Outlining every move of how she led him on, the email got posted on Reddit and is circulating the internet.Check out the entertaining, yet somewhat insane email from Mike to Lauren.

I'm honest and direct by nature, and I'm going to be that way in this email.

By the way, I did a google search, so that's how I came across your email.

If we go to classical music performances together, it wouldn't take any significant additional time on your part. I've never been as disappointed and sad about having difficulty about getting a second date as I am with you. Needless to say, I find you less appealing now (given that you haven't returned my messages) than I did at our first date.

According to the internet, you're 33 or 32, so, at least from my point of view, we're a good match in terms of age. In my opinion, if I make real money, it's a real job. However, I would be willing to go out with you again.

If you don't want to go out again, in my opinion, you would be making a big mistake, perhaps one of the biggest mistakes in your life.

If you don’t want to go out again, then you should have called to tell me so.

After all, people can't see someone's body language or tone of voice in an email.

I'm not trying to be harsh, patronizing, or insulting in this email.

I assume that you no longer want to go out with me.

(If you do want to go out with me, then you should let me know.) I suggest that you make a sincere apology to me for giving me mixed signals. Things that happened during our date include, but are not limited to, the following: -You played with your hair a lot. I've never had a date where a woman played with her hair as much as you did.

I spent time, effort, and money meeting you for dinner.