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Honestly, I was a little freaked out by his intensity.
My instincts proved correct when I received texts from him over Thanksgiving telling me that he had purchased tickets to a concert a few days after I got back to the city.
I did hear from him again randomly a month later, or rather, I received the hand waving emoji (his way of saying “hi”). I met him at a bar walking distance from my apartment, and he was really cute.
His first comment was, “Wow, you’re much prettier than your pictures!
Then, out of the corner of my eye I saw a friend from college and he came up to say hi.
After my friend left, he asked me if I’d had “a thing” with him in college.
Today, my friends share their online dating profiles with me.
But we had a great time so I was up for date number two. That’s right, communicating primarily through emoji’s was his M. By date #3 I realized all of these things and ended things with him. Men who only feel comfortable expressing their feelings via emoji are not for me.” I ignored the backhanded compliment, and we sat down.He was very tall, had nice eyes and a great smile, and the conversation really flowed.That’s right, this date kept getting better and better.