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He asked me if I wanted to hang out, and I said sure.
"Just want to give you a heads up, though," I wrote.
"I was serious when I said I'm just looking for friends on my profile.
You're so nice, and I don't want to lead you on in any way.
It was getting serious with one of my Tinder matches.
After a witty opener (he, having studied at Oxford, asked if I was British because I somehow looked it) and exchanging our jobs and educational background, we were discussing our favorite Delaware beach destination.
I was already imagining suggesting tea and scones at nearby Alice's Tea Cup when the Brit dreamboat got back to me one day later: "Thanks! I'm just traveling here for a couple days." I typed a polite "You're welcome," a little crushed.
I jumped in swiping myself and found, to my surprise, a lot of guys were cool with my rule.
It wasn't, however, easy to find a great friend match.
With photo-heavy, information light profiles, the apps had me frustrated within five minutes.
So if that's an issue, we should probably just call it now."We did; he never responded.
And he wasn't the only one who ghosted me after the big reveal.