True stories of internet dating
I decided I wasn’t going to date seriously again and that I was just going to live my best life and date as many people as possible and have fun. Now I’m in a brand new relationship after nearly about a year and a bit of online dating on several different apps.
I found someone on OKCupid who is sweet, kind and honest and didn’t send me unsolicited dick pics the first time we started chatting. I was really interested in this person but I was also still juggling all the other guys I was engaging with and seeing at the same time.
This is what I found:"My boyfriend and I met on Instagram. “We’ve been together for over a year now, with plans to move to England, work together and be together.
) and we had such an awesome time, we ended up sitting until the place closed, then we went to Mc Donald's for Mc Flurries (because, obviously) and their terrible coffee. We didn't hook up or anything, which is super common in the gay community (not that there's anything wrong with that). “It was more chatting online and in person for about a month or so (he came over to visit and watch series at my place a lot) until we finally kissed, and decided to see where things go.
And we're heading on three years already, moving into our own place next month.”“I have dated from internet dating sites against my better judgement for years.
There are numerous terrible stories of parents leaving their young children in vehicles.
And it’s certainly not limited to negligent parents—a hospital administrator once forgot a child in the car seat, where she perished. It tells us that the most horrible things don’t happen because of mysterious malignant intent, psychopathy, or anything paranormal.