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‘Teen Wolf’ star live-tweets awkward first date

‘Teen Wolf’ star live-tweets awkward first date

COLTON HAYNES: Love counselor. Photo: Associated Press

“Arrow” and “Teen Wolf” star Colton Haynes turned a recent night out into a what-not-to-do-on-a-first-date guide for his Twitter followers as he eavesdropped on a couple’s disastrous romantic liaison. The actor gave his fans a blow-by-blow account of the awkward hook-up between a couple who had met online.

In total, Haynes posted 23 tweets about the first date from hell. Here’s some of our favorites:

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