He did not live in the area, he was married (but claimed he was divorced) and -- worst of all - - he was an online lothario who gave the same rap to every woman he met. While profiles CAN be full of lies ('I have a master's degree in psychology'), even the lies can be revealing because they still come from the person making them. If they don't show up, then I am perfectly comfortable having coffee alone in a coffee shop.I even spoke to one of his other victims on the phone and exchanged e-mails with others whom he gave the same line to. If there is chemistry, then we could meet a second time for a formal date.However, she told me that she was a 'big girl,' so her voice seemed consistent with that.
Can one imagine signing up for a dating service online and having not one but several men write in anger trying to rip you apart because they know they don't stand a chance in hell with you? "In addition, the men I have met misrepresent themselves and/or are players just looking for additional notches on the proverbial belt.
I'm still a romantic living in a very unromantic city.
And in the middle of telling me things that he liked to do and talking about his ex-wife he goes from 'we liked sailing and buying antiques' to 'and I like corsets ...' Excuse me, corsets?
He keeps talking as if he hasn't said anything off, and I stop him and ask, 'What do you mean by corsets?
' I thought he was joking but I responded, and he says no, one can't limit oneself to one's own backyard, that he'd been thinking about moving somewhere warmer, blah, blah, blah.
Then he tells me he's good friends with Greg Allman , (I'm a huge Allman Brothers fan) and they were going to be playing here soon at the Warfield.And women say that men are trying to cheat on their wives or girlfriends.Or they lie about their accomplishments, job, etc." "During the brief period I was on Match.com, I heard from a man in Michigan who e-mailed me and said, 'You're the prettiest girl in the whole country -- want to have lunch?"So he says, 'Hey, how's this for a first date: I'll fly in, we'll go to the show for free, and then we'll go hang backstage after the show with Greg Allman.' He tells me he's booked his flight, gives me the dates and everything.Then he says he's a bit nervous about the whole thing but he's OK with it, he's going to do it. 1 was that he was very friendly in his e- mails but then somewhat distant and weird on the phone -- always like I'd called at a bad time.He seemed like a decent person, gainfully employed, and was average in the looks department. "As we headed up 101 North, he pulled the camper off into a rest area so we could have our deli lunch.