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    Met this guy on a dating site and I liked his photo. He was well toned and sexy. However, once we arranged our date and I saw him, it was nothing like his photo. I asked him about it and he confessed to me that he was self conscious about his small build and thought that girls wouldn't like him. I am not that kind of girl, I told him. I like people for their personality more than their physical appearance. Boy was he glad to hear that. So, we had a good date and he told me he was glad he had met me and that he would take down that photo and upload the real one. I had given him confidence. I told him he should probably do that. Today, we are still dating because it looks like he was right. Too many girls judge the book by its cover. I found out what was in pages of the book.

  • #2
    Aaaaaw! So cool. Love that story. You didn't let his lack of self confidence get in the way. Good for you. 😜

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    • #3
      This guy is lucky to have found someone like you that offers no judgment, but open to forgiving and giving people a second chance. 😁

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      • #4
        I am not saying that you should judge anyone, but that guy sounds like he needs some therapy. His confidence is pretty low. I am glad you were able to help him still.

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        • #5
          Yes, don't judge a damn book by its cover. You have to get to know someone before you determine who they are. Many people do the opposite and that's fucked up man.

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          • #6
            I am having the time of my fucking life and getting some good sex from a handsome stud. Who is complaining? And what the fuck do I care anyway. Word!

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            • #7
              Good for you, that's a nice on, hope to find the right guy for in in here as well

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              • #8
                Thing is, in the technology age we are at, we can hide behind the computer and be anyone who we want to be. I guess we just have to be a bit more careful who we talk to in social media.

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                • #9
                  It's important to remind people to be the real them.

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                  • #10
                    I hope both gender have this kind of perspective when it comes to people. But I guess It's easier for them to judge.

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                    • #11
                      It's the internet, online, you could be a petite Asian girl in those skinny uniform skirt, but in real like you're a an overweight 40 year old, anime-freak, man, still living in his parent's basement.

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