Dating business man in dubai
He told me about his ex-girlfriend of four years, who repeatedly cheated on him every time he was on a mission.He told me how that experience hurt him and made it very hard for him to trust a woman again.But in order to justify his betrayal he made up a ridiculous and shameless excuse: he told me that the whole thing was more a gag and that he and some Afghani guy living in his compound made up a fake account on Tinder (what for is a mystery though).Apparently, in the very beginning of our online flirting I was alternating between talking to them both until he completely took over and went out of control as he was going through a tough time with his girlfriend.He told me he felt like we knew each other, although we had not met yet, and that he strongly believed our lives had crossed paths for a reason.After a month he admitted he was falling in love with me and that the anticipation of our meeting was consuming him.When he saw the comment he totally went mad and told me I was inappropriate as "Instagram is not a place to get into fights with random people." I was pretty surprised at his reaction and told him commenting on his picture after he claimed he loved me for two months did not seem that wrong to me.
The first half of the text was mainly apologies and insults toward himself.I stressed my total disagreement with any kind of "friends with benefits relationship" and told him that I was possibly looking for a stable relationship.He soon apologized and told me he was new on Tinder and didn't know what I was actually looking for and that he feared I might have still been in touch with other guys or my ex.I decided to be brave and contact her, kindly introducing myself, and told her I was looking for nothing but truth.She confirmed the two were dating for the past eight months, they even share a place in Florida.
After few days (and only to impress her as he expected me to show her the conversation) he wrote to me on Skype.