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  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Posts: 214,718Member, Premium Member Posts: 214,718Member, Premium Member
    invites @slimgirljo15
    Runs and hides

    :laugh: I WILL FIND YOU 😁
    edited May 17
  • VersicolourVersicolour Posts: 5,241Member Member Posts: 5,241Member Member
    invites @slimgirljo15
    Runs and hides

    :laugh: I WILL FIND YOU 😁

    Its not stalking if you're willingly going down the stairs in their house 🤷🏼‍♀️
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Posts: 214,718Member, Premium Member Posts: 214,718Member, Premium Member
    invites @slimgirljo15
    Runs and hides

    :laugh: I WILL FIND YOU 😁

    Its not stalking if you're willingly going down the stairs in their house 🤷🏼‍♀️

    Exactly 😁
  • meganpettigrew86meganpettigrew86 Posts: 296Member Member Posts: 296Member Member
    When using a dating app I used to Internet stalk people to see how much info I could find out about them particularly if I was going to go on a date with them. I told myself it was for safety but I just enjoyed the challenge of seeing how much I could find out. One guy I worked out his address and everything lol so I told him he needed to tighten up his privacy settings. Another I worked out he was 30 years older than he had stated and might have crossed paths with my dad.
  • CoffeeAndContourCoffeeAndContour Posts: 772Member Member Posts: 772Member Member
    When using a dating app I used to Internet stalk people to see how much info I could find out about them particularly if I was going to go on a date with them. I told myself it was for safety but I just enjoyed the challenge of seeing how much I could find out. One guy I worked out his address and everything lol so I told him he needed to tighten up his privacy settings. Another I worked out he was 30 years older than he had stated and might have crossed paths with my dad.

    I’ve done this too. I think we all should.
    You never know who you’re going to
    meet. And hey if you want a career change, you already know you’re a good PI.
    edited May 17
  • Reckoner67Reckoner67 Posts: 3,377Member Member Posts: 3,377Member Member
    When using a dating app I used to Internet stalk people to see how much info I could find out about them particularly if I was going to go on a date with them. I told myself it was for safety but I just enjoyed the challenge of seeing how much I could find out. One guy I worked out his address and everything lol so I told him he needed to tighten up his privacy settings. Another I worked out he was 30 years older than he had stated and might have crossed paths with my dad.

    I’ve done this too. I think we all should.
    You never know who you’re going to
    meet. And hey if you want a career change, you already know you’re a good PI.

    Have y'all ever internet-stalked yourselves just to see what you would find? I do that periodically but mostly I just try to only put stuff out there that I don't mind if it's out there
  • rickiimarieeerickiimarieee Posts: 2,147Member Member Posts: 2,147Member Member
    I have two. I dated this guy when I was like 16 and we dated for awhile I forget how long but he actually had a girlfriend of 4 years I didn’t know about so I was the girl he was cheating on her with, so when I found out I ended things (he had a whole other Facebook he had me blocked from so I didn’t know he was dating her) but after I ended it the guy stalked me for like 2 years after. I mean come to my house and just sit there in his car. The last time he did (I think that was the last time) he put a mixed cd on my porch with a 10 page love letter and flowers (HE WAS STILL DATING THAT GIRL) and when I went outside to take my dog out it was pitch black and I seen all the stuff sitting there and no lie he started walking up my driveway I ran back inside and my dad came outside and threatened to beat his *kitten* and then called the police. The girl even stalked me for a couple years after too I blocked her and him and she would make new profiles just to try to talk to me. It was all super weird.
    But the second story is actually still happening. So I have this girl that’s literally obsessed with me and my husband. Her and my husband hung out like once months before we started dating and she got a boyfriend and got pregnant then tried to claim it was my husbands baby! Then after it was proven not to be, she still posts on all social media how my husband is a dead beat dad to her son, WHICH HE ISNT EVEN THE FATHER OF. Then she went to my husbands baby mama (my stepson is 8 now) and swabbed my stepsons mouth for a DNA test and told my husband it came back positive for his. I’m like you do realize that would mean my stepson is your baby’s father right?? 😂 but then she would send us Christmas cards of her son in the mail (don’t even know how she got our address) and she posts on social media how she would love for me to be her sons stepmom, but then moved literally to the same town we live in (it’s a very very small town) and I’ve seen her driving past my house multiple times very slowly just staring.
  • tinak33tinak33 Posts: 8,523Member Member Posts: 8,523Member Member
    Does anyone have any interesting stalker stories?

    Does mfp stalking count? Asking for a friend.

    You said you thought it was cute!
  • CoffeeAndContourCoffeeAndContour Posts: 772Member Member Posts: 772Member Member
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    When using a dating app I used to Internet stalk people to see how much info I could find out about them particularly if I was going to go on a date with them. I told myself it was for safety but I just enjoyed the challenge of seeing how much I could find out. One guy I worked out his address and everything lol so I told him he needed to tighten up his privacy settings. Another I worked out he was 30 years older than he had stated and might have crossed paths with my dad.

