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Date Posted: 12/02/12 1:42:03pm
Author: Tom
Subject: Re: flirty fishing
In reply to: dutch uncle 's message, "Re: flirty fishing" on 20/01/12 8:29:42pm

Woo hoo - I'm a love God. Women often look at me and smile.
Amazing how easy it is to mistake people just being friendly and welcoming. Wishful thinking on your part - either that or you have a comical face.

Now, where is that roll eyes smiley

>>"Flirty Fishing" is what they coined this type of
>>behaviour when girls from the Children of God used to
>>do it years ago as a recruitment method. I've read
>>about similar behaviour in other evangelical groups
>>more recently, and seen it in action in documentaries
>>too. It's not something which comes up very often in
>>connection with the JA, so unlikely to be commonplace
>>there. But it is about the third or forth time it's
>>been mentioned on these forums, usually by ex-members!
>>Can i ask what gave you the impression that young
>>ladies where in love with you ? and also how you are
>>sure that they weren't actually in love with you ?
>I have visited the Coventry part of JA a few times. I
>assume they were pretending to be in love with me
>because they were staring at me very often and
>smile,flirt etc etc. But later when I try to contact
>them on facebook, after I let them know I wasn't
>interested in their church anymore, they just ignored

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