We Met On The Internet

She sent me an instant message asking me if I liked to chat.  I was on a dating site and I told her that chatting was fine, but I wanted a lot more than that.  She asked me to turn on my cam and I said, “You show me first.”  The moment that I saw her, I knew that there was something special about her, and it was not just her smoking hot body.  She said, “My name is Precious and I am a princess and an orphan.”  I told her to take her top off and she said that she doesn’t do that stuff like other girls do.  I told her that I was not looking for a good girl, that I wanted one who was fun.  I detected a slight accent in her voice, so I asked Precious where she was from.

Precious told me that she lives in Accra, Ghana on the gold coast of Africa.  I told her that I was going to end our chat now, as I had no desire to be involved in a long distance relationship.  She told me that it was my choice to do as I pleased, but she said that she would soon be rich.  She told me that her father the tribal leader had left fifty million dollars in gold bars in a bank vault and that it would all belong to her after she turned twenty five and got a husband.  Precious said that her twenty-fifth birthday was next week and she got on this dating site to find a husband.  I know that when something sounds too good to be true, that it is probably some type of scam and I did not want to get suckered into another one of those, so I told her that I wished her good luck with her husband hunting and that was the last I heard of her.

Written for 10/13/18 Linda G. Hill’s ‘Life in progress’ Stream of Consciousness Saturday where the prompt is “precious”.

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