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1 Name: Not So Secret Admirer : 2006-09-24 14:31 ID:6dEMMOri

Hello /love/, I used to lurk here for a while, and now I decided to post my story.

I must say that in my 19 years of life I've almost never socialized with women (i.e. holding a conversation for more than 10 minutes) until a few months ago. I decided to change my life and get to actually force myself into talking with someone from the opposite sex.

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2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-09-24 21:10 ID:Heaven

Yeah, falling in love with someone online is rough.

There's a girl that I've liked online for a while, but since I know that we will never meet each other (I'm not sure I would be able to, even if we could), and since I know it would be weird if I announced it to her, I never have.

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3 Name: Mireille guy !2dC8hbcvNA : 2006-09-25 03:10 ID:Heaven

You've definitely had too much salt. You obviously don't know what love is and haven't read the very recent posts about love vs. obsession. You're not in love, you're developing a crush and you are in denial. If you're a man, you will ask her out, meet and court her, and disregard the fact that she's seeing sommeone else. If you're not, you will become obsessed, depressed, and squirm like what you are. You're too young and too unexperienced and that's it. My advice: you will go out on a date with her, be a man, develop stronger feelings, and as you grow into a socially mature person, learn what love is. Did I mention to learn to be creative and practice?

4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-09-26 05:53 ID:WC8ZKFF7

Mireille guy keeps attacking guys' masculinity if they're actually respectful of other people. This is the third post I've seen in recent days of him doing that. Frankly, it's getting old. Is it so strange to imagine, a world where people actually have some respect for each other? Where people set aside their cocks and egos in the name of friendship?

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5 Name: Mireille guy !2dC8hbcvNA : 2006-09-26 18:17 ID:Heaven

>>4
Ok, I accept your attack. Usually, when you deal with online situations, you know you're not in the chat simply to make online friends. You're there as a step to meet in person (chat->phone->date). Look at the situation, she might be interested in someone. If he is looking to develop feelings and try emotional suicide, then I'd congratulate him and tell him to go ahead and keep being friends with someone he hasn't seen once. (Do you realize how ridiculous that sounds?)

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6 Name: Not So Secret Admirer : 2006-09-30 03:33 ID:YdT3FQ+f

lawl hay guys

I had a cup of coffee with the girl in question the other day.

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7 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-10-10 21:14 ID:En+iqkqU

>>6

different from 1

8 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-10-16 06:53 ID:z/qmu0BY

>>1
Awww how sweet! @-@

9 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-10-16 08:28 ID:+vEspsrr

>>5

How do you 'plan to leave the board?' Do you work it into your schedule?

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10 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-10-17 06:34 ID:z/qmu0BY

>>9
"You're one of those guys that's going to be saying, "I'm really leaving this time guys." Then reappear three days later with this, "well, do they miss me yet?" attitude."
LOL Agreed! ^-^

11 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-10-17 15:57 ID:I/d95F6f

>>9

ignore the attention whore or troll, and they'll dissapear themselves

12 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-10-17 22:01 ID:KzMZrIeA

>>1
Girls are like often that, they are best enjoyed at a distance... Too close, and first, you loose your heart. Then, slowly loose your mind. Hopelessly lost.

13 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-10-23 12:46 ID:AXv1pu6D

>>9, no, U||rich just don't leavin' the board.... yo, please don' teach us things we don't wanna learn (here). This is the relaxed board....

aaaahhh.... so relaxed...!