A clip has gone viral of a woman sitting at a table on her own after no one showed up to her planned dinner.
Christian Zamora, who goes by the handle ‘Kidalloy’ on TikTok, shared footage of his girlfriend’s empty dinner table in a video that’s been viewed almost 15 million times.
In it, he explained Maryann had been planning two weeks in advance for her “Friendsgiving” event, decorating her entire basement and cooking a huge feast.
However, “sadly” no one showed up and according to Christian, they didn’t even send her a message to let her know that they weren’t going to make it.
Maryann, from the US, had planned a 'Friendsgiving' dinner with friends two weeks ago, but no one showed up on the day. Photo / TikTok
“My girlfriend was so excited for her first Friendsgiving but no one showed up,” he wrote in the clip, as the camera showed a distraught Maryann sitting at the table on her own.
“She decorated the whole basement and cooked so much food. I keep trying to cheer her up but nothing is working.”
He panned around the room to show a large table filled with food and empty place settings.
“I’m so sad for her,” he continued.
In a now viral TikTok, that's been viewed more than 14 million times, her boyfriend Christian Zamora, said her friends suddenly stopped answering all of her messages. Photo / TikTok/kidalloy
After many asked what had happened, the TikTok user shared another video where he revealed Maryann’s friends suddenly stopped answering all of her messages on the day of the dinner.
“My girl and her friends decided to throw a Friendsgiving like two weeks in advance, they were planning this for two weeks,” he said.
“They were planning everything, everything was all set — the date, the time, and everything. They were all gonna come.
“(But) when the day came and no one was answering the group chat. No one was texting or calling, but in her mind, she thought everyone was running late. When it hit the three hour mark, she was like, ‘Yeah no one’s gonna come.'”
When she called Christian to explain what had happened he invited his own friends to fill the empty seats.
He shared footage of all the food Maryann cooked and the decorations that she spent weeks putting up. Photo / TikTok/kidalloy
“They were more than gracious enough to come. They all came and brought stuff. It’s like she had her own Friendsgiving, there was a happy ending to it,” he explained.
“She wasn’t upset, she wasn’t mad, she was kind of disappointed about her actual friends not showing up but other than that, she still had great company and she still had a great time.”
Maryann, who also appeared in the video, said she was no longer friends with the people who ditched her dinner.
“Obviously I cut that friend group off. But it was a great night, his friends and his brother showed up. We had a great time,” she said.
TikTok users have since left thousands of messages in the comments section offering to be her friend and commending Christian on being 'a sweet' boyfriend. Photo / TikTok/kidalloy
“They brought drinks and stuff, it was a fun night. I was disappointed at the time but it turned out to be a really good night.”
Thousands of people have since commented on the videos offering to be her friend and commending her boyfriend for being “so sweet”.
“The worst thing people do is not call or text saying they’re not coming. If they didn’t want to go, they could’ve been honest,” one person wrote.
“She just made 1000+ real friends on here,” said another, while a third added, “Sweetheart this was good practice for when you have friends who are worthy of you and your hosting skills.”