So Frit was browsing an online dating site when she came across a picture of a guy who looked a lot like an old friend’s younger brother. This was surprising to her because this particular brother of this particular friend was actually married. So she clicked on his profile to see what was up to, if he’d gotten divorced, etc. but quickly realized that it wasn’t who she thought it was and left the page without giving it any more thought.
Well, on this particular site, you can see who has viewed your profile, and the guy (age 28–that’s important information) whose profile she’d clicked on, saw that she had done so and sent her the following message (mind you, she never sent him a message, just clicked on his profile by accident):
Awkward moment for me. Just wanted to say your to old for me. But I really hope that my future wife looks half as good as you do when she is your age.
Have a good day.
Tell me you’re not laughing hysterically right now.
“When she is your age” … I’m crying I’m laughing so hard.
(And let’s also, of course, take note of the fact that this young whipper-snapper didn’t use the correct “your” or the correct “to”. But then again, maybe it’s just us old biddies who use proper grammar.)
Oh man. The blogging material we’re getting out of these sites is well worth the price of the subscription. I can’t make this stuff up!