Miss More

Catfishes & Internet Relationships

In Rants on 17/10/2013 at 12:22 AM

Catfish; A catfish is someone who pretends to be someone they’re not using Facebook or other social media to create false identities, particularly to pursue deceptive online romances.

A while ago I went to my friend’s house and we watched the two latest (at the time) episodes of Catfish the TV show. The show helped come to this conclusion.

If you have been catfished then you are dumb as fuck and if you are a catfish you are a colossal cunt and you need to die.


How in the heavens are you going to be in a full blown “let’s build a life together” relationship with someone you have never met? Seriously does that even make sense! It’s beyond stupid. The thing is little children have been getting catfished from way back by sad old pedophiles & that is a very big issue to this day. Honestly that is not the child’s fault they are so young and naive but you…. you’re more grown than an overgrown toenail, and have no one to blame but your goofy self.

Personally I would never have an online relationship because online = long distance and it’s hard for me to trust anyone in real life, forget on the world wide web. But if I met someone online it would go like this we meet up within a month of our relationship or we don’t have a relationship. It’s not just because I don’t want no Catfish screwing with me (honestly I possess way too much common sense for that) but also because it’s important for two people to flow face to face as well as online. It’s very possible to work so well with someone long distance and for it to be as awkward as hell face to face so it’s not wise to have a other half of  approximately 10,576 light years that you haven’t met. Am I right or am I right.

I’m having a very difficult time understanding how people actually get into relationships with someone and never actually see their loves face. You’re up there confessing your eternal love and dedication but this bitch can’t even buy a webcam, da faq! Humans are so stupid. I’m also trying to figure out the point of Catfish: The TV Show, why exctaly do people need help finding out whether their internet lover are real or not, anyone can do a bit of digging,

Anyways, we must remember that the online catfish ain’t shit compared to broad day catfish. You could meet someone and he could be so good on paper and for a while it’s all sunshine and sunflowers and all that fruity stuff but time rolls on and little bits of their personality come seeping through and then BAM you find out that you fell in love with a catfish. Because this person tricked you into believing that they are someone they’re not and you fell for it heart first, head no where in sight. Broad day catfishes can keep up the game for weeks e.g. playas who get the cookies and then bounce or even years e.g. your husband of 20 years who has 5 kids with a girl on the side. My point here is beware of internet catfishes but don’t forget the real life broad day catfishes either. The key to this is not giving your trust away as if it’s a party bag.

If you want an in depth look at online catfishes here’s a great article I found; It’s Catfishing Season! How To Tell Lovers From Liars Online, And More this was just my two cents on this bull.

Love, Miss More


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