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I'm 16 and online dating. He's 2-3 years older. What did his weird remark about me mean?

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Question - (31 August 2015) 3 Answers - (Newest, 1 September 2015)
A female South Africa age 18-21, anonymous writes:

Hi guys.

Just wanna ask your opinions too.

I've met this guy about 2-3 years older than me and we're texting and stuff and we're just friends. He's really nice. We are also on the same chat site

But the thing is we don't talk that often, let's say once a week or so.

But recently he said exactly this: (he used my screen name) "well well well a working beauty I see, how rare it is to see a gem shall we say cutting another gem as it were".

Now does that mean he likes me or what?!

Seriously, I'm-not-that-good-with-historical-English! What do you think did he say? Before I maybe make a fool out of myself. please lol

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (1 September 2015):

tnx guys :)

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A male reader, Denizen United Kingdom + , writes (31 August 2015):

Denizen agony auntSounds weird to me too. My advice would be don't meet in real life. In the future get out of online sites and find a real person to have real adventures with in real time.

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (31 August 2015):

It sounds like a chat line that he's probably used plenty of times before on other young girls.

At your age, 2 - 3 years is a fairly significant gap because it's different life stages.

I'd stick to only being friends.

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