Stalked By A Nice Guy

stalked by a nice guyDear AL:
A person I've been friends with for over a year on an online chatroom by the name of Jeff is stalking me since I stood him up on a date at McDonalds. He asked online why I didn't show up, but I was afraid to tell him that I'm not the hot slim blonde pictured in my profile since I weigh over 300 pounds, so I told him that I was sick. Hell, I don't even know what he really looks like, he has a picture of Snoopy on his profile. Jeff then asked me out on another date, and I accepted, but I stood him up again, and that's when he started stalking me!
Everyday Jeff calls me on the phone, and he came by my house a couple of times, but I wouldn't open the door. I wonder how he found out my address? Anyway, Jeff is really a nice guy, but he does not understand why I wont see him. So far from talking to him on the phone and hearing his voice through my door he sounds like a really nice guy, just wish he leave me alone! Confused on what do to!

Dear Jackie:
Personally I'm not sure if I would take a chance on meeting someone I met online, but that could change depending on how I felt about a person. If he sounds like a really nice guy, set up another date at a public place and bring a friend along. And don't worry about your weight, he might be heavier than you!


Jackie said...

Thanks for the advice, AL! I'll give Jeff a chance, even if he's fatter than me. LOL!

Webmiztris said...

that photo is the best diet aide EVER. lol

atpanda said...

Was gonna say the same thing. EVERYONE who's looking for love online lies a bit on their profile, right?
But still, dating someone you met online? Yeah... wouldn't do it.

Dak-Ind said...

6 years ago i made a friend on an mmorpg. 4 years ago he moved across the country to be with me. we are married, with a handsome son now.

i think regardless of how much you weigh, there is someone out there, and maybe, like for me, it takes a little luck, a bad video game, some technology and bang there ya have it... Love.

greetings from michele.

Maria said...

Not everyone lies on their profiles. I met my husband online and what amazed me was his honesty and candor. What did we have in common? I never felt a need to lie on my profile either. Honesty is always the best policy.

Michele sent me.

Carmi said...

As time goes on and the Internet becomes more ingrained in our lives, meeting significant others online will become a more accepted means of hooking up.

But I'd stay away from the fast food joints. Hardly romantic!

nyasha said...

i agree with atpanda that for a great number of people, blogging is a way to be creative, get your ideas out there without having to tell people who you really are. That is half of the fun. :)

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