Sweet Sue Posted November 11, 2017 Share Posted November 11, 2017 I have been chatting with an older gentlemen on eharmony for the last week. We are both in our early 60's. He has been married twice and I have only been married once. I have been divorced for 20 years. We have alot in common and after chatting for a few days, we decided to talk on the telephone. Our conversation was very pleasant and he was very engaging. We are pretty much looking for the same thing in a marriage partner, but I want to take things slow. He lives 5 hours away. He is a very successful businessman and travels alot. He asked me out for the next weekend. In the meantime, he also asked me if I was on social media. I told him that I was on FB. He added that you can find out alot about someone by their FB posts. I agreed and he allowed me to view his as well. He sent me a friend request and I accepted. I immediately noticed that he has over 1000 fb friends and that 95% of them are women. I viewed the profiles of at least a dozen of them and they are all single. Not only that, they are beautiful! They are not just average looking women. They live all over the country and some even live in his area. My question, and this is bothering me, do you think this guy is a serial dater? Could he be a player? My cousin who is on fb, has over 4000 friends and the majority are men. She loves men! She loves to date as many as she can! So, I am wondering if this guy is someone who is out looking to just have fun? I looked over some of my friends FB profiles, both men and women and there seems to be a good balance of 50/50. I saw maybe 4 or 5 males and 2 or 3 couples and the rest were all women, on my friends FB page. I am trying to figure out if I should ask him about this on our date or say nothing. If we go out again, should I bring it up, like, 'I see you have many friends on fb, do you know them all and why so many women?" Maybe or maybe not. I would love to hear what you think, especially the guys, but gals, any thoughts you have will be appreciated! \ Link to comment
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