It deserves no more than a 'thank you' if accepted.” “You don't really know if the lady is having a bad day and just wants to be alone, or is having a great day and is hunting. Plus, a guy steps into unknown territory, while the bartender has already been talking to this person.” “I feel like having the right mindset going in is key.
That person you're going to approach is just another human.
And if they don't want to talk to you, it's okay, you will find someone who does.
They're not a bad person or a bitch or an asshole just because they're not interested in having a conversation with you.” -- the guy just needs to figure it out before the tactics are deployed.
Submitted by De Anna Hall (Facebook) I got this message one day from a boy who I went to school with, and he was like, "There's a chick down here on Tinder and Instagram that is using your photos and a few of my footy mates said they've been tuning her." I tried to search her but I was blocked and so were my two best friends and my family so I had to get a person from work to look her up.
"He was convinced that he wasn't being catfished because they would talk on the phone and she would send him several photos a day. He told me he tried to meet up with her so many times, but last minute she would always bail.
Submitted by caitlins43ea9ae84 I actually catfished someone, but this was 15 years ago before it was a phenomenon.
As catfish stories go, things got intense fast, there was talk of him visiting, so naturally, I did something dramatic.
Guys nowadays think that buying the drink gives you permission to talk to and even harass that person.
You should always think of buying the drink as a selfless gesture.