Let’s call this guy Steve. Steve sent me a message asking me if I owned ballet flats [if you get where this is going now, trust me you were WAY ahead of me], and I was trying to be all positive like “Oh, maybe the guy likes dancers?” While I’m contemplating this guy’s inner awesomenessm my friends are flailing around the room screaming “OMG, creepcreepcreep footfetishcreep”...No, I thought, he’s just interesting. I responded with a nice “Um...yes? Most females own those types of shoes," but I wasn’t expecting his response: “Awesome, would you mind wearing them some time and allowing me to sit on your feet?” I completely fell out of my chair in that moment all dramatic gaging and trying to kick images of this weirdo out of my head. I immediately reported him because he creeped me out so bad.
The next story is a nice one to demonstrate that online dating isn't the worst
thing in the world...or at least for one of my readers Claire from The Secret Notebook, who managed to receive the best love letter ever from a guy she met and dated online. She told me that they met and fell in love online, but never actually got to meet due to distance and circumstances. She says it's the sweetest, most romantic letter she's ever received. Check it out here: