Say you work for a prestigous blue chip firm and you find out that some one has been setting up fake profiles of you and pretending that you're racist and homophobic and the public have been reporting these fake profiles of you to your firm. You also discover that whoever is setting up the fake Facebook and Twitter accounts, has also emailed everyone in your firm plus your bosses, saying that you're racist and homophobic.
You then get the police involved and they discover that its your disgruntled next door neighbour on a vendetta against you.
Will your reputation or career prospects at your job, be harmed?1 AnswerPolls & Surveys6 months ago
I use the dating app called Bumble and what I've noticed is that a guy will talk to you for a week, ask for your number then delete (Not unmatch), but delete their profile and never use your phone number to contact you.
These are profiles of verified men, so they aren't fake profiles.
Are there any theories as to why someone would take your number, delete their account, but never call you?2 AnswersSingles & Dating6 months ago
I matched with a guy on a dating app and we were supposed to me up but we had a disagreement so I cancelled. Problem is I still liked him so I re-matched with him on the dating app and he immediately started to talk to me again. He was on holiday at the time so we arranged to meet when he got back. And when he got back from holiday, he made it clear our encounter would be casual. So we slept together and after wards he starts to talk about wanting to be in a relationship, but naturally I assume he DOESN'T mean with me. So I give him advice on how to find a permenant girlfriend. After we'd slept together again we didn't speak much, but a few weeks later I looked at his Instagram and he's posted a pic of a woman he'd whilst on this holiday he was on, saying how he" loves her".
It turns out that a week after sleeping with me, she had flown to Britain to be with him.
My question is, could he really love her, despite having slept with me only a week before?2 AnswersSingles & Dating1 year ago
I went on a date with this attractive man and during that date he made a couple of sexual comments. So, is it possible to somehow get this man to change his attitude tiwards me and see me as a woman he'd like to date, rather then just have a fling with?4 AnswersSingles & Dating2 years ago
I’m in what I thought is a casual relationship with this guy that I met online. After the the first time we slept together we started talking about christmas plans and he starts off by saying that Christmas is harder now that his friends are married with kids. I follow suit with the same type of comments. Then he said that he “he’s looking to be in a relationship because he’s tired of of the whole internet dating scene”. I felt uneasy about his comment so I diverted the conversation and told him that “If he’s looking for a permenant relationship, he won’t find a women from the internet” and that he “needs to start chatting up girls face to face, say in coffee shops or somewhere”. After we slept together a second time, he mentioned train times (to get me home) and naturally I took that as my cue to leave.
But since that conversation I’ve been wondering, was he propositioning me? Or was he simply being open and honest about wanting a relationship, but not specifically with me?4 AnswersSingles & Dating2 years ago
This guy cancelled our second date at the last minute. He claimed that he was feeling depressed and when I pushed further for the reason why, he claimed that him being unemployed and broke was depressing him.
Seven days later he text me with an apology and a claim that he's "got a job now"
Do I give him a second chance, or am I being played?5 AnswersSingles & Dating2 years ago
There s this guy who ve I dated a few times and the understanding is that we ll be having casual sex. We we scheduled to meet tonight to have our first sex session. However, when I text to ask what time I should get to his flat he replied that he wanted to "cancel as he s not in the mood"
Now this is the first man whose cancelled on me, on the day we were to have sex.
So my question is, why would a man do this?6 AnswersSingles & Dating2 years ago
Some years ago a man attacked my daughter and only recieved minor punishment from the Courts. So angrily I took revenge against him and ended up in Court myself. The conditions were, that I not contact him or upload his image onto social media again, but I want to warn other people about him by uploading my story as a a video on Youtube. Of course I won't be using his real name or image in this video but I've been warned that it could still get me into trouble. Does anyone have any legal or personal advice on how to do this without getting into trouble with the Court again?12 AnswersLaw & Ethics3 years ago
Question: Your friend tells you that 5 years ago he got into a street fight with a stranger who had grabbed him by his hands and punched squarely in the face 3 times. His assialant was charged but when it got to court it was dropped. You tell your friend how awful rhat must have been, but don t ask any questions.
A few months later you ask you friend "Why did they drop the case against the person who had punched you?" And your friend replies "Well the agressor had barely connected to their face" and they couldn t be bothered any more because on the day of court "They just wanted to go back to work and get on with their job"
Is there anything remiss about this?1 AnswerFriends3 years ago
If you were repeatedly punched in the face and brought it to the police and the police charged the puncher with assualt. Then the victim who doesn't know the puncher personally said that they wanted to drop the charge "AS A FAVOUR" to the puncher. What would you think?5 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police3 years ago
Question: There's a girl you've seen around and you quite like and you would like to talk too. You end up at a party of a mutual friend and you see her talking to some other man before you can get to her do you 1) Hold a conversation with someone in front of her so that she can see you 2) Stand near her but out of her eyesight so that you can watch how the conversation unfolds. 3) Ignore them talking and just enjoy the party?
#DontFeedTheTrolls2 AnswersSingles & Dating7 years ago