You are no longer obliged to go on dates you don't like. Skip the outdated escape tactics and give this foolproof hack a try.
Dating someone new can be fun until you realize you don't want to take it any further than the first meeting. The problem is, how do we get out? Sure, there’s the "medical emergency," washroom visit disappearance act, best friend's timely phone call and so on but they are all so predictable. Jo Brundza (@jbrundz) shared a foolproof and hysterical hack to get out of dates that aren’t for you with a simple yet effective plan: pretend the moon isn't real.
Posting on TikTok, Brundza mentions that she is often stuck in situations where she knows it’s time to get out. “When I’m on a first date and at any point I come to the realization that I don’t want a second date and I’m not feeling it, I spend the rest of the date trying to convince the person that I don't think the moon is real,” she adds. Brundza clarifies that rather than the popular "the moon landing was fake" theorists, she pretends to be someone who doesn't believe in the entire existence of the moon. “Not like I think the moon landing is fake, the moon itself is not real,” she says in the clip. Her ridiculous yet ingenious hack left viewers and commenters howling with laughter.
The whole idea behind Brundza's tactic is that any self-respecting date would be left questioning her intelligence upon denying the existence of the very real and very visible-to-the-naked-eye natural satellite that orbits the Earth. The chances of them asking her out on a second date after she drops that mother-of-all-conspiracy-theories is slim if not none.
The best part is, the onus is on them and they don’t have a clue! So no one’s feeling bad and she is guaranteed to get out of meeting them again. @noxqqivit commented, “I took one of my horrible dates down the rabbit hole by telling them ‘birds aren’t real’ and it was so unhinged.” @aliciakapishka said, “I like to believe they go and tell their buddies about this girl that thinks the moon isn’t real.”
@tyspice13 said, “Dying to hear examples of how you pull that off!” Brundza gave the crowd what they wanted. In a follow-up video, she shared some of her hysterical tactics. "I just call this first one the ‘If you know, you know,’” Brundza said. “I just think it's ridiculous that these billionaires are going up to space, I mean when they get up there, what do they expect would be there?” Her next tactic was “False evidence.” To ace this, Brundza uses bizarre scientific logic backed by “Do you personally know anyone who has actually been there?”
Lastly, Brundza shared the tactic, “Blank Greenland.” She went on to say, “80% of the island is covered in ice and is inhabitable. You’re gonna tell me that’s not where the projectors are? Now that I think about it, do you personally know anyone who's ever been to Greenland?” So the next time you need to get out of a date, simply question the existence of the moon!