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Updated on Tuesday, August 26

#19671

OMG: Met this cute, petitie, shy and kinda nerdy asian girl recently. We hit it off, added each other on facebook and talked for a while. I just creeped her twitter today and the common theme of her tweets were: bitch, hoe, slut, dick, molly, ni***as, squad, edm etc. Like who the fuck are you?

Why are people so different on social media and real life?

18 comments

  1. she sounds like my type

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  2. You just got...reverse catfished?

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  3. There's an image they want the public to see and the one they want those they're attracted to, to see.

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  4. Seems pretty common

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  5. twitter is social media what are you talking about

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  6. nevermind im an idiot

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    1. haha, wrong Alice Chu?

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    2. anon from 5 is the same as anon from 6 if thats what you're asking

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  7. Get out while you can. You're better than that trash.

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  8. Get out while you can. You're better than that trash.

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  9. You said she is shy. It's easier to be not shy on the Internet.

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  10. I`m of the opinion that girls who sell you an innocent image of themselves in order to attract a long term relationship are the worst people in the world.

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  11. ^ couldn't agree more. they end up being the furthesssssssst from innocent once you hear what theyve done

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  12. Ever heard the phrase "people who don't know me think I'm quiet, people who do know me wish I was"?
    Her twitter is probably people who DO know her, you are who DOESN'T know her, so she isn't comfortable with you yet. Not really a big deal lol

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  13. That sounds like fun man, get her to share some of the molly with you (but test it!)

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  14. Well her account might have been jacked so you can't be sure it's her. On the other hand, I did know a large group of Asian girls who were sick in their minds at a very young age but looked perfectly quiet and innocent in front of teachers and parents.

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