While I usually wouldn’t wish illness or hardship on anyone, that mofo deserves to get what he claims he had. Rock Boy, “So I watched my friends kids last night so that she could go out on a date. Well, I happened to be carrying some rocks in my pocket and I had an idea! What grown man carries around rocks in his pockets? We went on our first date, and he seemed normal enough.
They were wanting to play video games and watch TV the whole time. I shut off the TV and told them no more of that, that we were going to do something fun! Look them up, identify what they are and what makes them so special. Further more, making a statement like the kids are really digging my rocks leaves me to believe that you are several layers of crazy and I just…cant. Then when you think things couldn’t get any weirder. He was sort of sweet, and he really seemed to have his shit together.
I had suspicions that one of his “friends” was more than. I later confirmed and had hard proof of my suspicions.
He broke up with me shortly after I started to catch on, then when I confronted him about my suspicions he made up a story about how he broke up with me because he found out that he had brain cancer and didn’t want to put me through all that. That “friend” ended up knocked up and married to him shortly there after. My communication with Rock Boy never went past phone conversations. Our last conversation went a little something like this.
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It seems like everyone's looking for love online ... A few short years ago, we had to put some actual effort into dating and finding love. We connected with friends and headed out on the town/to the bar/to the game.
To meet possible compatible love partners, we started a new hobby, networked in our social circles, had friends set us up on blind dates, and generally spent some time looking for someone just as amazing/screwed up as we are.