It's the mouth opening and closing and then the meek smile that gets me every time. LOL
It’s his WTF for me…you can tell there is always some kind of shenanigans with her and he is so done with her. Lol
Also her innocent eyes and moving the fish lips. She is too much. Lol
That is still funny as hell...
Genuine question, because I'm curious and I have all nine lives left. ;)
If you were being catfished and the people around you realized you were being catfished, albeit you're not close to them, but they can recognize a spade for a spade, would you actually listen to someone telling you that you were being actively catfished?
Or would you blatantly disregard the advice and warnings and wait to find out for yourself?
Personally, I'd want to know any speculation. Even if I don't/didn't trust it. Why? Because you never truly know who lies behind a screen nowadays.
screw you're self or don't that's what I tell a lot of people including my own family.
I trust very few people online nowadays because of things that have happened to me.
Sometimes I just let them (the catfish) keep going on with themselves to a certain point and play along ..call it boredom on my part.
But an unsuspecting person… I think if others have a clue that someone might be a catfish they should speak up be a good idea to warn the person being catfished even though they might not want to hear it. *shrugs*
That’s a hard call though. If I don’t know them or have a rapport it would be hard to share something like that and have them take it at face value.
Are you talking about when you know you are being Catfished?
The best part is when you start ghosting, blocking, and playing all of them....lol
I would let someone know if they had an idea that person was not who they seemed. I learned the hard way by not listening to people's warnings or heeding their advice. Online isn't the safest place to meet people,
That is what I find it to be- a hard call. It could turn out either way; the person listens and finds out the truth or they don't listen, get hurt, then become angry at everyone who *knew* as well as themselves for not taking the time to listen to what was being presented. I also don't trust many people, particularly those who play games and like to involve themselves in things for attention, but if presented with the possibility, I am always open to hearing someone out. Because I'd rather be armed with all possibilities than left in ignorance or blindsided.
While I get the sentiment of either do or don't; my question is would you, if you knew, tell a person regardless of the outcome?
I would take the advice with caution.
I don't have the time for the childish stuff.