With the influx of dating apps and websites, it’s almost expected a couple will meet through the internet.

Of course, it’s less than romantic, and many singles are hoping to find someone in the wild for a romantic-comedy-worthy twist.

Unfortunately, sometimes the messages are more than just uncomfortable.

Sometimes, even having a connection doesn’t save the receiver from a disturbing message.

One young woman matched with a friend’s cousin, and he sent her a photo of her name written onto his appendage.

One long missive read, “You will see in my profile that I like beer, but that does not mean I drink all the time. Did you know there are more types of beer than wine, and they can be paired with food to come up with the perfect combination?

I am not here for games or one night stands or anything like that.

I just want to find a good woman to spend the rest of my life with, someone to share all the good thing with.

I also write poetry from time to time.” Joel included a recent poem. She's a phony like the rest of them." But then I saw all those pictures from your year abroad in Paris, and you looked so happy to be in all those old buildings, just smiling in some library for chrissake like it was the goddamn fourth of July. I thought, "Maybe this girl thinks Stradlater is a goddamn stupid moron, too. How about we dim the lights, pop some Cristal, put on a little Avicii, and see what happens? LOL So when I saw that we got paired up through Stradlater, at first I said to myself, "Forget about this girl.I have a lot of money too so it can even be somewhere nice!Let me know, I promise I’m not that creepy.’ ” A message that disturbing could make someone consider deleting their social media presence—for good.Of course, a copy and pasted message saying, “How was your weekend?