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FML - The follow-up
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For those who care, no, I didn't give him my address, I'm not an idiot. He just knows the city I live in, because I'm sure I've mentioned it during a group chat. He and I are NOT in a relationship in any way, shape, or form. I barely know him. He's had this weird obsession with me for a while. We talk about once every other day, and have two types of conversations. The most common is: 'Hi, how are you? Good? Glad to hear you're good. Have a nice day.' And that's it. The less common and more cree
By LolAtMyPosts - / Sunday 15 September 2013 18:04 / Canada - Halifax
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Did you give them your address? If yes, YDI. If no, FML. I don't like giving out too much personal info to people online. There's a good chance they're not really who they say they are.

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Did you give them your address? If yes, YDI. If no, FML. I don't like giving out too much personal info to people online. There's a good chance they're not really who they say they are.

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I disagree (and yes, I read the OP's comment already so I know the situation, but regardless of that). There is some measure of foolishness in giving out your address online; however, that doesn't entitle someone to visit your home against your express objections. It's a FYL all the way around.

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Hopefully, they'll confiscate his axe before he gets on the plane. And I'm talking about both the wood-chopping murder weapon and the line of grooming products that causes women to surrender themselves sexually to unattractive men.

I guess it depends on the circumstances. If they have an online relationship, I think he is justified in trying to push a meeting. If they're really just friends, then this is not cool and somewhat unsettling.

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