It isn't "stalking" if it is on public domain (just like he can view what I have on the blog now). I don't comment, follow-up; nothing I do makes any difference one way or another. What is there is there. Anyone (including me, his mother, his sisters, his brothers....) can see it.
Yes, I have put an end to him in my life; but I needed verification, validation, closure. I've had a nagging feeling and I wanted to know for sure. So, now I know.
If a user name or an account starts or ends with a heart on it.... Houston, we have a problem. His Twitter, Kik, and Viber accounts all had heart-ons. ('Are you still looking for love while you're with me? Should I add some heart-on's too?') I was also concerned with the amount of (seemingly anonymous) females he had added to Facebook, Instagram, and other accounts. He also frequently changed his photos (yes, many, many photos of him -- you are NOT famous!) on his profiles (even on TrueCaller). It was a constant cause for never-ending arguments between us.
Him: "It is just an app. "My phone life is my private life!" (Yes, secret, bimbo-infested "private life.")
To me, it is just infidelity, regardless. He usually tried to flip-it, turning me into an overly-jealous, insecure female, adding insult to injury, "You are small minded..." (His actual words were, "You have a little mind." but that's what it translated to.) Really? Because I won't let you play? Awwwwwww, habiiiiibiiiii.....
- One in five men have a secret email account they use to hide correspondence from their partner (Linked to article - also where the photo above is from.)
- Two thirds of all men choose not to share their passwords with their other half
- 23 % admitted to being secretive about what was stored on their phone and PC
- One in 20 buy a separate mobile phone for private activities
Desert Girl "How-To": CHECK on your Significant Other (SO) on the Internet: It is easy to do. You get an e-mail address (even one time), do a Google search, and see where it leads you. In this case - to a single user name on a single site. One solitary internet comment using an anonymous username. From there, Google search by the user name...
.... and where there's smoke, there's fire: WAABAM! Tons of information on (this particular individual)! Dating sites, photos of half-neked women (boobs, butts, and girls of obviously poor upbringing), video clips WITH his voice on voice-over (during a time frame when I was with him), comments on other sites, photos and comments of women who he’s chatted with dating back years. (And you wanted ME to wear hijab?? Really??? Et furthermore, why is almost every posting you have of a religious nature when your actions speak volumes that you are NOT a righteous man?) Bygones. Verification. Code Red Alert attained.
I have been followed by some of his little internet girls wanting to know more about me. I put an end to that after they left some not-nice comments. (Tell me again why you wear hijab? "Virtue"? "Modesty"?) These games are ridiculous. Blog haters got nothing on these ho's.
Sidenote: I deleted my Tango account. I was receiving video calls from people in Kuwait in the middle of the night. They can call you and the camera may be on and you won't even know it. RRRR! Privacy!
Look at the divorce stats in Kuwait (again, I'm going to keep bringing this up). What does it all come down to? Everybody seems to be on a never-ending chase in this country for the next-best-thing; collecting rocks when they hold diamonds in their hands.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: I'm looking for a caveman who doesn't own (or want to use) a smartphone to chat with bimbos; who is connected with nature and the Earth (maybe a guy who owns a herd of camels?) Internet pervs need not apply.