Tue 30 Jun, 2020 09:07 pm
I matched with this guy on tinder back in October. We never met up before but we were texting everyday. In April, I matched with this other guy on tinder. When we matched, he gave me his Instagram. When I went on his Instagram to follow him, I saw that the guy who I matched with in October follows him. Not only that, but they're also friends. We would DM each other from time to time. No flirting. Just friendly, normal conversation.
A month ago when the pandemic was still kind of bad, I told the guy who I matched with in October that I wouldn't break quarantine to see a guy until this was all over. Now that NYC has reached phase 2, I have been seeing my friends. The guy who I matched with in April and I made plans to see each other on Thursday but I had an interview for a hospital so we didn't meet up. Right after my interview, I texted the guy who I matched with in October that I had an interview in a hospital because we're both nurses. He left me on read for a couple of hours and didn't reply back to me until a couple of hours later. I texted him and he left me on read and never texted me back since then. It's been 3 days. The other day, I saw that he unliked a few of my pictures and ever since he left me on read, he stopped watching all my stories. Does the guy I matched with in October know that I was supposed to see his friend or is his behavior not related to me making plans to see his friend? What should I do?
I'd take the advice you were given here back in Feb.
Oh sweet Jesus, vapid valley girls to the 8th power
You should eat less dairy and more fiber.
Have you ever heard of 'Tallhotblond'?
It is a highly cautionary 100% true tale of internet relationships. If you do not know the story, then I'd suggest you find out about it.
What should you do?
* Realise the world is not all about you
* Realise that other people have emotions and you have an effect on them
* Be very careful .... Many people are not prepared to be mucked about and react badly
* Stop sending people 'mixed messages' with your behaviour ... Actions always have consequences