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Lately, with online dating, when it came to the phone call and meeting....I would ask for her # to arrange a meeting, she'd always say, "Give me your phone # and I'll call you." And then she would block it, and it would come in as "private".
One said she won't even give out her # until they've met first meet.
The same goes for women who won't give their phone number until the in-person first meeting.
If they're that paranoid about it, they shouldn't even be dating.
As I said I've been lucky enough to have chosen polite, respectful men who didn't care one way or the other about my calling from blocked numbers and the few I've given my number too so far have all been fantastic-no problems.
I'll continue to trust my intuition and my judgement of character in general. Then if they stalk or harrass with messages it doesnt interfere with your main communications and you know who would be ringing.
I find this funny, because in some of the phone exchange threads, men had said they just give their # first initially, and the women responded, that women don't do the calling...it's just not a woman thing to do. He mentioned the blocked number and I explained that I would like at least one conversation before handing out my number. Most people feel like they're interfering if they call you and then don't even call when they said they would. If it's a safety issue, then buy a prepaid cell phone to use only for contact with online dating.
But when put into action, I find it interesting in MY experiences, they called me only when I asked for their #Lately, with online dating, when it came to the phone call and meeting....I would ask for her # to arrange a meeting, she'd always say, "Give me your phone # and I'll call you." And then she would block it, and it would come in as "private". I exchanged e-mail for a while with someone on here. He seemed damn insulted by it but thank goodness I stuck to my view. If I give a woman my phone number, I expect to receive hers.
He backed out of meeting her, simply because I'm assuming it was emasculating for him or something. Or just went with his gut, and figured that this wasn't normal for dating.
Over the 20 minute call, to get to know each other better, he told me about his heart surgery 6 months ago, how he had run out of benefits as work and lost his job and income, how his unemployment benefits were about to expire, that in the next month he needed to find a cheaper place to live (already in a lower priced rental area), that he used the library internet connection because his land line and internet TV were cut off and so on. I expect to be able to make calls, as well as receive them.
The only questions he asked me were regarding being a homeowner, number of bedrooms here, how many bathrooms, you're getting the picture. Following the call, I messaged him, wishing him luck and saying that at this stage, I thought he had more then enough to deal with - and the abuse started. Now, it's one thing to 'stand by your man' but another thing to be expected to finance a complete stranger. If I can't call her, I'll just pass and tell her I'm not interested.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...