A woman has been rejected by a Tinder match after the man admitted he wasn't "ready" to share charcuterie with his prospective date.
Danielle Betsy shared screenshots of the bizarre exchange to social media, in which sharing charcuterie - a meat and cheese board, often accompanied with wine - is suggested as a potential date.
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"What is 'charcuterie'?" the man, named Jan, inquired in a private message.
"It's like a board full of meat and cheese and grapes that you have with wine," Betsy, a 22-year-old from Canada, replied.
Jan took some time to mull over the idea, eventually coming to the conclusion that a cheese board was far too serious a step.
"Mmh. I am sorry. I don't think I am ready for that," he replied, almost a day later.
"The boys in Germany are different," Betsy captioned the exchange on Twitter.
The post racked up more than 42,000 likes, many users amused by Jan drawing the line at "fine meats and cheeses".
"I'm saving charcuterie for marriage," Betsy tweeted in a follow-up post.
Some wondered if Jan might be lactose intolerant, while others speculated if sharing charcuterie was too "intimate" for a first date activity.