Embedded Image

Woman Destroys Guy Who Thought Being A Total Jerk Was A Good Way To Get Laid



Kat Havoc is a comedian from Creve Coeur, Missouri, and on her Facebook page, she shares the trials and tribulations of online dating. If you're unfamiliar with 'negging,' it's a pickup attempt that desperate men use and basically involves undermining the self-confidence of a woman so that she'll actually stoop low enough to sleep with you. Kat recently decided to share one such exchange she had, and her response to the guy is going viral. 

Her entire message reads:

"You know, just today I was sitting by my computer, browsing the Internet fro a Bob Barker bobble head and I stopped midway through. I simply froze, overcome with the most ominous feeling, like a hole in my empty stomach (you'll just have to trust me on how that feels.) My instinct told me something bad was going to happen to me. I didn't know what, but I knew it was going to be bad. I got up, checked my doors to make sure they were all locked. I made sure my oven was off. I made sure I hadn't left any appliances on. I looked but couldn't find one thing that it could be... until I looked at my phone. Immediately, my psychic instincts took over and I knew what it was. I was going to receive a message from a man who cuts his own hair using his mom's Fiesta wear bowls. He will have the body type of retired police officer yet have a surprising stance on similar female body types. His face will look like a combination of a hipster and unkept vagina. He will call me ugly and say I wear too much makeup. But I won't care. Not for any other reason than that I have the satisfaction of knowing what Donald Trump would look like if he were poor."

Seriously, though. If you're so unlikable that you need to insult women to get them to sleep with you, just go ahead and save yourself the effort by living a life of celibacy.  

 And this isn't even the first time she's had to put down a creep... 

And some times, she's just plain brutal. 

Give this woman a gold medal.  

More from Distractify 

More From Distractify