Woman responds to ‘random’ on Facebook; discovers there are men out there who love unconditionally
Earlier this week, Katie O’Hara was messaged by a ‘random’ called Azaan on Facebook who, despite having never met her, told her: ‘You are so sweet and loving. I am interested in you.’
It was intense for someone she’d never met, but it’s pretty standard for Facebook.
However, on this occasion, Katie, 25, from Brighton, happened to have a spare 10 minutes on her hands, so she decided to have a little fun. Or, in her words, ‘blow off steam’.
She later shared their conversation (all 24 screengrabs of it), explaining: ‘Read them to the end… ladies, it doesn’t matter who we are or where we’ve... read more
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