His words were clearly lame and fake like a kid who got caught eating chocolate.
The first half of the text was mainly apologies and insults toward himself.
It was the week of an ISIS attack in Kabul and I was feeling so powerless, a little down.suspicious that he might want to not be found!
Everything I'm saying was supported by voice notes, his tone, his words sounded so genuine and every time I showed him doubts about this online, he begged me to give him a chance at least to meet up.
He was always calm and sweet, ready to placate me with lovely words that every girl on Earth would love to be told - even the smartest! I mean, I suspected once in a while he might have chatted with some other girls as we never physically met but I never doubted he was totally into me.
Being stubborn by nature I decided to investigate and so for three days I checked him out online until I found a secondary Facebook profile to the one I already knew about, which was available only to his relatives. I clicked on her profile..to see.finally I found what I didn't know I'd been looking for.
I checked out the two profiles looking for any contact or useful information to figure something out... Her profile said 'in a relationship with' the same guy I have been dating.
A couple of months later, while I was on vacation in London, I saw a pic of him on Instagram and noticed a girl's comment.