Woman 'hits it off' with date only for him to get engaged to someone else days later

The dating world is rough. Just when you think

you’ve met someone who might be the one, you find

out that the two of you just aren’t compatible.

or worse, you find out that your Mr. Right

is actually someone else’s Mr. Right, too.

Recently, Twitter user Anna shared a story

that truly highlights the sad reality of being

single and navigating the dating world.

Apparently, she “hit it off” and

“hooked up” with a guy, only

for him to get engaged to his

ex-girlfriend a week later.

In a screenshot Anna shared to Twitter,

she confronted the guy, asking him, “What was

up with your Instagram post? Engaged”.

“We have been off and on since thanksgiving,”

he responded. “She caught wind that you and

I were hanging out.. and she said that if I don’t

put a ring on it, I’d never see her again.

Anna’s former fling goes on to explain that

he and his fiancée “aren’t engaged in the US

yet, only Mexico.” (That isn’t a thing).

People — mainly women — quickly

rushed to the comments to share their

thoughts about how “men ain’t s***”.

“Gents don’t

be like this it’s

really simple,”

one person said.

Many people simply couldn’t believe that

the mystery man thought that getting engaged

in Mexico didn’t count in the United States.

“Anyone else stuck on ‘only in Mexico’??? Does he

think….does he think that engagements can only

happen in one country at a time?” one person said

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