Roommate got a wild story today

  1. Seriously, how hard can it be to put a solid black censor instead of scribbling whatever that is

  2. Hey guys, this is Austin. And today we have weird rapey can vibes with just a bit of lessons on why to always trust your gut

  3. That’s amazing. Recently, I got a text for the guy that used to have my number. It was some girl he met at a bar. After I explained what happened she kept texting me and then asked me if I wanted to meet up with her and make out. She even sent me some fairly lewd pictures. For reference, I am also a girl. Anyway, I had to let her down easy, but who really hooks up with a random number?

  4. When I was 16/17 circa 2000 my friend ended up dating a girl from half way across the country who called him once dialling a wrong number and just chatting for a bit. I was 100% convinced he was gonna get killed when he took the train to meet her but turned out to be legit.

  5. I’m pretty sure this is some kind of newfangled scam. I’ve gotten similar texts and so have other women I know.

  6. Honestly, there’s like a 99% chance that she just made this story up, but she did a great job. I’d much rather get this than the usual nothing/stringing along.

  7. I wish I had the phone to screenshoot it, was ran over at work. But either a wrong digit somewhere or a fake number which luck would have was me. This guy was sending some graphic pics n messages while I was working Said couldn't wait to see me again and he would fly to see me soon. Said it was fn messed up to keee moving his hand when trying to slip it down my pants. I told him I just thought it was too soon to find out there was a dick down there.....ghost city......

  8. Why didn’t original tinder Austin follow up an enthusiastic response after 4 days? Is dating these days just really that brutal? I’d at least have left a polite “heya, did you see my last message?”

  9. Sending a "Hello?" Or "Did you get that?" Message is a one way trip to being unmatched on dating apps. No matter how long it is. If they want to message you, they will.

  10. I'll be honest, I'm having trouble following this story and who's being texted here on these screenshots and who she's talking about. Basically all of it, really.

  11. Austin is the man speaking to this woman on a dating app. She disappeared for a few days after he left a message, and came back to explain that she had disappeared because someone had directly texted her saying "hey its Austin" and she assumed she had already given the person in the dating app named Austin her number, and that it was him. Lo and behold, it was not Austin from the dating app, but a stranger who had coincidentally called himself Austin and confused her potentially leading her into a bad situation with a stranger.

  12. I don't understand. So they both have the same name? So a guy texted her with the same name of the guy she thought she gave her number to?

  13. Mysterious guy was probably not saying his name and she just saw a unknown phone number texting her. She thought it was the tinder guy and saved it under his name.

  14. Oh wow. Didn’t expect this to blow up like it did so let me give an update for some stuff I see in the comments!

  15. That story is 100% made up. It's far more likely you made up the whole thing, but just in case it's real that woman 100% lied.

  16. Uuh, as a woman I can say that I'm also suspicious. You have an apology at the top for not responding then a long winded story about not responding sooo idk I see red flags. If it's a lie it's pretty creative. If it's true yeah that's terrifying but I'm not very sold.

  17. So you’re saying that a random dude texted her, said his name was Austin, at the same time that she was trying to meet up with a guy called Austin? Hard to believe.

  18. It was just a dude who was also called Austin. He either had the wrong number, or she gave it to him before when drunk or something. Why would the guy have given a legit selfie instead of cat fishing? This was just a miscommunication between two strangers who thought they knew each other.

  19. Why wouldn’t she just ask who he is directly instead of pulling some weird Uber move??? Clearly he thought he knew her as well, and had the wrong number, or did know her and she forgot or something. I think that he would’ve just driven away if they realized that they just didn’t know each other. Now some guy thought that he was gonna go on a date and he got ghosted

  20. Ah! The old too many fishing lines in the Tinder pond! 🤣😂🤣 -Just a Chinese fishing boat. Pay no attention to the van. 中国的智慧。

  21. I'm sick of the discrimination of men with vans. I've never kidnapped a woman or child..... except that 1 time, but i returned her later. We are not all bad people. Give us a chance n you might like the van. I've got snacks and candy and Nintendo. The windows are tinted for bow chika wow wow, or if you just don't like the sun. We van guys just love harder and i think you'd be very surprised at how much you enjoy your new home and hey if you don't like the van I'll eventually take off the chains and let you go...... maybe...... so if your looking for love in all the wrong places, maybe give the right places a chance and by right place i mean my van.

  22. Ronnie, I am afraid to tell you this woman made all that up. It is an elaborate lie to explain why she never messaged Austin back

  23. I think it could be real. But either way it's really sad to me that so many people on here think someone would go to this length just to flake on someone :( shows how fucked dating is in 2022

  24. There are three rules that I live by: never get less than twelve hours sleep; never play cards with a guy who has the same first name as a city; and never get involved with a woman with a tattoo of a dagger on her body. Now you stick to that, and everything else is cream cheese.

  25. rrespect your intuition is the best presence of mind you can have along with. "the only thing working for you 24 hours a day 7 days a week is your intelligent attention and the awareness it brings, do not ignore it or brush it off".

  26. Always trust your instincts is a large over-simplification. But if there's something that "raises your hackles" or makes your hair stand on end, then it's probably time to heed what your body is saying.

  27. I went in a Tinder date once. When I turned up she was like, your not the right guy. And she had mixed up the numbers. So we went for a pitty date anyway and that’s the last time I tired online dating.

  28. Nah ram I’ve been in her shoes lol met someone on tinder and an old friend got in contact with me around the same time. I talked to both of them for a week before realizing I mixed the numbers up as I was waiting for a date with one that I thought was the other

  29. I literally did this back in 2007. I was chatting up two guys in lavalife named Allen. To avoid paying extra, and continue talking with someone, sometimes I would transfer a chat over to ICQ (I actually have no idea what messaging service if was, but you get it). That's where the switch happened and I ended up making plans with the wrong Allen! I was so confused, when I laid eyes on him, but I wasn't really sure until I asked about his cat and he pointed out that I must be confused...

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