If you're taking someone on a date to hooters then you deserve to be stood up
@fkingdonn, but at least hooters is stepping up their class. Little late but points for effort.
@Grizzy, Hooters =/= Class
@fkingdonn, depends. My wife has always loved hooters. I can't get enough wings and she loves the chocolate cake.
@GunSupporter, I'm sure the foods great. I'm really talking about the... visual service
@fkingdonn, she likes boobs too.
@fkingdonn, Alternative reality:
If a chick on tinder takes you to hooters, you need to wife that bjtch.
@Grizzy, Hooters is T!ts and always will be T!ts
@fkingdonn, that is great as well!
This is a great idea if you’re feeling unsafe or you’ve been lied to. That being said, if the date just isn’t going well or you’re not clicking, just say that and take the honorable way out.
@FP Waiter, ...and commit sudoku?
@Doctor Krieger, you say this word, i dont think it means what you think it means
@mycatsanahole, it means death by incredibly tedious number puzzles, as is ancient meme tradition for those who have brought dishonor upon themselves or their family.
@Doctor Krieger, oh ok, at my house we just yell "DISHONOR, dishonor on you, dishonor on your family, dishonor on your cow!"
Guys can use this too, right?
@CynicalSirr, Of course!
Or you could just ask for help.. bad guys could read this just as well
@Mkb617, I'd go into a bar with a friend and ask for an angel shot with lime... If I had any friends...
The Police part is a huge excessive. I mean the person would have to be like a stalker or physically abusive in public or something. In that case get up and tell the person to leave you alone. Or you can call the police yourself. I guess if you don't have a cellphone then you can't. Haven't we seen enough Police videos to see they can't handle people very well? That would be seriously messed up if some guy who is just weird in social gatherings gets the cops called on him just because.
@MrTrivia, while I agree that it's a bit overkill, I think the better point would be in more marginalized communities, either racially or by sexuality. Here's an example, two people who express an interest in kink meet up via tinder. Topic of kinks comes up and one of the two has an abduction fetish. That's an instant "i don't feel safe" warning.
@MrTrivia, I don't think it's referring to some guy who's just making you uncomfortable. There are certainly situations that could warrant this, as uncommon as they may be. As for a girl simply telling a guy to leave her alone if she's feeling unsafe, that's stupid. There are a lot of guys out there who can become physically violent or invasive at the drop of a hat. That goes double in places like Hooters where people are drinking. Again, I don't think this is common at all, and mostly wouldn't be necessary, but it's not fair to say that it's hugely excessive.
@SchwiftyChick, so you're saying that someone wouldn't already call the police in public area like Hooters if a guy is physically assaulting a girl or becoming too physical at the table? That's completely different. Most situations would call the cops. Especially at a restaurant where they offer that on the down low. Not where two people are having drinks and the guy says something weird or whatever and then the cops show up while you're still sitting with the guy. I mean by that point where you're uncomfortable either you leave and lose contact with that person and file a restraining order or publicly ask for help. Just imagine the scenario where you ask for the cops. Then what? Go back to sitting down? Ask someone to escort you to the car and leave? If someone hasn't done anything to you that's a bit excessive to call the cops. If someone feels like they're about to be abducted that's another thing, not a Tinder match gone wrong.
@MrTrivia, I see what you're trying to say, and of course people would call the police if someone was being violent. I'm talking about a situation in which a girl feels unsafe to the extent that she needs the police but would rather not be hit in a public place for the sake of others calling them. The point of this is to avoid the problem.