    I’ve done this too. I think we all should.
    You never know who you’re going to
    meet. And hey if you want a career change, you already know you’re a good PI.

    Have y'all ever internet-stalked yourselves just to see what you would find? I do that periodically but mostly I just try to only put stuff out there that I don't mind if it's out there

    I use my birth name for work, so yes there are things about me under that name. But in my life outside of my job and online I actually use my middle name and there is nothing about me under that name. I also have two last names so it’s relatively easy for me to stay incognito on the Internet.

    That’s a good way to go about it, and I do the same. I try not to say or post anything I’d regret later, or wouldn’t want someone I know to see.
    edited May 17
  • Reckoner67Reckoner67 Posts: 3,377Member Member Posts: 3,377Member Member
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    I don’t have a stalker or stalkee story but my kids had a 60s themed spring concert and when they sang Happy Together i thought that the overly, shall we say, optimistic lyrics combined with the minor key suggesting unrequited love would be a perfect opener for a movie about a serial killer who stalks and kills women who reject him.

    That was a long and awkwardly worded sentence. Enjoy!

    You should write this story
  • Reckoner67Reckoner67 Posts: 3,377Member Member Posts: 3,377Member Member
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    When using a dating app I used to Internet stalk people to see how much info I could find out about them particularly if I was going to go on a date with them. I told myself it was for safety but I just enjoyed the challenge of seeing how much I could find out. One guy I worked out his address and everything lol so I told him he needed to tighten up his privacy settings. Another I worked out he was 30 years older than he had stated and might have crossed paths with my dad.

    I’ve done this too. I think we all should.
    You never know who you’re going to
    meet. And hey if you want a career change, you already know you’re a good PI.

    Have y'all ever internet-stalked yourselves just to see what you would find? I do that periodically but mostly I just try to only put stuff out there that I don't mind if it's out there

    I use my birth name for work, so yes there are things about me under that name. But in my life outside of my job and online I actually use my middle name and there is nothing about me under that name. I also have two last names so it’s relatively easy for me to stay incognito on the Internet.

    That’s a good way to go about it, and I do the same. I try not to say or post anything I’d regret later, or wouldn’t want someone I know to see.

    Similar for me--I have one of the most common names in the USA and the easiest stuff to find about me is basically my Twitter account and Soundcloud which...yeah, go right ahead, nothin to hide there.
  • Avocado_AS5Avocado_AS5 Posts: 3,586Member Member Posts: 3,586Member Member
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    I don’t have a stalker or stalkee story but my kids had a 60s themed spring concert and when they sang Happy Together i thought that the overly, shall we say, optimistic lyrics combined with the minor key suggesting unrequited love would be a perfect opener for a movie about a serial killer who stalks and kills women who reject him.

    That was a long and awkwardly worded sentence. Enjoy!

    You should write this story

    Yes!!!
  • Mm2Hh7Mm2Hh7 Posts: 1,461Member Member Posts: 1,461Member Member
    Cowsfan1 wrote: »
    Never been stalked myself - and way to lazy to stalk anyone else - I’m a pretty boring dude it turns out

    That’s why we like you! ;)
  • MuldactusMuldactus Posts: 7,108Member Member Posts: 7,108Member Member
    When I was in high school I was dating a young lady who was nice... but a bit distant. While we were dating there was another girl who apparently really liked me and would stalk me at school - come and find me to sit near me during lunch, find me in the halls just to say hi, wait outside the front door when I was leaving.... that kind of thing. Since the girl I was dating was distant and didn't really seem interested, I finally gave up on that and agreed to 'date' the girl who had been stalking me.

    Oddly enough, once we started dating she lost interest and the girl I had been dating actually started showing interest of a sort. Go figure.
  • Mm2Hh7Mm2Hh7 Posts: 1,461Member Member Posts: 1,461Member Member
    Wow! Some crazy stories in here. I’ve been online stalked before. Blocked people on social media and they make new accounts and keep messaging. That’s way easier to deal with than a real life stalker.

    I had a friend in elementary and high school who was obsessed with me. She copied everything I did and the clothes I wore and how I wore my hair. She hated every boy I liked or dated. She called me several times a day and came over all the time. I would be out with another friend and I’d come home and she’d be in my house waiting for me with my Mom or something. When I got pregnant in high school this took it to a new level. She wanted to come to every doctor’s appointment, to every birthing class, wanted to be in the delivery room when he was born. And not in a supportive way. It was in a “I need to be as involved in this as your boyfriend” kind of way. She bought a baby seat for her car so she could drive us around. She had pictures of my baby on her keychain, in her locker and in her bedroom. It got creepy and I had to stop being friends with her.
  • boehleboehle Posts: 4,315Member Member Posts: 4,315Member Member
    I went on a couple dates with a guy.
    I didn't feel it was going anywhere but he felt different. I don't know that I'd say stalk... but one morning, I woke up with a 165 unread text messages.
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