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I know this is way off topic, but 39, you are absolutely gorgeous. Anyway, back on board... Maybe OP's date had one of those "unisex" names like Chris, Pat, Jessie, Logan, etc... I can see where there could be some confusion if that were the case. However, if it was more like Jeremy or Dave, that should have been a red flag.
My bad. I got things mixed up when I commented last night. Sorry to cause confusion! Don't drink and comment... At least I didn't have any grammar nazis after me. I've met a few girls named Logan. Do a Facebook search for Logan, I'm sure it will be a mix of guys and girls.
I lie on the Internet all time time!!! I like to tell people I'm the dictator of a small country somewhere in Europe, the location doesn't matter, usually I just spam some random letters and they usually nod and say they have heard about how beautiful it is in the summer, people are so stupid :)
My ex boyfriend's sister actually had this happen. She was young but she met this "guy" on MySpace and they were talking for about 2 years and started "dating" and when she went to meet her boyfriend for the 1st time he actually turned out to be a she. And then she turned into a lesbian and moved to the same state as her new girlfriend. So sometimes there are happy endings! Haha but never trust anyone on the Internet they are probably lying.
91, No need to pick on the semantics, you know what she meant. Just a general comment though, theres a lot of "don't trust people on the internet" comments being thrown around but realistically you're just as likely to run into a lying scumbag in person too. Anyone who suggests meeting people online is more dangerous than anywhere else is just blissfully unaware of the potential danger of meeting people in any other setting. The online creep stereotype went out when the internet went mainstream.
'Cause they rapin' everybody out here You don't have to come and confess We lookin' for you We gon find you, we gon find you So you can run and tell that Run and tell that Run and tell that Home boy Home, home, home boy Sorry, couldn't resist. :P And sorry if I got any of the lyrics wrong.