OKC Experiments: Role-Play Mayhem

Hypothesis: If an attractive man leaves you and message that is both funny and interesting, than it is probably too good to be true.

Control: Begin a conversation with the attractive man who messaged you on OKC with a few jokes and video game references.

Independent: His responses and whether or not he asks you on a date.

Results: These messages began as cute little jokes with mild flirting and plenty of Batman references. These did eventually lead to numbers being exchanged and the flirting to be a bit more intense. At some point he decided that being the attractive and funny nerd that I was experiencing was no longer going to happen and the “freaky shit” began to show. This led to a severe change in these conversations that would end with me trying to maintain what I thought was a good start to a relationship while also not sending any pictures or any further personal information until I was sure this guy wasn’t going to show up at my apartment in full role-play mode wanting to play Joker and Harley Quinn in every disturbing detail.

Conclusion:

  1. No I am not going to send you pictures when I have never actually seen your face.
  2. I don’t want to see your “Robin”… Batman. (and stop trying to sound like Adam West)
  3. I have no interest in introducing you to my cats as I know they will disapprove.
  4. I am clearly not cut out for this dating life.
  5. I am going to actively not respond to any further messages as I am thoroughly creeped out.
  6. Definitely too good to be true (damn)

Post Comments: This person recently found me on Facebook (even though no names or other personal information was shared). I attempted to determine why I was so thrown off by him the first time we spoke. I have now been reminded why I lock all possible way to enter my house when I am alone at home.

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