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A woman has revealed the extraordinary list of “improvements” a man she met on Tinder sent to her after going on just one date together.

Kimberley Latham-Hawkesford, 24, from the UK, shared the “disgusting” list she received from her date, revealing the 15 reasons he had chosen not to message her, three months after their first and only meet up, The Sun reported.

Kimberley Latham-Hawkesford has shared the extraordinary ‘list of improvements’ she was sent by a man she met on Tinder.

Kimberley Latham-Hawkesford has shared the extraordinary ‘list of improvements’ she was sent by a man she met on Tinder.Source:Facebook

According to Lad Bible, the pair went for a coffee at a local cafe, where things got off to a good start, so they then went to a pub for dinner.

However, things quickly turned sour when her date went on to ask Kimberley whether she planned on having plastic surgery.

Then when she offered to pay for her meal, he became offended.

Following the less-than-perfect first date Kimberley was surprised when she then received a message from her date three months on.

It read: “Hello Kimberley, I know we went on a date quite a while ago now but I’d like to explain why I haven’t messaged you.

This is how it started.

This is how it started.Source:Supplied

Then it just kept going.

Then it just kept going.Source:Facebook

And going …

And going …Source:Facebook

... and going.

... and going.Source:Facebook

“I feel like you could have made the date much better, here’s a few reasons why. I apologize if I offend you.”

And you would struggle not to be offended as he then listed the things he felt Kimberley ought to change.

Kicking off the list he wrote: “If you lost some weight you would look incredible. Maybe about a stone (6.3kg) or so.”

Continuing to critique her appearance he then said: “You are very pale. I know you aren’t a fan of the sun, but a bit of fake tan won’t hurt.”

Kimberley shared the bizarre messages on Facebook where her post received over 16,000 shares.

Kimberley shared the bizarre messages on Facebook where her post received over 16,000 shares.Source:Facebook

And his third point read: “You have quite big boobs, so you should show off your cleavage more.”

He then went on to criticise Kimberley for drinking a “full fat coke” and called her a “prude” for not giving him a kiss and “messing with his ego”.

Finishing the message he writes: “If you take these on board I might consider another date. I will give you a month to get back in touch to see if this made a difference. Good day to you Kimberley.”

The singleton shared the unbelievable messages on Facebook where her post has since received more than 20,000 shares.

She was initially mortified by the messages but has since seen the funny side.

She was initially mortified by the messages but has since seen the funny side.Source:Facebook

Captioning her post Kimberley wrote: “Imagine being so far up your own a** you’d send this to a girl 3 months after a date.”

Kimberley told Lad Bible she was “mortified” by the messages, which she didn’t believe to be a joke.

She said: “At first I was absolutely mortified and it killed my confidence, but the more I read it the funnier it became.

“I couldn’t understand how a guy could say such things to a woman.”

People flocked to defend Kimberley, commenting on the post in their thousands.

“Don’t listen to him girl. U are absolutely gorgeous they way u are,” one wrote.

“[He’s an] absolute lunatic. Who does that?!” another fumed.

While others agreed with Kimberley that the guy was extremely “entitled” and branded the offensive list “vile” and “disgusting”.

However the extreme nature of his list left some sceptical about the authenticity of the screenshots, which appeared to have occurred in Snapchat.

“This has to be fake. No one would do this,” one person said.

“There’s no way that’s real,” another declared.

Source: The Sun

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