SO, my personal jeans, my personal keds, and the dress I wanted to buy got soaked in urine.
Upon bringing this to the manager, I was offered 60% off clothing I NEEDED TO BUY or else I would have had to leave the store naked.
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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... It's not old, it's current BUT - our first date is this Saturday and I wonder why a guy would delete his profile before he has even met the woman.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. So far, we've only messages, talked on the phones about a handful of times, and he knows about my OLD hangups, one of them being guys not deleting their profile after we start seeing each other. It's not old, it's current Unless you told him "But now, I DON'T think a guy should delete his profile when we start seeing each other." And the way you explained it, you probably gave him the impression that if You like the guy -- You don't want him profiling other women. It's been 2 freaking weeks -- you're skeptical about guys online -- he's just trying to get meeting ya out of the way. :) He tries to do what you conveyed you'd like and then some, as he very well may have been aiming to delete it anyway off here in the near future -- and you freak out. Is this a red flag or have I been "damaged" by too many douche bags online to be this suspicious? Either way, I'm keeping the faith for now and see how it goes.
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Although he could have simply hidden his profile, I don't consider deleting the profile to be a red flag. I had first dates / meetings with women that deleted their profile prior to the date. Is this a red flag or have I been "damaged" by too many douche bags online to be this suspicious Well if you whined to this new guy about how you've been duped and mistreated as much as you've repeated it on here, he probably just did it too gain browny points and win you over.he could be just a thoughtful dude, I guess time will tell, good luck I think profiles should be hidden or deleted when dating someone if you really want to see if that person is the one. I met him on match and he had 3 less than great head shots (and no full body one at all), all wearing sunglasses.
They told me that they would break from internet dating if/when it didn't work out with me. BUT, if people haven't met yet, sounds like a red flag to me. So far, we've only messages, talked on the phones about a handful of times, and he knows about my OLD hangups, one of them being guys not deleting their profile after we start seeing each other.2 weeks is a long time of communicating. I guess could start a thread 'I met an average looking guy' but I don't have an issue to raise about him...