Flash forward to last year, when I was a college student.
I realized why Molly's uncle had looked so familiar: he was the proud anti-feminist who had wanted to get off on me having sex with his wife.
So now I'm in this weird place where I've seen mostly-naked very sexual pictures of my childhood friend's aunt dressed up like a Vietnamese prostitute I met him on Match, which I'd joined as an attempt to tiptoe back into dating after a very painful divorce.
He sent me a message saying my profile was intriguing and he would love a shot at meeting me.
Her pictures didn't show full frontal, but she basically came as close to all-out porn as she could without breaking the rules; mostly in costumes obviously meant to play on her heritage, and all of it with coy sexual captions about how her master likes her holes.
I glanced at the master's profile, saw his thoughts on feminism (the only time he gets in touch with his feminine side is to give it a firm spanking like the dirty little slut that it is), snorted, and moved on. This summer, I started flipping through photos of my old friend Molly that had been tagged on Facebook.
I came across one in particular, and I stared at it for a while, because I couldn't figure out why the man with his arm around her looked so familiar.The caption said that Molly was his niece, and I eventually decided that it was pinging me strangely just because he looked like his brother, Molly's father, who was almost like a second dad to me when we were kids. It was a picture of the woman from the Ok Cupid sexytimes pictures.Holy shit: the internet is teeming with awesomely horrible people for you to date.We asked for your stories, and you good god, you delivered.Let's skip the foreplay and get right to the dirtiest half-dozen.I have known a girl — who we will call Molly — since we were young. We grew up and drifted apart, but stayed friends on Facebook.