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He was already calling me "his girlfriend" to his friends.When we met, I instantly knew there was zero physical attraction (his photos were obviously old upon seeing him in person).I have two worst online dating stories: Guy one was the same age as me, sweet and laid back and we ended up dating for a few months.He lived with his brother so he always came to my apartment.
I initially wasn't even all that into meeting him because I was burned out on online dating, but I went anyway for "a" drink. WORST: Guy I made the mistake of texting waaaay too much before meeting in person.I know there are a ton of you who met current SOs/spouses online. But I also want to hear some of the bad stories (since every single person who has done online dating has at least one of them).So I'd love for everyone to give me one of each! Worst: Met a guy who showed up to a our date completely and totally hairless. He was also so totally creepy (think the kind of creepy that you feel deep in your stomach) that I couldn't get away from him fast enough. He was at the gym doing leg day in the single squat rack in the gym, a personal trainer asked him to move so his client could work in, he refused and stood his ground in the squat rack, after 30 minutes of arguing gym management called the police to arbitrate the situation.He was very pushy - kept asking me increasingly personal questions and getting upset that I wasn't open with him.I cut him off after that night, but he knew I was active in a meetup group so he showed up to an event I was at a few months later. Worst: he was a huge racist and kept making comments about brown people and assuming that because I'm light skinned, I couldn't possibly be pissed off about his comments. I had a crush on him because he was hysterical and kinda cynical about other people but not in a really bad way.
Towards the end I thought I'd send him a FB friend request and when I found him saw his profile picture was a photo of his wife and newborn child.