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OPP: Fly in Date


Yi guys! I’ve heard you talk about online dating before and I need some advice. I met a guy on a dating site and we hit it off. We exchanged phone numbers and had many nights that we talked until the sun was coming up. We've skyped and I know that it's really him in his pictures. I like him a lot and I know there is chemistry between us, but he lives on the other side of the country. He’s asked me to fly out to see him and spend a week getting to know each other in person. He offered to pay for the flight and said he will get me a hotel room so I feel safe. I was hesitant at first, but the more I think about it the more I want to do it. You never know where you are going to find love and I'm tired of being alone. What should I do?

Slacker did something similar and he was dating a girl that lived across the country and he put her up in a hotel. But he said she was indebted to him. Slacker went on dates with this woman and once they were going to have relations she told him she had an STD… so it made it really awkward. So he sent her packing and put her on a flight back home. He says she needs to be careful. He is nervous that she is going to be in his comfort zone and knows where to bury a body.

Steve said once the man plays for everything like the flight and the hotel, then you must owe him something. He says she should bring money just in case stuff gets weird.

What do you think Tara should do?

I think she should do it, but she should tell her family what hotel she is staying at and his name and his address. If she doesn’t do it she’ll regret it.


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