Mostly my attitude was “ #don’tcrossthestreams Another true story: Years ago colleague who was new in town messaged me once on OK Cupid and we went for a friendly coffee before we knew we’d be working together. Upon being “introduced” at work, we never mentioned or even hinted that we had met each other before in any other context. If your coworker has got overall good intentions and is also feeling awkward about what to do next like, “” and then block him. Blocks are often necessary to make a social site usable.
It was inevitable that streams would cross and one of us would bring a dude we were dating to a party and watch him slowly figure out where he knew the rest of us from…because if you liked one of us enough to write to you probably liked all of us…and that we all knew each other…that we had definitely had been trading notes about him behind the scenes in the name of safety, solidarity, and hilarity.
When seeking romance (etc.) on the great wide Internet it is inevitable that we will run across people we know in other contexts.
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It might be useful in general to know how to stop an inappropriate interaction like this in the future, so what would you have done? It’s not inherently weird to be on the same dating site as other people you know in other contexts.
It feels weird because the illusion of privacy has been punctured for a moment, but it’s not actually that strange. I believe I have shared the story of the Shadowy Dating Juggernaut where Commander Logic and I and both of her roommates and a few other friends in the Bespectacled Bookish Brunettes of Chicago Knitting Circle And Culinary Society were on Ok Cupid at the same time, right?Or would it be better to just block him and pretend it never happened?In hindsight, I feel like there are other things I could have said or done to end the conversation sooner, but that’s only now that I know I wasn’t able to end it without confrontation.has been an innovator helping singles find love online since 2002.We were the first dating site to offer instant messaging/web cam chat and now we're changing the industry again by introducing a personal complement to online dating - personal matchmaking.Dude, if you realized that, why did you message me anyway and tell me that?