Messaging sex online
Smith also asks the woman for a photo of herself, to which she replies 'but you have a [girlfriend]'.
Smith asks her if they will have 'secret fun', while also asking her to meet him at a park near his house.
We had many requests for the same-sex equivalents of last post’s charts, and we’d like to take a moment to discuss those.
We didn’t include them in the original because they would’ve doubled the data we presented, which in our opinion would’ve made for an overwhelming number of charts and figures.
He said, ‘Until now, Tinder has basically been a swiping machine – it’s effective and simple but ultimately limited.’ The introduction of Tinder’s AI-assisted dating function is being kept firmly under wraps but it has got everyone talking.
Though the jury is still out as to whether wearing an AI headset on a virtual first date could be the key to finding true love or the biggest passion killer since halitosis.
if they can cover this up, they will.'This is no longer an issue of a player having an affair.
The overall response rates are much better for same-sex messages (41% vs. I ran these new numbers through last week’s message-efficiency calculations, and as it turns out, because of the low slope (flatness) of the first half of both graphs, the most efficient conversation starters for both kinds of same-sex contact is only 50 characters.
The messages also show that Smith lied to All Blacks coach Steve Hansen and the public about what happened in the disabled toilet cubicle.
The woman – who Daily Mail Australia has agreed not to name – claimed she first became intimate with Smith in 2014, and that when the story first broke he pressured her to lie about what had happened, even asking her to sign a false affidavit saying they didn't have sex.- Smith was spotted having sex in a disabled toilet at Christchurch Airport- Witnesses reported seeing him spend 10 minutes inside with a woman- Smith then emerged wearing his All Blacks uniform- The woman followed shortly afterwards- He returned to his teammates smiling as if nothing had happened - The All Blacks were on their way to South Africa at the time- Smith made a tearful public apology and claimed the incident was a one-off - He was suspended from the next game - Text messages reveal a two-year affair between the pair, and show Smith asking the woman to lie about the incident'This was not some quick hook up.
it appeared like I was something I wasn't.'Without anyone knowing who I was or what had happened, I was called a whore, a home-wrecker and a dumb b**** online, while at the same time the New Zealand public showed support for [Smith], telling him he is still their hero.'I've been made out to be the one that was pursuing him as if it was a one off incident when it actual fact it was the other way round.'There's stories written about how the Highlanders are all backing [Smith] and they support him….
but when it comes to me I'm like the villain.'I was definitely the scapegoat so that he could get out of it, he threw me under the bus to try and save his own career.'The impact of that fateful bathroom liaison still lingers for the woman, who now claims management from Smith's Super Rugby side the Highlanders don't want her to train at the same gym as some of their players.'The Highlanders management have said to the [gym] staff that they're not happy that I train there because I was the girl that was involved, and that I might target other players.'I have no intention of targeting any other players, it's kind of a slap in the face because as you can see by those messages it was Aaron that targeted me, and he was the one that started this whole thing years ago.'It's unprofessional and so inappropriate to make any comments to anyone at my gym.'Highlanders chief executive Roger Clark told Daily Mail Australia no representative of the club had requested the woman not to use the gym but he couldn't speak for individual players.'It's not true.