ASOS has showcased a picture of a female customer on its shopping site after a man insulted her outfit on a dating app.
Thea Lauryn Chippendale, 20, was talking to a man on Tinder when he sent her a message about a pink lace dress she was wearing in one of her profile pictures.
He said: “Not gonna lie you’re a bit of a joke but that dress in the last photo is not doing any favours. Hope this helps.”
The student responded: “Why did you feel you needed to comment on it? Is your head that far up your own arse that you thought your opinion mattered?”
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The man (clearly not getting the message) replied saying it looked like it was form a charity shop and she needed to buy her clothes from “somewhere decent”. He added: “Literally had to tell you else I wouldn’t of slept.”
Rather than staying privately upset about the rude exchange, Chippendale, who recently graduated from the University of Lincoln, decided to post screenshots on her Twitter page.
Within 24 hours she had received over 10,000 comments from supporters and other women telling them how much she was selling the dress to them.
One said: “Well I think you look stunning and everyone knows validation off another female is worth 100x more than a male.”
Another said: “OMG I’m about to buy this dress ASAP for my formal, it looks amazing on you.”
The conversation caught the attention of ASOS, who decided to help a girl out and added the picture from Chippendale’s Tinder to the website, alongside the model shots of the £75 dress.
And honestly, that is how you serve up the best kind of revenge.
Thank you, ASOS.
If you like the dress buy it here on ASOS.
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