Another day, another Tinder match. This guy was named Rob. He was of Cuban decent, grew up in S. Florida like me, and we liked a lot of the same things (scrabble, particular music, sci fi and gangster movies). We talked for a long time before we met (by long time i mean like a month). His mom was in town. After his mom left he asked if he could come over. I said sure. Oh and he owned an accounting firm (due dilligence again). He went to University of Pennsylvania, and of course I’m a sucker for an Ivy Leaguer. Anyway, it was about 11 pm, and he lived in Brooklyn, so I told him to take an Uber b/c he’ll never get over here in under two hours if he takes the MTA. So he came over and wear wearing a giant crucifix around his neck. That was immediately a turn-off. Im not religious but I was hoping if we knocked boots, he would take the little guy off and put it on my dresser. We talked for about two hours and then went to bed. We fell asleep pretty quickly. It was about 2 am by this time. We woke up around 10 am and he had to go see a place with some friends. But before we got out of bed, we had sex. I’m a morning sex person. But he wore the crucifix and that did’t really help the situation. He left and called me later and said he wanted to have me for dinner next weekend. I was like sure. And so about Wednesday i texted him and said are we still on for dinner. And he’s like no…i cant make it. So i said okay. And blocked him on text. The problem was we were still in a middle of a scrabble game online. And i had no idea with that particular release of that scrabble build how to block him. So we kept playing the game. No even chat during scrabble. So so awkward. Finally with the next scrabble build, he pinged me and asked me how i was doing. And I said great when i hang around people that dont stand me up. But then i figured out how to block him. And block I did. I resigned the game, and as hard as it was, I didn’t even care about losing points for resigning the game. It killed me a little because Im competitive, but not talking to him was worth more.