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We've all had our share of bad dates (condescending pricks, bad tippers, Handsy McGees) but this woman took what was technically a very bad date and turned it into one of the most fun nights of her life. And the best part is she live-tweeted the whole thing.

Lisette Pylant tweeted that she was on a blind date that her friends had set her up with on her birthday.

Despite warnings from her friends (who worked at the bar where the date was held) that this guy "sucks," she decides to stick around because her friends are bartending, and because (and this is just my projection) sometimes there are dates that are so awful that they pass right through "terrible" and end up in "hilarious." Sometimes it's worth it to stick it out. This, for example, is one of those times.

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Out of nowhere, a second girl shows up at the bar for a date with this same sketchy dude, and he switches his MO and acts like Pylant is just a friend. Pylant lets the new girl know the real deal, and they hatch a plan to make the guy feel like the pathetic jerk he actually is. And then a third girl shows up. Okay, this is starting to sound like a sitcom.

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Pylant and the other two girls split, leaving the schmuck with the bill, and head to another bar to hang out themselves.

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But then the bartender from the first bar texted Pylant to let her know that yet another woman had showed up for a "date" with this gross dude. Pylant sent someone to try to bring her to where the real party was now happening.

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And then a fifth lady showed up at the bar where Pylant was (and this part is hilarious), but Pylant's friends intercepted number five and just sent her directly to the bar where Pylant and all the other ladies were chilling

Meanwhile, date number four is still with the guy but Pylant's friends are trying hard to explain to her why this guy is such a loser.

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They decide the fourth girl will meet them at the bar after her "date" to fill them in on the deets.

This is where it starts to get confusing, because the earlier tweets make it seem like bachelorette number five bypassed meeting the guy altogether, but then Pylant tweets that apparently the dude told date number five that she was "already cut" (lol, thanks coach) and to tell Pylant hi from him because he knew she was just going to the other bar to hang out with the other dates.

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Then another friend of Pylant's got date number five's (I know, I can't keep up either) number, and they even texted a bit.

Ah, so it turns out in this guy's mind, the ladies weren't dates, they were "pre-date conversations." I guess like an interview for a real date? Sounds romantic!

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And then it turned out he had a sixth date lined up, but the group of new best friends went back to the first bar, saw him with number six, and he just gave up and walked out. The end for real.

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Long story short (too late), just don't tell anyone you want to text your ex. You know you're going to anyway.