Match com dating disasters
And women say that men are trying to cheat on their wives or girlfriends.Or they lie about their accomplishments, job, etc." "During the brief period I was on Match.com, I heard from a man in Michigan who e-mailed me and said, 'You're the prettiest girl in the whole country -- want to have lunch?And in the middle of telling me things that he liked to do and talking about his ex-wife he goes from 'we liked sailing and buying antiques' to 'and I like corsets ...' Excuse me, corsets?
"So I then had lots of money and I told her I was ready to be with her. She said, 'I don't care, I have two guys staying here now.' "A word to the wise: Look that girl in the eyes." "I met a guy on Craigs List and we had our first date.
Anyway, the date gets closer to when he's going to come here and well ...
I never hear from him again." "I consider myself an attractive, exotic type. I've been targeted by insecure, frustrated, sorry excuses for the male gender.
He did not live in the area, he was married (but claimed he was divorced) and -- worst of all - - he was an online lothario who gave the same rap to every woman he met. While profiles CAN be full of lies ('I have a master's degree in psychology'), even the lies can be revealing because they still come from the person making them. If they don't show up, then I am perfectly comfortable having coffee alone in a coffee shop.
I even spoke to one of his other victims on the phone and exchanged e-mails with others whom he gave the same line to. If there is chemistry, then we could meet a second time for a formal date.