He was really protective of his phone and would never let me hold it.
So one day, I finally got in and found on Facebook messenger the same message sent to, like, seven girls, saying, 'Hey it's been a while, I miss seeing you around.' The worst part is that most of them replied something like 'We've met once, or 'We've never even talked.' I confronted him as soon as he got out of the shower, and he turned the blame to me for snooping!
Who you want to find: A beautiful stranger who's down.
Who you actually find: A passable stranger who hasn't decided yet, but wants to text a lot anyways.
Who you want to find: Someone as witty/charming/personal as their answers seem to indicate.
Who you actually find: A friend of the girl you met on your sophomore year study abroad trip, who's very seriously looking for "the one."Get: App Store Get: Google Play It is: An app that analyzes a swab of your DNA to match you with someone with compatible genes.
The catch: You gotta make over 0K a year or be voted in based purely on your looks.
Who you actually find: Just another reason to never trust computers. Who you actually find: The stalker you didn't know you had. Who you want to find: An attractive, educated progressive with lofty career aspirations.
From hacking a locked phone to peeking in a forbidden closet, these women got way more than their wandering eyes bargained for.
Here are 12 confessions that might leave you trying to come up with a harder passcode for your phone. "So my boyfriend at the time got a new i Phone and we hooked it up to my Macbook to set it up.
He never explained why he was thirstily trying to talk to random girls so I broke up with him shortly after." — 3.
"I had gone away for a few months during the first year of our relationship for school.
I didn't tell him and just waited to see what else would end up coming! in undergrad had a crazy complicated swipe lock pattern on his phone.