It’s Tuesday yet again. Staying true to routine I thought it’d be fun to share some dating disaster stories. A few of the stories will be my own and others will not. When browsing, I came across a story on thoughtcatalog.com that I’d like to share with you all.
This Story Was Submitted By Username SamanthaG49
“Met a guy online, and we hit it off on our first date. A couple weeks later we had gone on four dates, and he knew where I lived. That’s when it started getting weird. He wouldn’t return my phone calls, so after a week I stopped trying. Not long after, I glanced out the window of my house and saw him parked a couple houses down with another person in the car. I waited to see what he would do, and he drove off an hour later. A couple days later, he was back, except parked in a different location. I started to get freaked out. There was also a second person in the car that time. They left two hours later. The third time I saw his car outside, I was poised to call the cops. I didn’t get a chance because there was a knock on the door. I opened it to a very pregnant girl on my front steps. She began to rant: How could I date a guy with a girlfriend, did I not have any morals, who did I think I was trying to steal her man, etc. I let her go on for a while before I interrupted her, told her I had no idea, and I asked why she was mad at me since I wasn’t the one cheating on her. I found out that she forced him to drive to my house and sit outside nine different times. NINE. She wanted to see what I looked like and have him confront me and break it off, but he wouldn’t go up to my door. I wish them all the best.”
Have you ever been in a situation in which you are the “other man” or “other woman” without even knowing it. I would have been very alarmed if I would have continuously seen his car appear in front of my place without any verbal communication. I think the man was very wrong to have been dating other women behind his pregnant girlfriends’ back. It’s a terrible feeling to be deceived and it makes you question if you were oblivious or stupid. However, the reality is that some people are just really good liars, and feel no remorse for their actions. I am curious as to how the girlfriend found out about his infidelity, but I also think she shouldn’t have been so quick to place judgement and blame on the other female. Sometimes women can be deceived by a man, and the initial instinct will be to lash out at the other woman. When in reality, both females can be victim to lies and genuinely do not know about the others’ existence. Unfortunately, there are some men and women that know someone is in a relationship, and simply do not care. They will do whatever they can to get what they want, with zero regard for another individual’s feelings or emotions. I hope things worked out for the couple, as there is a child involved, and I hope the young man learned his lesson moving forward.