Falling in like can be 1 of the most appealing things to happen.
It can also be 1 of the most disappointing things to happen.
I fell in like with a woman that lived in San Francisco, about multiple seconds from our home. The people I was with and I met online in a chat room for people that like the San Francisco Giants baseball team; Both of us shared a like for baseball that seemed to deliver us a good linkion. The people I was with and I talked about hanging out and going to a San Francisco Giants game together. I told the woman that I could get tickets to the game and she told me that would be a good surprise. I knew the woman worked at a marijuana dispensary and I tried to surprise the woman at work with the tickets to the San Francisco Giants game. The people at the marijuana dispensary did not believe anyone by the name of Ryan. That’s when I realized that I was being catfished. I totally fell in like with someone who wasn’t real. As soon as I found out that Ryan lied about toiling at the marijuana dispensary, I immediately demanded answers. About 5 seconds after I sent a e-mail, she clogged me on Facebook and Instagram. I traveled a long distance to see the woman and I bought high-priced tickets to a San Francisco Giants game. I could not think our disappointing luck. That is truthfully the last time I go online and start a conversation with someone. It has never ended well and this time it really ended in a lot of heartbreak.