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To good to be true// red flags or not

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Submitted by Miss.cole (United States), Jan 14, 2017 at 17:18

So I'm reading all these comments, cause I myself was introduced to a younger Algeria man recently he's 27 and I'm 56,

I was introduced by a friend if my same age who is going there in a few months to marry a much younger Alegria man. I totally have many red flags about this.

The young man that I been talking with on fb, is kind says all the right stuff, so much respect,but we've only been talking a couple weeks. I ask him why he'd even want to come to usa,and he says things like to see the country and to meet people like me. We've never gotten intimately personal, he just said he'd ask me on a date if he was here. I've asked why wouldn't he rather marry there and start a family,but he says he's not attracted to any there,how could you not there's beautiful everywhere. I'm definitely got red flags and know it's just to sweet to be true,and yes its been along while since I've even considered talking to any man in this flirtatious way so of course I'm loving the sweetness he replies.in the very few pictures he has sent he's very handsome looks older then he is and has sent other beautiful photos he has taken of his surroundings.

I'm scared for my friend who is convinced and will be traveling there in few months to marry, she says to me aren't you ready for happiness and love again??? Of course I am but the guys are 27 years younger!!!! Help me!!

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