Found boyfriend dating website
Q: The boyfriend I met online still looks at dating sites — should I confront him? Don't be duped into thinking that online dating is some kind of free-for-all, where normal rules of courtesy don't apply. Just because you met online, it shouldn't mean that anything goes and that he is entitled to surf for other girls while cooing sweet nothings to you down the phone.I have been with my boyfriend for a year and a half now. When I started looking a little bit further I saw that he had been looking up girls that had profiles in our area and he even had a profile up that said he was "single and looking". You don't go about setting profiles at dating sites if you aren't "looking" in some way or another. He said it was just a stupid thing that he did when he was bored (?! First, of all he is very shy and it is hard to believe that he would go out and cheat on me. But the way I think of it, is why even bother putting up a profile if you are not interested. Anyways, I forgave him and told him not to do it again.(fingerscrossing) Yes mom!Well about a year into our relationship I was using his computer and I accidently (my ass) hit the history button and saw all the websites he had been going to. ) and he would never contact any of those girls and he would NEVER cheat on me. The day before yesterday he was using my computer and he left his email open.If you had caught him out behaving as if he's single offline — taking another woman out to dinner, ferociously chatting people up in bars or exchanging suggestive text messages — it would be clear that your relationship isn't going to go very far. What he is telling you by continuing to look online is that he is not serious about you and doesn't care if you find this out.
You can quit patting yourself on the back, Miss Detective.
So those who can't spell and use too many exclamation marks will be drooling morons in real life, too.
Those who bombard you with flirtatious emails, winks and witty banter but then dodge the subject of meeting up, and then suddenly disappear without trace, will be dangerous sociopaths in real life, too.
Of course he went off and said I had no right to be snooping. I know I should have not done it, but I looked in it really not expecting anything. I saw that he had registered on on a night that we had an argument. I looked him up on that site and it said once again that he was looking for "something casual, with no strings attached."Fool me once, shame on you. While I was livid I registered on the website with a fake profile that I knew would interest him, since I know what he likes.
I (as my fake profile) actually even sent him a note today that I was interested in him.