I got a choice... a big choice. (6)

1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-04-14 03:38 ID:GdKLr2zM

Y'all... I have a choice... a choice that is going to be very very big, but I'm at the point where I have to make it NOW or never, it seems. I have 2 people I can be with, but I can't decide who. Here are my options:

#1: Really cute, perky girl. I have a lot in common with her. We've been on 4 successful dates so far. She really seems to like me. She's very "down-to-earth" and "wholesome". She lives about 10 minutes away. I can see her up to twice a week (considering our schedules). She's the most convenient of the two.

#2: Absolutely gorgeous. I have a lot in common with her too, but with just right amount of differences to have an "opposites attract" thing. Has come forth and said outright that she wishes she could be with me. She lives 2 HOURS away. Maybe could only see her every 1-2 months. She's the one I'd rather be with.

What do I do? Go for convenience and respectability- the path of least resistance- or do I try and do what I really want?

2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-04-14 03:45 ID:t4o8xNSB

1 sounds like the better choice to me, better to be happy with someone than to wish it was 2 months from now just so you can see her again.

3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-04-14 04:41 ID:MS4tDK1I

I'd go with option number 2. You'll be wanting more if you go with number 1. Besides, 2 hours isn't that much of an obstacle. You can relocate if it concerns you that much.

4 Name: :3-san : 2009-04-14 06:51 ID:+kERPYpO

I'd go with #2, because if you went with #1, you'd still be wanting #2 the entire time, and that's a waste of everyone's time. In a few months my relationship is going to be like 6-hour-longdistance, but it's just something that the two of us will have to work through together.

5 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-04-14 08:38 ID:jly4KznG

>>3 and >>4 summed it up.

From what you write, it's really a no brainer. In matters of love, "good enough" often just doesn't cut it.

6 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-04-14 20:50 ID:MLUy9Gyr

If you really like #2 because of the good conversation and stuff, shoot, go for her. If its just b/c shes hot, you'll get bored (especially if talking on the phone is all you got).

Why commit though? Can't just take them both out on dates and not be their boyfriend?

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