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Confused and feeling strange

Discussion in 'Family, Friends and Relationships' started by StangerInAStrangeLand, Apr 17, 2008.

  1. StangerInAStrangeLand

    StangerInAStrangeLand Well-Known Member

    Howdy All,

    On a popular social networking site I keep getting someone from a nearby town making passes at me - telling me she wants a relationship with me, that she shares all my same interests, etc. I've been talking with her a bit. Thing is, she is 46, I am 23 - she's lived twice my lifetime (she has a kid my age) - I am very flattered that someone thinks I'm handsome (haven't had anyone tell me that in over 4 years), but not sure if or how I would go about pursuing a relationship - lost all sense of how to have a real relationship over the years. God, why I can't women my own age be interested in me (they only go after the party animals and horrible arrogant men). Really confused and not sure what to do.
  2. Fishman

    Fishman Guest

    Granny danger!!!! :blink:

    BOLIAO Guest

    cradle snatcher? just joking. don't let numbers get into the way of love. but you must be sure 1st.
  4. SAVE_ME

    SAVE_ME Well-Known Member

    Word of advice galalleni - BE CAREFUL - especially with people you meet on these social networking sites. A lot of people like to create 'fake' accounts these days via myspace/facebook etc, and use them to try and hook up with others. I'm not saying that this woman is definitely a hooker, all I'm saying is to take what she says with a pinch of salt. Believe me, just about every day I've logged onto myspace to find random friend requests from wannabe porn stars who are like, twice my age lol, and people sending me messages hitting on me.

    The internet is a dangerous place, you can never truly know for certain who you are talking to on the other end. Ever heard of a young girl named Megan Meyer? Young teenage girl who committed suicide after being deceived by a fake boy she met online? All I'm saying is, if you're serious about this, then great, just proceed with caution ok? Last thing we'd want is to hear about another internet tragedy. So just be careful.