Eh. I've had some experience with online dating and what-not ><. In your opinion, do you think it's a bad thing to like sum1 online? What if it leads to the kind of question, 'do you want to meet?' which is obviously not smart to do -.- In the end I suppose it always ends up hurting you because you know that you can't meet that special someone. I'm in a situation kinda like that. Any advice?
If there is a good possibility that you two can get into a real relationship (not online) afterwards, go ahead. If not, you might be missing out on what other couples take for granted...
IF you can meet in college, go for it. If not, I suggest you don't get into these kinds of relationships. They usually end up broken because of unfulfilled needs.
It really isn't that big of a deal, online meetings and the whole internet dating thing.
Thanks to anonidate, I've met a boy and we are planning a hookup here soon. He seems nice, I of course am very nice, so there isn't any worries to be had.
so what you're saying is it's exactly like normal dating? wow, whoda thunk!
..Ahm. Well. In my opinion, online dating is okay if you're with someone safe. I've had my sure of online dates, and I'm currently back together with a guy I met online. We met once, it was great, and we're trying to meet again.
It's lame and cowardly. It repulses me when guys "confess" to you online, without even meeting you in real life.
It tells me how deprived, lonely and desperate they are.
I've had one online relationship, and another one that was semi-relationship, Online, but we met as well. The second relationship was more like a "We will meet to see if we are girlfriend/boyfriend good match" kinda thing.
Well im e-dating a girl for over 6 months now.
We had a great time together and now we even want to meet in real.
I'm going to stay there like 1 week...
I have no idea what to do with her so long, and i'm a bit shy though x3
A lot of guys freak out when they discover that the attractive chick they were infatuated with is actually a guy because it makes them worried they're gay.
I don't think there's anything wrong with it. i have a bit of a crush on a guy i met online recently. He lives close to me and chances are, we'll meet up someday soon. Wether anything will come if it, i can't be sure.
>If someone falls in love with someone they've never actually talked to, they're falling in love with a self-conceived idea of what that person is like.
That's great, but it's hardly an argument against internet romance. Online, what can you do but talk?
Since I used to be a stay-at-home and never went out (due to my shyness I could never make any friends close enough to go out with after school), I ended up falling for a girl online (who was also a stay-at-home since she was home schooled while I actually went to High School) and I "dated" (if you can really call it that) a girl online for about 3 years, I got to spend a total of three weeks with her in person throughout all that time. We split up two years ago due to her going to a public high school and making friends with a few boys who ended up having a crush on her and breaking us up that way. In actuality I found out that she cheated on me twice, both with boys online who she met in person.