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  • Writer's pictureLeah Jones


I thought it was another example of how everything is connected. That had the internet not existed, we would have met anyway. Weird, yes. Small world, yes. I treaded carefully, as I’ve been known to have horrible judgement.

Yep. Bad judgement strikes again. Now I appear to be a nutso reverse stalker (if I’m standing still and you come to me, I didn’t seek you out because I recognized you in person based on the internet, based on an internet dating service.

I’ve already backed out of and and if I could I would get the thing off the esquire website. It is time to also delete the friendster account, as it does more harm than good.

I’m so frustrated, because I try to be more and more careful every time I approach a new guy.

Forget it. Delete.

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