Creepy Messages I’ve Received

So last week I did a post about things not to comment on a blog post and put up screenshots of creepy comments I’ve gotten. I also talked about some creepy messages I’ve received from bloggers on social media and I asked if you guys wanted to see those and some people were interested so I decided to share this creepy convo with you guys.



Let me know in the comments below if you would like to see more messages and maybe I can make this a weekly segment!

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120 thoughts on “Creepy Messages I’ve Received

  1. His English is horrendous. It kinda looks like he used a very bad translator or something. In what Universe did he learn how to write like that? If it was me, I would have gone all Grammar Nazi on him and corrected every error of his. 😂

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  2. I’m so glad it’s not just me that gets these weird messages he could have been a Nigerian scammer as I have had some of those and once fell for one of their tricks not knowing at the time. He was probably trying to reel you in and would then give you a sad story and ask for money.

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  3. Girl, the fact that you replied and gave him a chance to be a decent person, and not be creepy shows how good of a person you are. I haven’t had issues on WordPress or Twitter, but Instagram…disgusting. We need more, put these creeps on blast. Also, wedding singer GIF on point. Everything I see Jon Lovitz in, he’s either creepy, high, or both!

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  4. First, I love the intro GIF that you chose. Second, I’ve gotten tons of similar and more graphic messages on my Twitter and Instagram. You are sweet to answer them. After receiving images of private areas, I no longer respond to certain messages. Mostly starting with hi, hi____, hey, or the like. This was a really fun post. 🙂

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  5. I’ve had this experience many times, which has made me slow to accept friend requests from people I am unfamiliar with. The minute I accept or even say hello, I start to get the creepy messages and end up having to block the user. It’s sad that individuals do this sort of thing, using any form of social media platform they can. Ugh!

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  6. So I just posted on this topic, requesting comments. I’m practically 58, happily married and never been into womanising. I frown upon guys who don’t see the girl inside the body. Have a heart, guys, notice the purrson, not the packaging. There lives a human inside.

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    1. Yes exactly they’re people exactly like men. They have personalities, intelligence and a lot to offer. Hitting on random women who have no interest in you is never okay.


      1. Methought as much. I feel she should be allowed, rather respected, to be herself. I spent much time on your IG with my darlingmost wificle just now and can’t blame them, yet you should be respected for being you.

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        1. Yeah I feel like just be respectful like don’t write anything creepy that you know would make some uncomfortable and if someone tells you you’re making them uncomfortable you should stop.


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