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    Agree. 🚩He sounds too weird, delete and block him.🙊🙉🙈 Give your sloth a hug.🐵
    Originally Posted by kim42
    This was a red flag for me, that he kept asking about me meeting other men.

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    Just joining in with the others.

    Aside from being a proverbial red flag, it's just deeply unattractive—a one-two punch that he's not worth your time.

    I encountered some lower-octane versions of this when I was on the apps: people who seemed to equate jealousy and possessiveness as interest. I kind of grouped them in with the people who led with thirsty, saucy stuff after just a few texts—adults who had grown into a juvenile mindset about romance, rather than out of it. Not a cute look. In this case, I think you encountered someone on the far end of that spectrum. Bye bye. Next.

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    Holy....wow....creepy af..... delete, block, stay away.

    Serious question though - why are you questioning your judgment in a case this extreme? What's going on with you? Not only are you questioning your judgment, but you were indulging this psycho (which he and others like him will read as weakness and encouragement to push and pursue and manipulate) in conversations about what you think or feel is right. If there is a ever case for this isn't going to work out response and just block and delete immediately and without a second thought this was it.

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    I don’t want to be that person who sees everything as a red flag
    I somehow don't see this happening... it may seem as though you are being overly cautious or strict but this is only because so many people seem to throw the gates wide open at the first sign of attention/validation/chemistry with someone.

    It's better to be single than in a relationship with someone that has zero respect for your boundaries.

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    Strange... sounds as if you didn't even meet? Did he see your picture? Are you perhaps way out of his league and he was so over the moon about actually having you acknowledge him that he wanted you all to himself?

    You need to sick your stuffed Sloth on him!

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    I can only add to the others... you were absolutely right!!!!

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    If you look up Red flag in the dictionary. You will see his face.

    Gut instinct is usually always right!

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    Next time you deal with Tinder tell them they'll have to answer to "Brutus" if they get fresh.🐵🐒
    Originally Posted by Camber 2019
    You need to sick your stuffed Sloth on him!

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    Originally Posted by DancingFool
    Holy....wow....creepy af..... delete, block, stay away.

    Serious question though - why are you questioning your judgment in a case this extreme? What's going on with you? Not only are you questioning your judgment, but you were indulging this psycho (which he and others like him will read as weakness and encouragement to push and pursue and manipulate) in conversations about what you think or feel is right. If there is a ever case for this isn't going to work out response and just block and delete immediately and without a second thought this was it.
    As I said, at first I thought he was only joking about being jealous. I told him yesterday I didn't like this the first time he re-initiated the convo. I decided to post on here as sometimes I tend to be too private and over-protective of my own well-being, if that makes sense.

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    Originally Posted by Camber 2019
    Strange... sounds as if you didn't even meet? Did he see your picture? Are you perhaps way out of his league and he was so over the moon about actually having you acknowledge him that he wanted you all to himself?

    You need to sick your stuffed Sloth on him!
    No Camber, we never met, we just matched on this dating app and exchanged a few messages. Yes, he did see my pictures. He actually said he thought I was beautiful and was sure men would hit on me if I go out. He was just invasive and creepy, my stuffed Sloth is much nicer

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