And having sifted through a seemingly-endless stream of submissions, she points out that there is a clear and obvious pattern in the behavior of almost all of the aggressive messengers.While some of the submissions featured are too rude to repeat, others are slightly more ridiculous and include a variety of extraordinary comebacks from jaded gentlemen, irate at the thought of being turned down.'I am not interested': A lot of the women who send in submissions to the account are very clear about their feelings early on in the conversation, however their honesty is rarely met with a reasonable response One woman, after seemingly ignoring a man's advances, was told: 'Yeahhhh so I have come to the conclusion that you are a Class A b***h.With toe nail fungus and you probably like to eat Cheetos while you watch reruns of Gossip Girl.'Thus far the account has almost 26,000 followers, a number which is continuing to grow by the hour as word spreads to other disgruntled women.
A Los Angeles woman has created an Instagram account which allows women to share all of the weird, wacky - and sometimes downright horrifying - messages that they receive from men via dating websites and apps like Tinder.
Alexandra Tweten created the Bye Felipe account as a means of allowing women to air some of their more outrageous online dating interactions, after realizing how many obscene and offensive messages she and her friends were receiving on a daily basis.
'That started a conversation about creating an Instagram to keep all of these insane messages so we could discuss them.
All women get some degree of creepy or weird messages when they sign up for online dating sites.'Alexandra hopes that the account will help women who have suffered any kind of hostile or abusive dating messages to realize that they are not alone.
She was apologetic, and explained that she sent me pictures of her sister instead of herself for various reasons.
The lie about her age was only a slight problem because she had just turned 18 days before so I wasn't in any legal danger. The second time was the last time I tried to meet a girl online.I was a junior in college and had been talking to this girl a few states away for weeks online.We live in an era where online dating has become the norm.But people aren't always who and what they say they are. He had been talking to this girl online for a really long time.If you aren't familiar with the term 'catfish', it basically means luring someone into a relationship by pretending to be someone completely different through a fictional online persona. He was planning on driving to Texas (we live in north Georgia) to visit her. The first time, a girl sent me pictures of herself and she looked like around my age.When he told her that he was going to drive over to see her she confessed that she was actually an overweight 43 year old lady. When we finally met for our first date, I realized that she was not the girl from the pictures because she was barely 18 and was enormous compared to the girl I had pictures of.