Woman's Tweet About Cake Pops Ignites Heated Debate About Dating Etiquette

I have to admit it's been a while since I've been on a first date with someone. So I haven't had to endure any unusual dating behaviors lately.

However, I can still relate to this woman's experience having had my own share of bad dates. Once you read this funny tweet, you'll understand why it quickly went viral for all the wrong reasons.

Twitter user Alisha Rai recently posted this Tweet online, and it quickly took on a life of its own.

I've got to say I'm not surprised. After I read it, I had a slew of my own emotions about it. Needless to say, it took me back to my dating days.

Not only was this tweet funny and sad at the same time, but the replies to it were even more hilarious.

I'm going to share a few of them with you. Honestly, I could spend all day just reading them, hee, hee!

Just so you know I don't condone any violence against even the dumbest man on earth, but that made me LOL so hard.

I would have just walked out and said absolutely nothing to this man. Let him wonder what he did wrong there.

Is this a new thing, ladies?

I'm used to a guy at least offering to pay for the coffee, or drink, or even a meal on a first date. Maybe I'm just very old-fashioned, huh? But I still like that.

Well, as it turns out, this behavior is more common than ever these days.

And to that I'm going to say, I really don't miss dating, ha, ha! I'd rather not go out to fancy restaurants if this is what I would have to put up with.

You can say that again (and again and again).

I totally agree with this person here. The type of guy who wouldn't think of offering a second cake pop to his date isn't worth my time, and I hope not hers either.

Ah, ha, ha, ha — "insensitive boob", I like that.

Something tells me that myself and this lady would get along just fine. I like the way she thinks here. And I totally agree with her last statement, too. What about you?

I have to say that this strikes me as correct.

It's not exactly a man thing but a human thing. Anyone who's that selfish isn't a nice human. How can you bring two treats and eat them both yourself? I can't even fathom that.

Yes, yes, and more yes.

I completely agree with this lady. In addition to that, this guy missed a giant opportunity. He could have shared this treat and gotten major brownie points for being sweet. He totally messed this one up, huh?

I like how this person is thinking.

If a guy expects another date out of this first one, he should have been more courteous from the beginning to the end. I have been on plenty of dates to know this.

So basically, the consensus on this tweet is that the guy was wrong.

Most who have commented said it was very insensitive of him. He at least should have asked the girl if she wanted one, no? Isn't that the polite thing to do? What do you think?