By jeanstein - 23/03/2011 14:58
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lol fyl....i feel very bad for op for the simple fact I've given out the "wrong" number to people also...so I can only imagine how it feels :/
date him, check him out ! you never know he could be your dream man ! i met a girl i dumped in the same way ;)
playboys always end either single & depressed or they start to finally understand that they should move on and start a real love life. I had a childhood friend who was very self-centered playboy, always got the girls, was happy like that, but turns out he got depressed and was more and more looking for love. (often indicates a relational problem with his mother)
pretend to be Celeste & tell him that your changing your # & give him someone's # you don't like. Then change your #. Problem solved!
I used to work for a cell phone company (Virgin Mobile--if you've heard of that horrid company), they do not have that feature. I have Verizon currently and I don't believe that feature is available on their network (I could be wrong though since it has been years since I wanted a number blocked). I just want to reiterate that not every cell phone carrier has that feature.
When I ever I get unwanted calls I pretend to be a guy. It really scares them away.