yungandpritty Posted March 13 Share Posted March 13 I don't know if these details matter, but I'll share them anyway. I met this guy on a dating app. We didn't talk for very long before he suggested we meet up. First day we agreed to meet at 7 and he said his professor scheduled a last minute rehearsal, so he could only meet me at 9. I said 9 was too late and that we had to reschedule. Then, the day we met for our first date, he was 45 minutes late because he said he had to meet with his professor, then he got stuck in traffic. I was okay with all of it because he was apologetic and was keeping me updated. The first date was great. We just sat and chatted for hours over Starbucks drinks. Then when the date was over, he asked me for my number. Before that point, we'd been communicating through the chat function on the dating app. When I went back to check on our conversation later that day, his account had disappeared. I thought maybe he was actually serious about getting to know me. We were chatting then he brought up that he'd be free this week, and suggested that we set up a second date. All three times we were setting up dates, he just suggested that we meet up and left time and location up to me. So, I picked a place on a day he said he was free. I texted him the night before to confirm, and he said we're still on. Today I went to the place and texted him when I arrived. I got a message back saying "Receiver unable to receive message- Message Blocking is active" . I thought that meant he blocked me, until I read things online saying it could be an error message or indicate that he didn't pay his phone bill. So I waited at the place for an hour and a half, just to be safe, in case he was late again. I had no way to reach him- calling wasn't working and he'd taken his dating profile down. Finally I just left. I feel pretty *** right now, but I'm also thinking- why would he go through the trouble of asking me for my number, suggesting we set a second date, then confirming it just to stand me up? There must be an explanation, right? He seemed like such a genuine nice guy on the first date. What's going on??? 1 Quote Link to comment
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