For a couple of weeks I have been talking to this person online and I thought this person is nice. We started talking after I helped the person on how to add files into this one software.
It may be that she is painting a picture of her ideal (fantasy) self in what she believes is a place (the internet) no one will find her out. This is farily common. However this means you can't trust her. Tell her in a nice way that you know that that is not her picture, and that you know some things she's said are not true, and would like to try again at a relationship or friendship or whatever you are after if you like.
I thought so that she has broken my trust. It's funny how people do these kinds of things but at the same time it's interesting. However, doesn't everyone deserve a second change.
>We started talking after I helped the person on how to add files into this one software.
That's a very cute and nerdy form of courtship ^_^ I think you should file her(?) as a friend/possible interest. She(?)'s just not ready to reveal too much about her(?). I think that at the moment, your exchanges are just a fantasy that she(?) indulges in. You can actually play a detective game, and slowly triangulate who she(?) really is. But I would not press her(?) too much, since obviously she(?)'s not ready for that. Perhaps she(?) will open up as time passes and your communication deepens.
Hello everyone and good morning I just woke up awhile ago,
I apologize to some of my sentences. I tend to mis-puy words when I'm supposed to type it out the way that I wanted it for you guys to read so that you all can understand what I'm trying to say. In other words, typo?
tell the truth..speak your mind.. and if she's not a real friend she'll prolly hide.. yet if she wants to become friends with u, she'll ct different,..
might be akward in the beginning as you have sorted it out, but it will be worth the effort, im sure.
Good luck, OP! :3
I think >>6 is right, just tell her that you saw through, but that it's ok, you'll continue to speak with her, and that she can relax and let herself be more sincere.
Thanks guys. =) I think I should tell her frankly. I am afraid of the what the result will be but it's for the best.
Don't forget your "friend" may also be a man.
I think you need to be a little more cynical when you talk to people online. Assuming that everyone will give their real photo, details, and situation, is very naive.
She's in the wrong for lying to you, but then you're partly to blame for expecting one to completely divulge their information to someone they have never met in real life before.
OP here. Here are the results:
The person went online last night and I went directly about it. We greeted each other and I asked her how she's doing. She said she's fine and she return the question on me. I said I was ok. Then I said that I want to talk about something and I'm giving you a chance. She said for what? For us. She doesn't understand what I was saying like she acted all stupid about it not knowing what I was going to say. Had no clue that I knew what was going on about her. I said: Do you have anything else to say before I say something? I was giving her the chance to say something I was hoping to hear but I guess it was my mistake to not give any hints at all but she should know what the hell she's been doing to me.
I have done some stupid things like OP. like, believing people on the net ^^
imo, she might be not a man, but just some busu joshi, or fatty, or something that she won't reveal to you. and she wanted a boyfriend on the net who will be supposing about her being cute unless the truth will be revealed. some personal experience, sigh.
No one likes being deceived. I'm just saying that I think you expected too much from an internet relationship. She probably just wanted someone to talk to, whereas you seemed to be looking for the whole schabang.
Just warning you that you should be more laid back about meeting people online, otherwise you could get very hurt.
I guess you are the person who I've been talking to in the personal issues section?
Anywho, I shouldn't have done that. I know I did a stupid thing and shouldn't have expected the things coming at me. I fell on my own trap. I'm sure this time, I won't make the same mistake ever again from now on. I should tell myself that internet is internet and the interactions you make with other people should stay on the internet. Real life shouldn't take part for it.
dicks out for Harambe