story has garnered more than 5.4 million views and made TikTokers lament their date's laziness.
The video begins with Murphy sitting in her car in the cafe's parking lot after the bad date.
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"I just had a 20-minute coffee date, got up and left," she begins. "I walked in and the guy was already seated and drinking his coffee."
Murphy explains that she was a few minutes late for the date, so she sat down for her date at the table he had chosen.
"Then I look at the line, and the line is around the block out front," she recalls. "I said, 'Oh my god, the line is so long.' And he was like, 'Yeah, I know. The line is crazy.'"
Looking at the camera in disbelief, Murphy shares that she was surprised her date didn't have the presence of mind to order her a coffee — or offer to wait in line with her.
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"I'm like, 'Okay, maybe I'll wait until it subsides and we can come up,'" she says.
But the line never dies. Every time Murphy checks, the line is just as long.
"He says, 'Well, you can wait in line. I could come, but maybe we don't have that seat, and I like the seat,'" Murphy recalled. "At this point I'm just so confused as to why he didn't offer to get me a coffee."
"You asked me out. They've been chasing me hard," Murphy says. "And you won't get me coffee? You're not offering me to stand in line for a coffee? I'm just amazed."
Murphy continues talking for 20 minutes. Eventually, Murphy tells her date that she's going and explains that she's disappointed that he didn't offer to get her a coffee. Although the man apologizes, Murphy has had enough.
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A low bar for a date
"Don't wait on a date if you don't feel it," Murphy recommends at the end of the video. "If you feel like this is a waste of time, why put up with it?"
TikTokers were shocked the man didn't want to give out coffee to Murphy.
"Even a platonic friend or co-worker would have offered to pick one up for you," wrote one viewer.
"Bar is down but he brought a shovel," joked another viewer.
"Yeah, it's a small thing, but it honestly says a lot about a person," wrote another TikToker.
When it comes to dating, sometimes it's the little things that mean the most.
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