Majestic Flower vs. Oxygen Deprived Weed

In my last post, I meant to write about how ‘Hugo‘ sent me a second email, but I got distracted when I found another blog talking about the same guy and his attempts at flattery.

Apparently, Hugo has his account set up so that if you click on his profile, he is notified of who has looked at his profile.  I had only looked out of a perverse sense of curiosity.  A day or two later, he sent this follow-up email:

“Good morning, I hope your day will be as beautiful as you are. I see that you viewed at my profile. Believe me, I am not a fictitious man. I am an expressive man, and I am as real as the day is long. I am really college educated, I really have a great career, I am really 6 foot 3 inches tall, I am really single, and I am really patiently waiting to hear from you to call me. If you do, I assure you, you will have no regrets. I totally understand that most men don’t express themselves as vividly as I do, but every man has a gift.

P.S. I hope to hear from you soon.”

Creepy!  I didn’t realize people could tell when you looked at their profile.  I suspect it’s one of those “extra” features of Match.com…that facilitates stalking behavior!  Apparently, you can sign up to get notified the moment someone reads an email you sent to them.  That seems neurotic to me.

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One Response to Majestic Flower vs. Oxygen Deprived Weed

  1. Yes, the “Who’s Viewed My Profile” is both good and bad. It is good when you can look and see all the hot guys who checked out your profile, but bad if you look at someone randomly and it is viewed as a wink.

    🙂

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