Paul in Dating in 2020

  • Sept. 19, 2020, 11:24 p.m.
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one word asshole....he matched with me on bumble, so on there women message first I said hello and that he had adorable pictures of his dog. He replied back calling me a dog and please don’t message him....why are people so cruel. I mean why not unmatch or ignore me, but to be cruel is just not right so it’s just after midnight and tears rolling down my face as I write this. I think it’s soon time I just give up. I don’t think the pain is worth it anymore. Being alone can be lonely, but it doesn’t hurt like this did.

Evelyn September 20, 2020 (edited September 20, 2020)


You will make someone a lucky man one day. You're more pure hearted than lot of people nowadays. I'm sorry this jerk ruined your day and whoever ends up with this guy is gonna be miserable. You dodged a bullet.

Always Laughing Evelyn ⋅ September 20, 2020

Thank you, you're right.

still, i rise. September 20, 2020

Wow what an asshole! I’ve definitely experienced some similar things in the past. Like I have matched with guys before who will tell me they don’t date fat chicks. I don’t know if they’re just purposely trying to be dicks, or they get a message, look at the profile then realize it’s not someone they’re interested in. But I agree the best thing to do would be to on match them.

Always Laughing still, i rise. ⋅ September 20, 2020

I blocked him. Men are assholes with exceptions obviously, but really I just seem to find most of them that are.

Symmetry September 21, 2020

Ugh, what a piece of garbage. As much as you don't want to end up with someone like this, it still hurts when they are cruel.

Always Laughing Symmetry ⋅ September 21, 2020

Yes you're right and it's his loss. But does still hurt.

Small Town Girl September 21, 2020 (edited September 21, 2020)


What a prick! Something similar happened tona friend of a friend, she was telling me about it last week. Some men are just so full of their own self hate and have to turn it on to others. I am sorry hun.

Always Laughing Small Town Girl ⋅ September 21, 2020

Thank you

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