Would you say, "Yes" to a friend invite from a stranger who looks like this?
Let me rephrase the question, if you hadn't been married since before this kid was born . . . would you?
My daughter got the random invite, but she told handsome, "No" because after a reverse google search (however you do that), she found the photo to be a fake. When I google searched the name of the person seeking new friends, I found the photo below.
Yep. My daughter went down the slippery slope of engaging in conversation with a stranger on the internet. Of course, I've met all of you blog visitors personally, right? At least that's what I'd like to tell my kid. Anyway, she's definitely mine. Here is a transcript of her conversation with the stranger.
1:51am Erica: Hi Jack! I just wanted to say that whoever you are that you should not hide it. Embrace yourself and actually use a real account instead of creating a fake one. Hopefully you will learn to have better self esteem in the future. I wish you the best of luck in life! -Erica
2:02am Jack: how do you know that's actually not me
2:06am Jack: you shouldnt care that much
2:08am Jack: well you should just ignore it
2:09am Jack: but you are talking to me so that is not ignoring but okay
2:11am Jack: thanks mom. you shouldnt put your nose in other peoples sh*t. and do your homework. its important
2:12am Jack: nice chattin with ya
I think he chatted with her just to see her beautiful face over and over again. Below is my response to her after she shared the chat and hoped I wasn't mad at her for making a blog worthy post with a stranger:
- Joyce: Quit stalling with the homework.
Notice the time stamp on the conversation. Yep, proof! It was definitely the older gentleman in the second picture.
BTW, is it weird to want to correct the spelling, grammar, and capitalization of her conversation before posting? I left it as is, however, I did edit the curse word. :)