I showed up at the coffee shop where he was waiting for me, and I noticed that he looked a little more, well, craggy, than I had expected.

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When I was 27 I met up for coffee with a 34-year-old man I had met online.

We’d been messaging back and forth and his pictures looked great, so I was excited to meet him.

We project our own perception of ourselves onto them or we project a negative reaction or situation that we associate with someone else (possibly ourselves) and determine that this person will behave in the same way.

Or we simply deduce that if we tell the truth, it will take us out of the running for whatever it is that we want further down the line or right now.

It’s that honeymoon thing where you’re under the misguided impression that they think you’re ‘perfect’ and that you just fell out of the sky with no past.

I would have been living a lie though and I knew that if I lied that I was on a self-sabotage path.

We broke up recently (after over a year of dating), and I noticed he's online again saying he's 13 years younger. He's not a bad guy, but it's so unfair and misleading.

First of all, I have a hard time believing that 58 can pass for 45, but that's beside the point.

Read this email I got from a divorced woman: I went out with a guy who claimed to be 45 when he was really 58.

He didn't tell me his actual age until we had gone out on several dates.

There are, in fact, some similarities between those who lie online and IRL -- but there are differences, too.