Her picture gave no hint, but the first time on the phone I was somewhat suspicious.
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.
"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.
He dropped me off at the front door -- his parting words were that I was emotionally immature." "I've had extensive experience now meeting women online.
For the last six months or so I've used Craigs List almost exclusively. "The only real horror story I have was meeting a 'her' who turned out to be a transsexual.
"This might have been a funny story if it weren't for the fact that people need a little loving and, God, sometimes it's sad all the (stuff) they have to go through to find some." Amen, brother.
"She had just gotten a house to live in that belonged to her grandmother.
I never hear from him again." "I consider myself an attractive, exotic type. I've been targeted by insecure, frustrated, sorry excuses for the male gender.
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 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.
"As for my current situation, I am not dating anyone at the moment and am not doing anything special to meet men.
I wanted to know your worst online dating tales, and you had some doozies.