Lots of people lost money after Sunday's improbable Patriots Super Bowl comeback, but professional tennis player Genie Bouchard might be wishing that money was all she lost.
The Patriots went on to win 34-28 in overtime, and credit to Bouchard, she didn't run from her promise.
"I will do it, I stay true to my word", was her final tweet on the subject.
With the Falcons comfortably ahead, Bouchard - like the rest of us - thought the game was in hand.
You could wag your finger and warn about never betting on Falcons before they've hatched, but who could you blame Bouchard? So when some random fan. He asked her if she would go on a date with him if New England somehow won and she replied with "sure" not knowing how quickly the tides would change.
She beat Louisa Chrico and Peng Shuai in straight sets, before falling 4-6 6-3 5-7 to eventual semi-finalist Coco Vanderweghe in the third round. During the rally, a fan asked if she was getting nervous.
Her final tweet of the night was one of resignation, "Lesson learned". Well, the Twitter user was very excited, sharing that he lives in Chicago, goes to school in Missouri, and the two can go on a date wherever Bouchard wants.