Oh, what a shame! Especially as she’d made such a good initial impression, but then blew it with all the swearing.
Not making excuses for her, but looks like she possibly just can’t hold her drink, if things were OK up 'til then. But if that is her “normal” reaction to a couple of drinks, and you’d hoped to socialise on anything like a regular basis, it would obviously have been an issue.
I wonder if she thought trying to appear more “blokish” and “one of the lads” would actually appeal to you - as you’d been impressed by the beer and rugby appreciation.
Not that I’m saying it’s the norm, or would be OK from a bloke. Not all men are like that - I can’t remember my dad doing it, except for ONE occasion - and that shows how very rare it must have been - I can remember the exact circumstances. It wasn’t directed at me, or involving me at all, but he did get very cross about something - he wasn’t just using it as a spare adjective.
And I think, for either sex, it’s ill-judged to let rip like that on a first date. That’s what she’s like when she’s going all-out to impress? Wonder what she’s like when she just doesn’t care? Perhaps she thinks it demonstrates modernity and open-mindedness, but far nicer ways of demonstrating such qualities than that.
Oh well, nothing ventured, nothing gained, and all that.
Having got out of the house and done it once, it should be easier next time, and I’m sure there’ll be a next time - just not with her!