First periods can be an incredibly daunting and exciting time. You never know very well what kind of person your night out is going to be – and if you’re occurring your own, it can be rare a sense of whether they’ll be a good fit for yourself.

Luckily, one particular woman found herself preserved out of a devastating first time frame by a new person who presented with her a note caution her to ‘run’ after she noticed too many red flags during their restaurant meeting. Twitter user Hadia S shared a photo of the note on her bank account over the weekend, that has been written to the back of an existing CVS invoice.

What Hadia don’t expect was for the note to search viral. Her tweet seems to have since racked up over 333, 500 likes, almost 30, 500 retweets and thousands of comments from inquisitive users.

Several users commended the stranger’s initiatives, while others had been sceptical about the impromptu dating suggestions. A few even wondered if the person was a scammer, given that he didn’t manage to really want to comply with her needs for his number.

In any case, Hadia says she needed the night out as a learning opportunity, and that she in the long run opted against aborting it mainly because she needed to ‘debate’ the mystery man on issues that they disagreed about. Despite the alerts, she explained she had a lot of fun on their initial date.

It’s a pity that the woman’s tweet went virus-like, but it shows that social media is included with people who have had equivalent experiences – and that all of us are just wishing for a better next week. Hopefully, this report has educated us all to always be prepared for the unexpected.