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Unfortunately, our suspicions don't disappear into the ether like Snapchats; they tend to linger until we do something about them.
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I'm guessing that one of the reasons you're hesitant to bring this up with him is because you've got a guilty conscience: When you "got a glimpse" of his deleted interactions, you were actually snooping on his phone when he wasn't around.
(I don't see how else you would know.) If so, you should have just asked him why his score was so high, straight-up, before snooping. Casually ask him: "Hey, I noticed you've been really busy on Snapchat because your score is crazy high. " If he doesn't give you a satisfying answer — and I expect he won't — ask again, and then eventually tell him, "You know I'm not a jealous girlfriend, but I know from personal experience that you like to flirt with women online, and I just want you to know that I don't think that's cool, even if nothing happens in the real world.
I know I'm being crazy, but I am obsessing over who the hell he's sending hundreds of pictures to! First, let's talk about where you're getting this info.
I guess my question is (1) Do I have the right to ask? I know Snapchat posts scores publicly — so you can see how active your friends are on the app — but how did you know that he deletes his interactions?
It seemed like for the last few months, things were better, but I've noticed that his Snapchat score goes up sometimes hundreds of points in a day, and when I get a glimpse, I notice he deletes all his interactions.