The rest is anti-climatic. It got even busier in there and all the waiters were rushing around and we left without seeing him, and I never saw him again. It is very hard to embarrass me because I know how red I get, but I had never had a man stare at me like that before. Ask him how much money he’s making. I can tell you right now that YouTube is doesn’t pay the most, but, you make a more than livable income off of 62k subs. I think it’s simple, if he’s making more than 70k a year off of YouTube let him do it. Could you drop his channel in a comment so I can see his views and what not. This will help me determine if he’s pulling in enough money, and it will allow me to check his anlalitics and see how fast he will grow.
My ex from a fourteen year relationship occasionally worked odd hours, I’d call him at work to ask what he wanted for dinner and to cheer him up a bit. Then, over the course of three months, there would be ad hoc times when I’d call his desk phone but get no answer so I’d call his mobile, initially thinking he had probably finished earlier than anticipated and was on his way home (and to check that he wasn’t keeping me hanging while he went off to the pub without telling me).
So I’d call his mobile and ask ‘where are you?’. A few times he would indeed ‘be on his way home’ – yet things were off. I’d never told him that I could often tell when he was lying, he had a certain smugness about him when he did it, sometimes he would even have a particular smirk that he would do when he thought I wasn’t looking (and I can ‘hear’ someone’s facial expression when they are on the phone – probably due to many work hours and long distance boyfriends in the past). He would claim that he had just left the office yet there would be dead silence in the background, none of the usual urban sound of cars going by or his footsteps on the pavement etc.
Or he would be ‘walking to the train station’ but I could here someone in court shoes clearly keeping step beside him for the duration of the call. I began to chat even longer just so I could listen to what was going on around him. I didn’t let on and he grew ever bolder. He started telling me that he was still at his desk. Lol. He worked in an open plan cavernous office yet he was clearly in a small enclosed area when he answered the phone – even in silence the two sound distinctly different. Sometimes he even answered the phone and chatted to me whilst lying on his back.
I did eventually confront him (there were plenty of other clues too) and I used the fact that I had previously called his desk phone immediately before reaching him on the mobile for the last three months as one of the reasons I believed he was having an affair at work. What I didn’t tell him was the fact that I could also read the background noise so I knew he wasn’t where he claimed to be. Two weeks later he called from work one night to say that he had missed out on getting a pizza delivered to work for dinner (something he never did) and the pizza delivery guy had given up trying to call on his desk phone to get the front door opened – but the phone never rang.
Honestly, I have an amazing life-changing experience at UPES. I graduated in 2017 from UPES and got placed at a fortune 500 company with a really good package. I stayed in the hostel and it has been a terrific time for me. From education point of view, I got everything I needed, and nothing was overdone or underdone. The faculty was excellent, and teachers really took my studying experience to new level. I understood everything that was taught in lectures and was guided by some of the most experienced people from the industry.