My date googled my medication after finding pills in my bathroom – was he super invasive or am I overreacting?

ONE woman's date googled her medication after finding her pills in the bathroom – but now she's wondering if he was super invasive or if she's overreacting.

TikTok user @b**chcraft444, who goes by Chloe, shared the text message she received in a video.

Chloe captioned the video by saying, "Not even a good morning."

She had reached out to the date, asking "Hey, how's your evening?"

But the response she received didn't quite answer that question.

“Hey, not to be rude and this is super awkward of me," the text from the date began.


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"The other night was fun but I googled the tablets you left on your bathroom sink (super invasive of me I know) and it said they were anti psychotics…

“You’re not mentally ill are you? Just a turn off and I wouldn’t want to go further if so.”

The conversation ends there. It is unclear if or how Chloe responded to the message.

However, the date's intrusive text prompted the TikTok to go viral.

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The video has garnered thousands of comments in the days since it's been posted.

"Men never fail to amaze me," wrote one TikTok user.

"You dodged a massive bullet," wrote another.

"i'm sorry but also glad you saw this person's true face earlier lol," said another.

"tell him that actually bigotry is a turn off for you and that you dont wanna go further," one user wrote.

But some users called into question the way the date approached the situation.

"The pills I used to take for seizures are one of the most common bipolar pills. Like suuure I’m mentally ill too but are we really assuming diagnoses?," questioned one user.

Other TikTokers understood where the date was coming from to some extent.

"I think he could have approached this MUCH differently but he has a right have his own boundaries as well," one user chimed in.

"maybe badly worded but totally understandable," wrote another.

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The video has more than 4.4million views since being posted just two days ago.

Chloe did not immediately return The Sun's request for comment.

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