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Demovictory9

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Tue Aug 31, 2021, 02:58 AM Aug 2021

when dropping someone off at night, do you wait for them to get inside before driving off? [View all]

https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/lifestyle-buzz/i-am-ghosting-woman-shares-video-of-red-flag-when-date-is-dropping-her-off-at-home/ar-AANTPuE?ocid=msedgntp

A woman's doorbell camera captured her date driving away before she got inside her house. She called it the "red flag number two" of the evening and pledged to ghost him.


The woman shared a video of the "red flag" to her TikTok account, @Jadealyzaee, on Saturday, and it's been viewed 6.7 million times and liked 1.2 million times since.

"Red flag number 2, I am ghosting," she can be heard saying in the video.

The video sparked discussion in the comments section about what could happen if someone leaves before their date gets into their home safely, as well as other red flags.

Some were just as floored that her date failed to wait for her to get inside, with some noting they do for anyone they're driving home late at night. "Some of y'all's parents didn't raise you properly," a commenter wrote. "You always wait for the person to get into the house regardless of who it is."

"I even wait for my homies to get inside," another said
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yes, for both genders
50 (94%)
yes, for females only
2 (4%)
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