I’m speechless. I’m purple bubble and a black man gray bubbles. I’ve had serious relationships with black men. But this man has terrible grammar (there were 3 messages above the 1st one displayed here) and spelling, which was the first thing that turned me off. Add to that – he’s very religious.
I’m going to block him because he keeps sending me insults. What a crazy!
Came across a guy on Ok Cupid with these abysmal match percentages. Being the curious person that I am, I decided to take a look. His self summary:
hello all im a devorced guy very easy going i like to have fun when i can hang out
Besides the horrible spelling and punctuation, we had a lot of red (meaning incorrect) answers in the question section. Some of them were the ones that were very important to me, that gauge how accepting a person is of differences.
Guess I won’t be contacting him!
Yes, I’m back on dating sites, so prepare for some humor. Such as these first contacts from the site mail (unedited). I did not respond to any of them, but for your entertainment, here is what I might have said if I had (in bold violet text).
- Hello your very sexy
You’re very bad with understanding the difference between “your” (indicating ownership) and “you’re” (contraction for you are).
- Hi angel,feel like getting to know you
I’m sorry, you must be messaging the wrong girl. #1 – my name is not Angel. #2 – I don’t believe in angels because I’m an atheist.
- You have got a wonderful breath taken smile on your profile picture .. tell me how old is it and where was it taken ? hope you are having a wonderful day ?
Ummm, you mean breath taking – perhaps? And why do you want to know how old it is? Are you doing a bad job of casually checking to see if I’ve posted an old picture? And why do you want to know where it was taken? Are you going to stalk me?
I got nothing.
- Feeling frisky today?
Well if I were, I wouldn’t share that info with a stranger from a dating site.
So, I had one date and a not-so-much of a date with a fun guy who rides a sport bike. We had a lot of fun texting and talking before our 2nd “not-so-much” of a date. During our 2nd meeting I discovered how unavailable he intended to be.
That was about a month ago and I haven’t contacted him since then. Then I suddenly get a “HI” text from him this morning. He sent me 3 texts and I replied to each of them and haven’t heard from him since about 9:30 this morning.
Hmmm, makes me wonder! What game is he playing with me?
I am a firm believer that trust is earned. Therefore – you cannot truly trust a person with whom you’ve only exchanged a handful of messages online and have never even had a phone conversation.
But that is exactly what a man expected of me on a dating site. I very clearly stated on my profile that I do background checks on a person before I meet him. This guy must have thought I was joking because when I suggested we meet and I asked for his last name – he told me goodbye. He said trust is important to him.
It was quite mind boggling.
Almost started dating a married man, who happens to be a sex offender. But I used my handy dandy subscription to Instant Checkmate to look up his name. No one listed for that name, but we had been texting so I looked him up by his phone number. He tried to tell me that the text with his last name didn’t come through correctly. I decided to do a “premium” report on him for an extra $19.99 because of the inconsistencies. That is when I discovered he had a sexual misconduct of the 1st degree when he was 19, against a 12 yr old girl. Right about that time he admitted he is married and said he’d leave me alone.
This totally freaked me out. I’ve been crying on & off for the past hour. Blocked him on my cell, on the dating site, and sent the dating site the info that he is married and a sex offender. Funny how he’s not all smiles and cute in his picture for the sex offender record.
I got the craziest message on a dating site and thought I’d share. This is the 1st, and only message. He didn’t even ease his way into it. Just put it out there right away.
I wanna hit it like a home run in the bottom of the ninth. Lol
I’m pretty sure he’s not talking about baseball! 😉