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It seemed he was desperate for me to A) ask who this mystery girl was; B) say nasty things about her in return.I got the sense that he was trying to instigate some sort of catfight to feed his ego, and I wasn’t going to play into it, so I changed the subject.
After answering around a dozen lightening-fast questions, I needed a break, so I decided to turn the tables.In fact, he posts all the time on social media about his ’amazing’ wife! He started telling me that he ’never had a Tinder account in his life’ and insisted that he must have been hacked."I forwarded him the screenshots and asked him, ’What’s up with you having a Tinder account? He claimed he was going to ’call Tinder’ and ’make sure someone pays for this.’ He even texted me a few days later to tell me that he had ’talked to Tinder’ and that ’he was part of 270 people who were hacked.’ I mean, he "That was about a year ago, and I talk to the guy about once a month because we are planning our high school reunion.As I turned to leave, he curled up in a ball and started crying, saying, ‘Please don’t leave me... I just wanted us to be a happy little family with a baby. I want us to get married and be a happy little family together…’ "A few years ago, I went on a date with a lady I met via Ok Cupid.We wound up going back to my place to watch a movie, which was really just background noise to our conversation.I wanted to run back out the door, but he quickly grabbed my arm and steered me towards a group of guys.
After quick introductions, he left me standing there with his douchey friends while he made a beeline over to a group of girls and asked them if they wanted a drink -- and no, he never asked me if "He sat there taking shot after shot, while I patiently waited at the other end of the bar like a jackass.
Dating apps have given us unprecedented access to every nut job, borderline sociopath, and bunny boiler in Chicago, and having a nightmarish experience has become some sort of twisted rite of passage. We asked a handful of Chicagoans to share their worst online dating stories, and we were not disappointed.
“I’d matched with this guy on Tinder and we quickly discovered that we had a bunch of acquaintances in common, including some high school classmates and old coworkers.
She matched with a guy and -- noticing that we were mutual Facebook friends -- took a screenshot of his profile and texted it to me in order to get more info on him.
Shockingly, her ‘match’ happened to be an acquaintance of mine who is VERY married.
To this day, he ends almost every conversation with ’thank you for not mentioning that to my wife.’" “Recently, I was talking with a girl who appeared to be a great match. After messaging back and forth for some time, she went silent and stopped responding.