OK, so this is going to be the most embarrassing post ever, but here we go... I met a guy online and he was quite nice the first week we texted. He said I had a nice smile and that I looked a-OK with my bald head etc. We seemed to share a variety of interests (that most people share, to be honest - like some Netflix series' and hating people who put "travel" in the tinder-bio). After we texted for half a week we talked a lot one day especially when I was working, so I suggested that I could come over to his after I left the office. He was unsure about that but thought of coming over to my place later to watch something together. On my way home, we chatted very intensely (like texting a approximately texting 2 hours without one of us putting their phone down). I bought snacks and drinks but he ultimately decided not to come. We watched from both our bedrooms simultaneously, chatted some more und sexted into the night. While that was uncommon for me but quite nice- I also think this is where it all went wrong already. Not the sexting, but not meeting right away. We seemed to have so much chemistry then... Fast forward to the next weeks, he increasingly got more annoying and rude. Like his whole personality was this "I'm a grumpy guy who only likes cats"-schtick. This gave me some bad flashbacks to my past relationship, as my ex was an ass half of the time. Once it was lockdown time in Austria again, it was clear, that we would not meet anytime soon, but at the same time due to that situation, I felt quite lonely and craved for human interaction, so I brushed the rudeness off and continued to text with him. Until yesterday... I jokingly texted him about No Angels, Bro'Sis, Preluders, Monrose, (etc.) Œuvre coming to streaming starting midnight. He said, that the stuff were there already and sent me a screenshot, with some Monrose singles that were available. I pointed out that despite the whole albums being missing, I only saw "Shame (Live)" on there, not the studio version and that that was an essential single to me. He argued, that listening to live versions and studio versions were the same if the musicians are capable and his example was Billie Eilish. I replied: Funny example because listening to "Bad Guy (Live)" is a totally different thing than listening to the studio version... Which he took as a cue to.... f*ing block me. I can't believe that I gave someone the time of the day for 2 months with daily texting and he blocks me over this stupid argument, when he just could have replied "cool" about that streaming thing. I don't really care for him, I very much don't care for that argument, but still I'm angry; mostly at myself. When I know better, why can't I act better. He was not nice to begin with, so why wasting all that time?! I told you this was going to be embarrassing... ":/"