Online dating conman
Get some popcorn.” At first, I thought it was just a fanciful tale. The author of the epic tale describes seeing Aponte, flanked by “two enormous bodyguards in sunglasses” taking the stage.
Online dating sites advertise happy endings, but a Tinder date in Manhattan just took a surreal turn. I trust nothing anymore.” Caught up in an elaborate online dating scam, that man (known as Misha) posted a long thread on Twitter describing what happened.
Don’t get got.” It was all the horror of The Bachelorette without the suspense—or the budget.
(Or agreement from participants in advance...) The undercurrent of contempt running through this prank makes me hope that relationship experts and psychologists John and Julie Gottman will use it as a case study.
Everyone here today was brought here to be on a date with me.” Then, as Misha describes, she “proceeds to give a hunger games speech about what its gonna take to date her” and initiates a competition between the men.
“At that point,” Misha reported, “I am genuinely amazed at the fallopian fortitude this girl possesses,” though he wasn’t interested in playing and went home.