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My first question is: Song from match.com commercial!!?.

My next question is: So, my "friend" who I decided to cool it with texts me today to say he's been really, really sick (maybe cause I put a hex on him, ha ha). I texted back to say that I was sorry to hear and that he should get his woman to take care of him!.

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He texted back to say :she has been helping a lot and hopefully I will recover soon. WAAAAH! What is it about men that they need to enlist sympathy from the whole world with every sniffle? And why does he need to tell me?.

I told him that she sounds like a good girl and TTYL..

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What's a girl to do?.

Gal Blondie..

Comments (7)

Your question was: Song from match.com commercial!!?.

"TTYL.' > what does this mean?.

What a jerk.  Men always think that women are just waiting to pounce on the first man who indicates that they need them for something - be it sickness, redecorating, cooking, or cleaning.  I bet he texted you to see if you would feel any competition with the new girl.  Ugh.  Can you block him on your phone?  While you are at it - place a double hex on him, hehe...

Comment #1

Snafu, TTYL = Talk To You Later.

Ugh.  I wonder if he's mean or just oblivious.  Either way, yes, be glad you escaped because a clueless man is not that much better than one who tries to be hurtful. .

I think it's time to let this one go without some contact for a while..

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Comment #2

Wow he is irritating.  Men like to string us along don't they!!  I'm glad for you too - that you got out!!  I would ignore his future texts!!.

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Comment #3

<< What is it about men that they need to enlist sympathy from the whole world with every sniffle? And why does he need to tell me? >>.

A) Men don't ... 'boys' do..

B) because you brought it up!   Ie, << I texted back to say that I was sorry to hear and that he should get his woman to take care of him! >> ... you brought 'his woman' up ... he simply responded to what you mentioned.  .

My question is ... why are choosing to communicate with this guy still?  ..

Comment #4

<< Wow he is irritating.  Men like to string us along don't they!!  I'm glad for you too - that you got out!!  I would ignore his future texts!!  >>.

Yes, he is irritating.  But, y'all are thinking like chicks ... meaning, guys aren't analytical about things such in the way of "oh, if I text her, she'll think I'm still creating a competition.".

Women think like that.  Guys ... not so much..

He is just being clueless, that's all.  He's being a clueless dude.    And most likely, he wants to 'be friends' ... because, face it, we ALL know that guys pretty much always think you can go from dating (online dating with Match.com) to being friends ... they don't 'get it' they way we do (that we can't ... even if we think we can ... which is where the OP is doing herself a disservice being even keeping in touch with the guy!)..

At the end of the day... the responsiblity for how we respond and react to things is ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS on our shoulders.   Square on our shoulders..

There would no context or purpose for the OPs thread here if she HAD NOT RESPONDED.  Simple as that.  Furthermore, she opened Pandora's box a bit when she made the woman about "his woman" ... especially saying things like "sounds like a great girl"..

To our OP:  C'mon now!    Why are you subjecting yourself by saying things like that.   It seems to me that you want to 'seem' a certain way to him ... but, the truth comes out here when your subject line is "One reason to be glad I'm not his " ... it's almost like asking for it by even bringing her up!     So, being the clueless guy that he is ... he's thinking "gosh, she's awfully supportive of this situation" ... believe me, he isn't getting that youre being sarcastic or psuedo-supportive.  .

Please do yourself a favor and remove yourself from the situation.   There is no value (as I can see it) in maintaining a friendship with him...

Comment #5

Don't have text communications with him.  Stop responding. If it's over have it be over.  He'll get the message.

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Comment #6

Yes enjoy the fact that he's not in your life and just date using Match.com men who treat you the way you deserve to be treated.  Best of luck!!.

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Comment #7


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