Dr phil on internet dating
Dr Phil said this letter was written to his guest, Dawn, from her boyfriend David, whom she has never met.David said he has a secret government job, and the audience was already tittering.
Dawn has never met him in person, despite three false starts.Dr Phil did them one better: the syntax can be traced to a Middle Eastern manner of speaking.Dawn basically agreed that the letters sound fake when Dr Phil reads them.Hearing it read out loud underscored for Dawn that he might not have the best command of the English language, despite his supposed and plagiarized eloquence.Daughter Heather said she and her family used to read the letters and point these errors out to her mother.“I love David and I want to be with David.” I don’t know whether to laugh or cry for this woman.
Dawn wanted clarity, but Dr Phil told her right away that he cannot say whether David actually exists.
I am sad for this lady, because the Internet is full of scam artists, and who doesn’t want to believe in love?
The real question here is, how do we address the Internet illiteracy that makes people susceptible to this?
His travails over the past seven months have included planted cocaine, taxes, seizures, car accidents, arrest, and much more.
Dawn’s family is convinced that David is a scam artist.
Dr Phil producers were on hand when Dawn tried to call David, who was allegedly in a Turkish prison, where he had tried to commit suicide after cocaine was planted in his luggage at the airport. “Usually it’ll ring twice and then go to busy, and then I have to call him back again,” Dawn explained. She did finally get in touch with someone who claimed to be a Turkish inspector detaining her online boyfriend, David.