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    Post Man uses fake identity; Ghosts woman after 2 years

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    In a 12-part explainer series on her TikTok account, Kathryn explains she met her boyfriend online in 2018 while they were both living in Honolulu, Hawaii.
    They quickly started dating and "fell in love". She was so mesmerised by her new match, she says she didn't read into a number of "obvious red flags".


    Her boyfriend had explained he was "very busy" most of the time because he was a business consultant for many brands. She accepted this reasoning, as she "wasn't looking for anything serious at the time."


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    Kathryn claims this was his "excuse" not to have to see her, despite them being in the same tri-state area. The last time she spoke with him, he told her he was going to the hospital for treatment, and then he disappeared.

    "A week later, whenever I called, his phone would to voicemail. I called every single hospital in New Jersey and there was no one by his name," Kathryn claimed.


    She says she "searched for his records everywhere," searching for his phone number, emails and even reverse-searching his photos, but couldn't find anything. Earlier in the series she also claimed her boyfriend would never let her see his ID because he was "embarrassed by it."


    Putting two and two together, Kathryn says she realised her boyfriend must have been lying about his identity, and says she felt "betrayal" and "shame" for not having confronted this sooner.


    "In May, I filed a missing person's report and again, after the police searched, they also could not find his name," she claimed.


    Intrigued, Kathryn says she decided to log back into the website they met on and noticed he had been active just three days before.


    Ending her TikTok video series, Kathryn said she didn't feel resentment, and just wanted her boyfriend to "heal".


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    I don't blame the guy for keeping his identity private, choosing to only meet her in hotels and ghosting her. Women have created a hazardous dating environment where any man can be accused of regret-rape once the relationship ceases and the man has everything to lose.

    However, I do think that he should not have let the relationship continue for as long as he did, especially when she was eagerly pressing for commitment. She could be the crazy, clingy type who wouldn't let him go.

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    Re: Man uses fake identity; Ghosts woman after 2 years

    He's getting more pussy than a cat ladies house gets feral cats!

    PUA, fucking CHAMPION!

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    Re: Man uses fake identity; Ghosts woman after 2 years

    Kathryn said she didn't feel resentment, and just wanted her boyfriend to "heal".
    Amazing. The have a whole parallel vocabulary specifically for lies.

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    Re: Man uses fake identity; Ghosts woman after 2 years

    He must have been very good looking or appeared wealthy. The reason most people get conned is because they think they are getting something "better" than they deserve. In other words she was batting outside her league and she knew it.

    Lets look at a couple of the red flags she listed;
    2. He gave her the same gift twice
    She claims her boyfriend gave her a "beautiful peacock feather" as a gift, with "the most romantic story" about how he found it and what it meant to him. But a few weeks later, he turned up with another peacock feather and gave the same story.
    A peacock feather? He probably picked it up (twice) from a park! And spun her the same story twice!? He probably gave feathers to all his women, the worthlessness of the gift most likely making it priceless to the woman. The man is cheap, I like that.

    3. He claimed he had no social media
    As Kathryn says, in this day and age, "Who the hell doesn't have social media?"
    This is chick think. Unless sites like this count, I don't have any social media. I would guess that a lot of men cannot be found online. When I was on dating sites I would get women accusing me of having something to hide all the time due to a lack of photos or facebook etc. They never understood that all the fakes have photos and facebook accounts, they are just fake.

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    Re: Man uses fake identity; Ghosts woman after 2 years

    Quote Originally Posted by johnsmith79 View Post
    She could be the crazy, clingy type who wouldn't let him go.
    Gee, you think? Look at how far she went to stalk that guy!


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