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On My Three-Month Facebook Dialogue With A Scammer From Malaysia Pretending To Be A Beautiful Woman

In the gay world of dating websites, I've run across a few obviously fake profiles hitting me up, it's part of the territory I guess. But something similar happened to me a few years ago with a "white" doctor in Nigeria that was stuck in the country until I gave him my bank account info, etc etc. Instead of giving him the info, I let the conversation continue and somehow we kept chatting off and on for two months. Every now and then, he'd ask for the banking information again and I'd come up with some excuse to not do it; yet he'd still send a fake pic or two and we'd chat a little longer before I got distracted or lost interest. The conversations dried up when a specific deadline for him needing to get back to the US passed, but he was supposedly doing fine with the villagers he was attending to. I wonder whatever happened to that poor scammer.

Posted on December 6, 2011 at 3:30 pm 0

On Annals of Narcissism: Manhunt, Redesigned, Is Now The Gay Skynet--And It Wants You To Stay Home

I meant track list, since hot lists are gay.com features, but basically the same. I think of them as similar to getting checked out at a bar. Braver men go up and say hello or at least send you a drink (kind of like winking maybe? - another manhunt annoying feature), but many just check you out and move on.

Posted on July 27, 2009 at 2:28 pm 0

On Annals of Narcissism: Manhunt, Redesigned, Is Now The Gay Skynet--And It Wants You To Stay Home

Um, as another manhunt user can I just ask, who has 321 emails waiting to be opened? This person's profile must be a hottie. Whenever I visit Atlanta and change my location, I get a lot of emails/hits, but gracious! 321 emails?

I need to work on my abs or something I guess. This is worse than seeing hot guys checking you out on their hot list and then not responding to your emails. Sarcasm aside...321 emails?

Posted on July 27, 2009 at 2:26 pm 0