Found him on a dating site
" (edit: I had NO intention of actually contacting his company.
I was just curious if mentioning something real to him would have an affect on him acting like a decent guy for a hot second) and then I saw that he had a girlfriend listed.
(Guy emailed not only my friend's boss when she turned him down, but also managers of ALL companies in the same line of work in our city where she may look for jobs in the future, saying unbelievably awful and untrue things about her, so I think people can be absolutely unhinged). You don't even know if it's actually him and you're talking about messaging this company he works for The messages you received were inappropriate and you should block and ignore them. Sorry if the initial post implied that I was actually going to message his company - I never would have done that in a million years - ass holes have to work, too. I would want to know if my boyfriend was trolling the internet looking for other girls.
I think already sending that message where you disclose that you looked him up was too much. Clever use on trying to teach me a lesson and duplicating my username./r/Relationships is a community built around helping people and the goal of providing a platform for interpersonal relationship advice between redditors.
He kept responding, so in order to shut him up, I decided to just see if I could find his Facebook and call him by his full name just to see if that snapped him into being a real person instead of hiding behind a keyboard..
All I had to do was search his first name and city and he popped up as the third hit (using the same profile picture).
Online dating for gay men has been a popular way to mingle but not get a serious relationship out of it.
And if you can’t meet in person, then what’s the point? Personally I find them to be a bit frustrating, as there is no real “buy in” or connection made. So last night I was getting these messages from a random dude on a dating site asking "dtf?" "bend over" and all of that lovely, dating site ass-hole-ery and I responded "no thanks" and left it at that.When I’m bored, I’ll just hop online and see who’s around and strike up conversation. Personally for me, the best way to meet potential dates is through my friends – going to brunch, a party, etc.By doing so, you have an instant point of connection (your friend), and somewhat of an assurance that you will be on the same wavelength (because people that are friends tend to be similar on some level).