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WE HAVE all heard of catfishes but it's rare for us to say we've seen one in action.
A woman on TikTok admitted she and her friends made a fake account on a dating app to help her gain confidence talking to men.
Sadly, things backfired when she actually fell for one of them.
In a video, she claimed: "Thinking about the time my friends and I made a catfish account on Buble because I was too scared to talk to guys, and ended up matching this guy.
"And he asked catfish me on a date for drinks, so me and my friends went to the bar he was at and when he realized h got stood up and was about to leave, I approached."
She then claimed she simply struck up a conversation with him and told him that whoever had stood him up was not the smartest.
She also bought him a drink and they have been together ever since.
In the last two years, she had never told him this story. Though, at the end of the video, she did apologize.
Sadly, her apology was not enough because her boyfriend came across the video on his social media feed and asked her about it.
Showing their text conversation, he asked her if she was telling the truth in the video, to which she admitted.
She then added he stopped talking to her and ultimately, dumped her.
A woman had previously talked about her horror date when she found out that her man was already engaged to another woman.
TikTok user, @datingprofiledr, who shares what it's like to date as a 40-year-old in the 21st century, has many stories – but there's one that's difficult to top.
''I need to preface and say that I'm not on Tinder anymore because I learned my lesson,'' she began the video.
According to the redhead stunner, she matched with a guy on Tinder a while back.
“He was a little bit older, seemed like a nice guy.''
“We went on one, two, three dates even and everything seemed to be going really well,'' she said.
Until, as it usually seems to happen these days, the dream man suddenly ghosted her.
Sometime later, the 40-year-old said, she received a message on Facebook from a girl she used to go to high school with.
''So how do you know so and so?'' the text read.
This is where the ex-Tinder user said she made the mistake.
After replying that she had matched with the man on Tinder and had gone out on a couple of romantic dates only to then end up being ghosted, the high school friend messaged: ''Oh, really…?''
''It's only that he's been my boyfriend for the last four years!''
''Girl…I'm so sorry!''
Apologizing that she had to break it to her like this, the Frozen Anna lookalike sent all the text messages between the two – also known as 'receipts'.
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