Tinder sends me a notification that I have a new match. Since I swiped left on an entire region of people, I know who the match is. Sure enough, it’s Michael. At this point I can only think how fecking weird my life has gotten. Things were not like this when I met and dated people in person. I’m going to type the entire conversation out for y’all and let you decide how strange it all is:
Me: Oh look, we matched.
Michael: I had to swipe left a lot until I finally found you again.
Me: You have my cell number? I kind of figured you ghosted me.
Michael: No I didn’t ghost you, I’ve been busy.
At this point I have to pause and think, hey I never asked this man what he was looking for. His behaviors prior to the ghosting indicated that he was looking for a relationship. Let us continue. This conversation took place over a period of three days.
Me: I should ask the question I should have asked to start… what are you looking for?
Michael: Serious relationships
Me: Hmmm have you met someone then?
Michael: You. I just laid down to nap. I’ll message you when I get up.
Me: You’re confusing lol. Sleep well. How about texting?
That’s the end of the messaging. W… T…F. for real. We shall see if he texts me like a person or not.
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OMG. This happens to me a lot. Why say you’re looking for something serious if you’re not! Grrrr.
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I think he thought he was but he was looking for his “perfect girl”. Not it.