Catfish online dating story
However, I have caught on to a few people that have tried. I guess it was sometime in 2008 I believe I'd just given in and tried to use online dating (POF) for the first time.
I am a cynical person to begin with so I usually assume that if something seems to good to be true, it likely is and then I do my due diligence. It had been a couple of weeks of dead end messaging and receiving unsolicited perverse offers from obese mid-fifties women when I'd gotten into what seemed like an ok convo with a decent prospect. Her messaging and texting gave me the impression that she would live up to her profile being a well educated, responsible single mother.
you were also actually fun to talk to so i ended up wanting to chat with you myself for too long i guess.
he was always happy to meet you, but it got weird because we'd spoken so much and you'd probably end up meeting him confused and wondering why his personality was so much different from online.
i know personally i fucking hate ambiguity when dealing with girls so hopefully this kills that for you. if you hadn't have written such enticing/intriguing messages to respond to this wouldn't have had to go down so weird. I'm extraordinarily upset, I feel completely violated and weirded out and now I really want to get off this site.
just uhh, the personalities are a bit ultimately, i could actually set you guys up right now. awkward yeah, if you were wondering why the fuck this dude hadn't asked you out, at the very least i hope you now have some clarity.
I humored the situation and asked what she liked to do when she got loud and said she just LOOOOOVED people watching and proceed to make fun of everyone in the shop loudly for 10 minutes. "hey my coffee is gone and I have to work early, maybe we'll talk again sometime" i say and get up.