One weirdo sent a girl his credit card after she refused to go on a date with him, so she bought a bouncy castle

When a guy won’t take “No” for an answer, sometimes you have to resort to extreme measure to communicate to him just how not interested you are.

Leagan, a Twitter user from Lubbock, Texas, recently turned down a thirsty guy who asked her on a date. Instead of accepting the reality and moving on, the guy decided to send her his credit card information — because I guess someone told him that doing so would be a “power move”?

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(Makes sense. He has a whole FIVE dollars in his wallet, he’s doing very well for himself.)

Leagan decided that the only reasonable thing to do in the face of such brazen peacock-ing was actually call this guy’s bluff …

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So homegirl bought herself a bouncy castle. (In pink, for true princess vibes.)

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Naturally, the guy was a bit stunned about the castle purchase — but, perhaps he shouldn’t be giving out his credit card information to girls who have already told him they aren’t interested. (Honestly, you should still keep that info to yourself, regardless of whether or not another person is interested in you.)

Leagan tweeted about the incident, inviting everyone to her bouncy castle party.

People couldn’t help but admire Leagan’s boldness.

One person actually tried to say that the whole thing was fake, but Leagan shut that right down.

Here’s hoping she was serious about that bouncy castle party, because I need one right now.

And to anyone whose morals are insulted by this act of scamming (although, really, is it scamming if they give you their information free and clear?), just a reminder: you can cancel fraudulent purchases made on your card, and can also cancel said card.

It’s a pain in the ass, but hey — so is being bothered by a guy you’ve already turned down.

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