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pandora92ParticipantAugust 6, 2015 at 8:49 am #83646
I met a guy online about 4 weeks ago. things started slow, i wasnt that interested. then we began texting and snapchatting everyday. He told me he really liked me and had told his mom about me. then he went weird said it wasnt for him and we didnt talk for days. he got back in touch and apologised saying he found out his grandad was ill would i give him another chance. last Friday we met for the first time, both out with our own friends. we had a great night dancing and kissing. next day his texts were short. i put it down to him being hungover and busy as he was at a football match. then the following day all he could talk about was sex. in the end i sent a pretty direct text saying if thats all hes interested in then dont text back. he sent me a direct snapchat ‘someone come snugg’ i sent one back and he said it wasnt for me. he sent some really vile texts so i deleted him on everything but snapchat. Hes told me to leave him alone. im gutted i really like him. whats should i do?
Xander1ParticipantAugust 6, 2015 at 6:34 pm #83672
It doesn’t seem like there is much you can do – some guys are with women just for the sex and no other reasons. I would look on to the next fish in the sea!
xspiderbaitParticipantAugust 6, 2015 at 11:32 pm #83678
Best advice I can give you is someone like this is COMPLETELY not worth your time.
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