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Today on the Toronto-Businessphere Diana Skye is going to answer some questions around first dates, online dating and what you should allow to happen. Diana Skye is in a long term relationship with her boyfriend Josh and she couldn’t be happier.
- “If I meet a guy off TindR and he didn’t look like his picture what should I do?” – Anonymous
People usually want to make the best impression on dating sites. They might use their best photo instead of one of their everyday self. Stick around and see how the date goes. He may not be as stunning IRL, but maybe he has a great personality. That being said, if it’s obvious he used another person’s photo that is a problem. It’s almost like stealing somebody’s identity. Call him out on his cat fishing. He will probably have some crazy excuse. Either way, he is definitely not worth your time.
- “I met a guy for a date and I suggested a StarBucks coffee. He said it was too expensive and pitched Tim Hortons. Is it right to dump him?” – Anonymous
Not necessarily. He could be having financial struggles, which does not mean he’s not a great guy. It would be petty to lose interest just because of coffee preferences. Try to reach a compromise. Perhaps a small local coffee shop would work well for both of you? If all else fails, Tim Hortons does have good smoothies.
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- “A random guy on the street asked me for a blowjob. I was freaked out, what I should do in the future?” – Ashton Deroy
Turn him down politely, but firmly. Then get as far away from him as possible. If he keeps following you and won’t take no for an answer, try to get to a crowded place. I once lost a creepy follower in a mall this way. If you feel unsafe, contact the police once you get rid of him. You might not be his only target.
- “A guy on a date said something racist… What should I do next?” – Anonymous
Sometimes people don’t realize their comments could be offensive to others. If you aren’t okay with it, say something. For example, he might have said something offensive about black people. You can respond with something like “Do you really think they are all like that?” If he says yes, tell him it’s just a stereotype and you don’t believe in those. Maybe he will rethink doing it again. If he is rude to you about it, then he is definitely not the right person.
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- “I met a guy for a date at a place on Jane & Finch and he was talking big about his drug use and love for guns. Is it wrong to be freaked out?” -Anonymous
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Who wouldn’t be freaked out? You are in Toronto’s worst neighborhood and your date is discussing illegal and dangerous activities. Do you really want a boyfriend who is into those things? If the answer is no, get the hell out of there and do not call him back. If you are completely okay with dating a gun-loving drug addict, I would suggest re-evaluating your life choices. It might be thrilling now, but it will not be worth getting hurt (or worse) in the future.