First Date guest running for hills after date horrifies him with party trick

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    First Date viewers were left horrified after the latest singleton looking for love showed off her party trick – but it didn’t go down too well.

    The hit Channel 4 show was back on TV screens on Monday night (May 15) with more daters hoping to find love in the famous Manchester restaurant.

    But things took a rather awkward turn when Louise showed her date, Marc her party trick – which was her ability to put her entire fist in her mouth.

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    When asked if she has any party tricks, she replied: “I can put my whole fist in my mouth.”

    “A while fist?!” Marc quipped back, before adding: “I don’t need to see it!”

    She then started to put her entire fist into her mouth – leaving her date not sure where to look.

    “Ok that’ll do,” he said.

    And that moment got plenty of viewers talking at home too – who were left rather horrified at what they saw.

    “Fist in the mouth isn't attractive at all,” raged one viewer.

    Another added: “Why on earth did she just put her fist in her mouth? She's absolutely blown it”

    “Whole fist in the mouth, he’s going to run for the hills isn’t he?,” proclaimed a third person, as someone else said: “Mark is not a fab of the fist in mouth trick is he!”

    “‘I can put my fist in my mouth’ Well that’s a conversation stopper!” tweeted a fifth viewer.

    Speaking to the camera after her date, Louise admitted: "He didn't really want me to do that I don't think, but I did, how embarrassing!"

    When it came to the big question of whether they want to see each other again, Louise said: "If i'm 100% honest, romantically probably not.

    "But I think you're a lovely guy and you're really funny and you make me laugh."

    Marc then agreed how he wouldn't see her again romantically – but noted how he thought she was "lovely."

    And he even offered his date some advice for her next date, proclaiming: "The fist in the mouth thing – don't do that."

    Laughing along, Louise replied, "I know, I know."


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