A netizen shared how she slept with a guy who apparently had B.O, and she described him as leaving her bathrobe, hair and bedsheets smelling “like a dead rat”.
Here is the story:
This is the dating scene. People come, people go. Move on for goodness sake, this is not a good look. So…assuming he has a reason to ghost you, can you handle the truth?
I’m female and was on dating apps. Met plenty of interesting people and had my fair share of stinks (Literally. Read on.) Ghosted people and I got ghosted on. It can be puzzling and disappointing, but hey we are all entitled to our choice. Sometimes, you just ain’t his cup of tea.
Sometimes you are the unfortunate side chick who didn’t know better. Could he have done it better? Maybe.
Back to the question, so if you want him to tell you the real reason, can you handle it? Or would you heap hate on him after that for being ungentlemanly and being too truthful and hurt your fragile feelings? Do you prefer he tells you white lies so that you get to walk away with your ego intact (it’s all me, it ain’t you kinda lame BS..)?
I ghosted this guy after many dates and I thought we were going somewhere. When we dated, it was all dinner and drinks and the likes in air- conditioned places. Nothing sweaty and vigorous. Then trouble starts when it’s time to get intimate.
I swear on my mama’s name I’ve never felt so disgusted post-coital. He has such bad BO when he sweats he left my bathrobe, hair, and bedsheets smelling like a dead rat. I’m not exaggerating and it left me so disgusted I decided to go off dating apps. I blocked him as well.
He found me on other platforms and asked why I ghosted him. I didn’t have the heart to tell him he sucked in bed and he almost made me wanna burn my sheets and robe just to get rid of the revolting smell. But neither do I feel like making up some “it’s me, not you” excuse to make him feel good.
And then… there’s that Napoleon Syndrome guy who kept boasting he has a 7inch d (when you think it’s sus af, trust your gut gurlz…). Then when the pants came off, I was so confused. I thought I had only seen such stuff in medical text books. It was a tiny misshapen and crooked little thing that is barely 3inch????. I got so turned off we didn’t do anything and promptly ghosted him.
Should I have been truthful to both of them and made them feel bad about something they can’t change?
Sometimes, the reason is you.