Is “Sweetie” A universal word used to avoid calling someone the wrong name?
his Profile: Divorced white male age 54. wants a relationship, Animal lover,looking for a kind, caring, loving women that is loyal. (sounds like he should get a dog)
his photo’s were blurry, he’s only 5’8″
his message: good morning sweetie (my first name is clearly listed) how are you today?
I didn’t respond but left his message in my inbox.
3 weeks later he sent another message: Sweetie you are sooo beautiful
Me at 11 PM: how are you?
His response: hey I’m well thank you and yourself sweetie?
me: not bad
Him: your a country girl (followed by a kissing emoji)
ugh i’m going to bed this conversation is boring…
5:40 AM Him: Good morning sweetie
Me: good morning, why are you up so early on a Saturday morning?
Him: I wish i were waking up to you by my side sweetie xoxo
Ok, he didn’t answer my question, we have never met and he’s already wishing i was in his bed! this is what happens when your bored and respond to someone you never should of…. Ghosted!
I’m all set with the “Sweetie” thing. Terms of endearment?? I think not.. Sweetie is NOT my name…
Is it ever going to get any better than this?