Twitter’s Going To Town On The Worst Blind Date In The History Of Dating

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a deeply flawed personality must be set up on a blind date, preferably by a New York city street press.
In this case, the bloke is a guy called Billy, the street press is Time Out New York, and the date was part of the mag’s series called Meet The Undateables:

“Each week, we take two New Yorkers who swear they’re totally undateable, and put our matchmaking skills to the test. Afterward, we find out what went well on their date, and what went horribly, horribly wrong.”
What went wrong on this ill-fated tête-à-tête? Mostly, the unfortunate combination of an apparently nice and well-adjusted video production manager named Alyssa, and the aforementioned Billy, a v-neck-wearing “actor” from the Upper East Side.
Spoiler alert: Billy is a DICK
The Undateables series has been running for a fair while now, and while most of the pairings don’t lead to anything serious (except for this couple, who appear to be getting married soon), people usually aren’t actively rude about one another in their post-date interviews. 
Billy’s not like other people, though. He’s a gentleman! Oh wait, except the entirety of that quote is actually:
“Whether I was attracted to her or not, I still had to sit there for two hours and be a gentleman.”
Unsurprisingly, Billy’s douchitude has not gone unnoticed by the wide wide world of web. Ya boy’s gettin’ rinsed.

Oh, and in case you, too, were wondering about the steak paradox (he was scandalised that she ordered her filet mignon well done, but she said she ordered it on his and the waiter’s advice):

In response, Billy himself tweeted a series of Trump-like denials, and promptly deleted his account.

Source: Time Out New York
Image: Time Out New York.