Woman Refuses To Meet With Man She Met On Dating App After Noticing One Small Detail In His Photo
When you meet someone on a dating app, you may feel like you know who you’re talking to. You may feel like you hit it off, but until you meet in person, this is basically like a blind date. Sometimes people lie on their profiles or post pictures that don’t really reflect what they look like. Sometimes meeting someone on an app and then meeting them in person can be a shock.
One woman named Jocelyn shared about a recent dating experience she had on the app Bumble. According to Bumble’s description, “women always make the first move,” so when Jocelyn was matched with a man named Myles who looked pretty cute, she decided to message him through the app.
It didn’t take long before Jocelyn gave Myles her phone number and asked him to text her so they could arrange to meet for dinner. There weren’t any red flags at this point, but as soon as Myles sent her a text, she was on high alert, and it had nothing to do with anything he typed.
Jocelyn immediately noticed the Myles’ texts were in green. She has an iPhone, and on an iPhone, texts from people with other iPhones are blue, but texts from people who have another type of phone, such as an android phone, are green. This wouldn’t have bothered her except for something she noticed in one of Myles’ pictures. He was wearing an Apple watch.
According to Apple, “you need an iPhone 6s or later” in order to use an Apple watch. Since Myles’ texts were in green, he clearly didn’t have an iPhone, which meant these must not really be pictures of Myles.
Watch Jocelyn’s video below to find out what she discovered when she did a Google image search.
@jjustjocelyn as if dating wasn’t hard enough already #greenscreenvideo #datingapp #datingfail #catfish #catfishstory #storytime #2022 #couplegoals #fyp #bumble ♬ She Share Story (for Vlog) – 山口夕依
In an update to the video, Jocelyn shared that Myles never replied to her last text. Some TikTok users suggested she send him a screenshot of Ron’s Instagram, but considering he never relied to her, she never sent the screenshot.
While Jocelyn isn’t 100% sure why Myles stopped texting her, she does know that his Bumble account was deleted, and that may have tipped him off that something was up. Bumble actually replied to her first video about Myles commenting, “We’re so sorry to hear about this! We’ve found the member and permanently removed them.”
Do you have any horror stories from using dating apps? What do you think of Jocelyn’s sleuthing work?