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By Interview tragedy / Thursday 17 December 2009 15:46 / United States
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By  dudeitsdanny  |  9

That's why you're nice offline AND online, when people can see your picture ;D You never know who you're chatting with. You were on a dating site, too, after all. You both needed to get a life, if that's why you told him that. The only difference is you have no life or job. He has no life, but he has HIS job, and the power over YOUR job. Next time, I think a simple, "I'm sorry, but you're not my type." will suffice, won't it?

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Yeah, because I mean, trying to find dates online: Definetly not the most desperate way to get a date. Rejecting people online is just dumb, thats all there is to it. If you can't get interest from people in real life, and can't get the person of your dreams online, but refuse to settle for less, you are a bitch.

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  namezox  |  0

thatwasobvious... are you retarded? How the hell is rejecting someone online is dumb? She wasnt interested in him so she rejected him. In your logic, even tho youre not interested in someone you shouldnt reject them. Im pretty sure youre the type of person who gotten rejected ALL the time.

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  responses  |  0

I don't get why people say that. obviously we all have "lives" we just spend it doing diffrent things. we all have ou own interests. you don't deserve that job.

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  Blippety  |  23

You have no idea what the guy was saying to OP on the dating site though, so don't be so quick to judge. For all you know, he was sending her unwanted, graphic sexual messages and dick pics every day, in which case what she said isn't exactly unreasonable. And while I think he probably didn't do anything that bad or necessarily anything at all, let's not jump to conclusions on who's at fault when we don't know the full story.

By  Brave_Sir_Robin  |  4

Um, what gender is the OP? He/she/it didn't list it on the name. Yes, the interviewer is a guy and in all likeliness the OP is a woman, but, as Drill Sergeant Hartman would say, "Only steers and queers come from Texas..."

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  dudeitsdanny  |  9

It COULD be a guy.. But dating websites typically ask you to state your sexual preference. And gay men don't normally send messages to straight men on dating sites. I say normally, because they do it on networking sites, so it's possible on dating sites.

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Not really into this whole fascination with "dating sites", "Social Dating Forums", and "Websites dedicated to fornicating my mom's horse," among other things... My stance is normally innocent until proven guilty, but regardless what sex the OP is, he/she/it should find the irony in suggesting to someone to "get a life" and just keep his/her/its mouth shut both on and offline.

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  Subtext  |  10

It's Gunnery Sergeant Hartman...Jesus Christ... Anyhow, there is a difference between someone who is just on a dating site and someone who is obsessed with it...it's perfectly reasonable to tell those people to get a life.

By  dudeitsdanny  |  9

That's why you're nice offline AND online, when people can see your picture ;D You never know who you're chatting with. You were on a dating site, too, after all. You both needed to get a life, if that's why you told him that. The only difference is you have no life or job. He has no life, but he has HIS job, and the power over YOUR job. Next time, I think a simple, "I'm sorry, but you're not my type." will suffice, won't it?

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  pogostick_fml  |  2

I'm going to assume her full name was shown on the online dating site, and when he realized that the person applying for the job was the same person, he told the secretary something like, "This is the same hypocritcal bitch who told me to get a life." It's all speculative, but it sounds the most reasonable to me.

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