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Ross is an asshole. Forewarning to all future women that enters his life.


The women’s protest is fucking stupid


Husband is killing me slowly inside


  1. A H

    What Is Cyberbullying

    Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets. Cyberbullying can occur through SMS, Text, and apps, or online in social media, forums, or gaming where people can view, participate in, or share content. Cyberbullying includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false, or mean content about someone else. It can include sharing personal or private information about someone else causing embarrassment or humiliation. Some cyberbullying crosses the line into unlawful or criminal behavior.

    The most common places where cyberbullying occurs are:

    Social Media, such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter
    SMS (Short Message Service) also known as Text Message sent through devices
    Instant Message (via devices, email provider services, apps, and social media messaging features)
    Special Concerns
    With the prevalence of social media and digital forums, comments, photos, posts, and content shared by individuals can often be viewed by strangers as well as acquaintances. The content an individual shares online – both their personal content as well as any negative, mean, or hurtful content – creates a kind of permanent public record of their views, activities, and behavior. This public record can be thought of as an online reputation, which may be accessible to schools, employers, colleges, clubs, and others who may be researching an individual now or in the future. Cyberbullying can harm the online reputations of everyone involved – not just the person being bullied, but those doing the bullying or participating in it. Cyberbullying has unique concerns in that it can be:

    Persistent – Digital devices offer an ability to immediately and continuously communicate 24 hours a day, so it can be difficult for children experiencing cyberbullying to find relief.

    Permanent – Most information communicated electronically is permanent and public, if not reported and removed. A negative online reputation, including for those who bully, can impact college admissions, employment, and other areas of life.

    Hard to Notice – Because teachers and parents may not overhear or see cyberbullying taking place, it is harder to recognize.

    Laws and Sanctions
    While all states have criminal laws that apply to bullying, not all have special statutes that apply to cyberbullying or bullying that takes place outside of school. Schools may take action either as required by law, or with local or school policies that allow them to discipline or take other action. Some states also have provisions to address bullying if it affects school performance. You can learn about the laws and policies in each state, including if they cover cyberbullying.

    Frequency of Cyberbullying
    The 2014–2015 School Crime Supplement – PDF (National Center for Education Statistics and Bureau of Justice Statistics) indicates that, nationwide, about 21% of students ages 12-18 experienced bullying.

    • Anonymous

      I find this extremely hilarious. “While all states have criminal laws “. How do you even know that you can do anything about it if it is not in the US? If the site is not hosted there, or any of the people who run the site are not in the US, then you are kinda screwed. Good luck if the owner is in some third world country that doesnt care diddly squat about your piddely little problems.

  2. Anonymous

    You are a crazy bitch. Get a life and MOVE ON psycho

    • Anonymous

      Just because someone made a true post and more girls have come to the surface? You either 1. Must be the guy himself or 2. Are blind to the facts.

  3. Anonymous

    Wow- this can’t be true.

  4. Anonymous

    The Ross I knew was the one in Dayton, OH and was a total man whore. He asked me why I didn’t want to date, then after I explained that I was just interested in being friends, he took me to a surprise… which was a fucking hotel room. Not okay. So I left. He also heard from mutual friends that I was between apartments and offered me the extra room at his place… as long as I was ok wearing a t shirt and thong around his place while I stayed there and was cool with other women wearing thongs/nothing/etc while they were there on dates. WTF. I obviously declined and stayed with a girl friend. But EWWW. He is very charming, but very fucked up. I would recommend staying away unless you just want to get laid.

  5. Anonymous

    OMFG. I dated him back when I was a teenager and he was in his twenties. He was so sweet and made me feel so safe.. except for all the times he “didn’t get my texts” or “forgot we had plans” and when we finally “hooked up” he was so awesome until he took it too far and made me feel like shit. Later, I found out he fucked every other girl he worked with, even one with the same name as me and treated her the SAME WAY. I’m glad there is a community and a forum to discuss this, because I still feel fucking stupid for totally falling for him.

  6. Help !

    Please email me at

    I am trying to gather information to show my friend who is dating this dude

    • Anonymous

      What kind of info does she need? Tell her to ask to borrow his phone for something and guaranteed either he won’t let her or there’ll be something in his pic album or texts. If she confronts him about anything he’ll either claim everyone here is “crazy” or that it’s “from his past” and it’s all over and please forgive him. He’ll pull out the waterworks and try to get her to feel bad for him. I could hook you up with someone he played if you need more.

      • Anonymous

        I am sure if she borrowed his phone there would be some text convo on there or pictures that help prove he is a huge player. Or he would not let her until he deletes all evidence. Our whole relationship makes sense now. He would say he was going to call me then not and say he “forgot” or was “too busy.” But the whole time he was out playing some other girl too. That is probably why he stays off social media because he doesn’t want all of his current girls to find out. Anyone who is currently with him deserves a guy who is honest and straightforward. He is not.

  7. Anonymous

    Hey, yea I was dating him as well until I just saw this…that is over with. He will say how special you are to him, and then not contact you for a week or so. Then claim it was because of work, but apparently he was just seeing multiple girls and couldn’t keep his ducks in a row. So glad this was found. Yes, he is in the Dayton area.

    • Anonymous

      I’m glad you found this. He knows exactly what to say to a girl to make her interested at first but he has issues with keeping just one girl in his life. It’s not cool being strung along and lied to the whole time. Normal his are out there somewhere.

    • Anonymous

      I’ve been dating him for about a year now. Anything else I need to know?

      • C

        How awful. I hope you use this for the sweetest revenge ever, I know I would.

      • Anonymous

        A year? Well he was engaged last year at this time. According to him he called off the wedding a week before it happened the end of last summer but my guess is she found out he is a cheating scumbag and called it off. Just like how I found out about this, I googled his name when we were talking and found a wedding registry.

  8. C

    He just doesn’t want a serious relationship. If you like to keep things casual and have your own career to obsess over, you’ll get along great. Do not expect monogamy or full disclosure from him.

    • Anonymous

      The problem is he will act and state that he is looking for something monogamous. Nothing he says is the truth- everything has a back-story that is plausible but doesn’t quite add up. He has literally catfished people before- claiming to be someone that doesn’t event exist. Even if you’re “looking for something casual” this guy is not safe. He personally admits he can’t even keep count of how many women he’s slept with. Some he met through Craigslist just for sex. That’s a red flag if I ever saw one.

      • Anonymous

        Yeah I thought finding out his wedding was called off a few weeks before I met him was a red flag but just reading what everyone has to day definitely validates that he is not stable and has serious issues.

  9. Anonymous

    I know his ex-wife and all of this is likely accurate based on what I know happened to her. Pretty sure there’s only one Ross and he’s in Dayton. There’s definitely some mental health issues going on with him. Sad.

  10. Anonymous

    Where does he live?

  11. Anonymous

    Well I hope she notices sooner than later. He’s not a good guy to get involved with. Pretty sure he cheated on his ex wife too. And career overrides relationships in his book.

  12. Q

    What’s everyone talking about?

  13. L

    Can I get in on this?

  14. Anonymous

    I would have to agree with whoever posted this.

  15. M

    Hey yes we should definitely talk

  16. Needtoknow

    Hey.. i think we should talk, and apparently that girl up there should talk too.
    Comment back.

  17. M

    lol we should talk.

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