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He started wanting to talk again but that time he could actually "talk" better. I answered one question then asked why he was up at that time (which was creepy!
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He kept sending more of these longs deep thoughts type of things that amazingly only took a few seconds to write. I should have all ready cut it off by then but I wanted to hear his voice. About the first thing I said to him was he was a fake and a scammer and not a very good one either.
Ironically, he kept telling me how important honesty is to him. Then he started with oh baby, oh dear, oh honey bologna.
Actually I like the profile he stole, who can tell me how I can find my real dream man in that picture? Claims he lives in Florida and works on an oil rig. He just sent me a long love letter stating his wife died from cancer three years ago and he is claiming his true love for me. Lesson learned is when a man from match claims his account is ending soon and he's a widower, just delete or contact match right away. He want to send me money so I can order a part for his job. His wife had died 5 years ago and his daughter Lisa was in a boarding school in Florida.