While I’m an open book in this blog (and even more so in life), there are certain aspects of my personal life that I tend to keep semi-private.It’s done not so much to protect me – because I’ll post just about anything that has to do with me – but to protect *other* people I might be writing about.For 1988's Batman: A Death in the Family storyline, DC Comics held a telephone poll to determine whether or not the character would die at the hands of the Joker, Batman's arch nemesis.The character was killed off by a vote of 5343–5271.
I hope I don’t need to explain what Catfishing is, but in the event you don’t know what it means – here’s the definition, courtesy of Urban Dictionary:(The fact that THIS guy came up when I googled “embarrassed GIFS” is absolutely amazing - you’ll see why shortly)Here’s the deal: I’ve got the online dating apps. A few months ago I bit the bullet and downloaded a few ‘just to check them out’ and figured it couldn’t hurt to see what was out there considering we’re all a bunch of antisocial trolls now who don’t speak to other humans when we’re out in public. My experiences with these things have been all over the map, from “wow, yeah this is cool” to me, literally hovering over the delete button on every single app and ready to enter a life of celibacy and join a convent or even worse, the Witness Protection Program. And I got the perfect response to that question: Oh! Normally I wouldn’t agree to Face Timing with a total stranger but my curiosity got the best of me, despite the fact that I was uber-aware that everyone looks terrible and distorted on the i Phone screen and I was gonna have to be a participating party in this as well. And while he was a real (and attractive, might I add) person, something still seemed weird to me.
Truthfully I didn’t mind; I am not looking for the future Mr. I went back on his Happn profile weeks after we first started talking, and he had all new photos up.
AA here; I tend to not take this stuff so seriously. Immediately, that feeling of recognizing him from somewhere grew even stronger – the new pics looked even more familiar and I got a weird, uneasy feeling when I saw them. So, I used everything I learned from watching Nev and Max on Catfish work their magic on MTV: I took Dan’s photos and used Google image search; laughing out loud when I realized: this isn’t “Dan,” 36 year old “Marketing Manager” who lives in Astoria. PIC.“Dan” was smart enough to use pictures that were seemingly taken from the actors phone and therefore looked like any ol’ Instagram selfie (and also looked similar to him), but NOT smart enough to realize how easy it is to find shit out on the internet. We were all in tears laughing at what I uncovered and everyone that knows the story has had a field day teasing me about it, even days later. I was also simultaneously horrified and amused going back to his profile, seeing the photos of Fake Dan/Mr.
Some people even thought she was dating Brittany Snow after the release of their 2006 movie" John Tucker Must Die".
When they were on the set people quoted that she said", Yeah i don't mind kissing Brittany she is hot. *head shake* Oh, and uhm, no sweetheart, Jensen and Sophia are not dating.