I met this guy online and we plan to meet tomorrow. Not strictly a date, but just to talk casually and get to know each other. We've been talking on Facebook, and when he approved I saw the photos where he's tagged in, also his vacation photos. I mentioned that the photos are nice. This was Sunday. We talked on Monday, but only a bit because I had to get up early on Tuesday. Tuesday we didn't talk. And today I've found out that I couldn't see those photos anymore, all I could see was his profile the way it looked to me when he hadn't accepted my friend request yet.
Why did he restrict my access, especially when he knows I've seen those photos? I think it's rude.. If he wanted to restrict me, he should've done that when he accepted my friend request. Is he not interested in meeting me anymore?
He was the one who messaged me first on the dating site, he was the one who suggested we meet. All I did was add him on FB. What should I think of this? Should I message him tonight or just wait for him, thinking if he still wants to meet (and is excited about it), he would message me first to confirm?
Before you posted your answers, I already messaged him and asked whether I said something wrong or am I not his type after all. He then replied that he had been busy preparing for his vacation this Saturday and that I am his type. He said we could meet after he comes back, which was 2 weeks from now.
I don't think I'll still be interested by then and by his attitude. Should I confront him about the restriction and what his deal is, or just unfriend him?
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If someone changes my access or de-friends me on Facebook but still acts like we're good friends in real life then I get my kicks out of it by straight out asking them why they did that. It's only happened to me once but straight away I sent him a message to find out why he de-friended me. Turns out he'd taken a joke seriously...just some misunderstanding but the process of clarification put him in his place. So just ask him why? If he gets mad then you save yourself the time and energy you would have wasted on him.0