When and how did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend? Or when and how did you meet your ex?
I'd like some sappy love stories please, 4channel.
#1: On an anime board. NOT JOKING. Long relationship I've been in; we're still awesome friends. She is one chill-ass sista.
#2: Friends in high school; had a crush on her in high school, confessed it to her, she rejected me. Still stayed friends, until suddenly one cold autumn night (freshman year of college) she was hanging out at my place, we were chillin' on my bed, and we ended up kissing. We ended up dating that very week.
I never did
Go out there and change that, brother. It ain't hard after a bit of practice.
Also, I've noticed that if you wait a bit, it's possible to drop out of the "Friend Zone". You just gotta work it the right way...
-I've had her but didn't feel that way
-I've felt that way but didn't have her
-I've been out there
But I have not always thought like this. This is something I've concluded after many years of just living, and hoping for something. It drains my energy to hope for and work towards something that never fucking happens anyway.
>>9 It took you 10 years to figure that out? Look,i have difficulties with girls too, but it's always when i go "looking" that i end up with some i don't care for..it is only in circumstances beyond my control (see above)i meet them. Yes corny,but it did happen. What i meant in not caring,not hoping..is not going to the clubes,bars etc...what about work? Or someone you bump on the train,yes it does happen. THEN you should do your move, OFCOURSE IF YOU don't care at that moment,you will never get any.
I went to school with my first boyfriend. We were best friends for years, then the relationship he was in ended, and we started dating. We stayed together for almost a year, and we're still good friends.
My second one doesn't even really count - we spent the night making out an an anime convention, then a week later he started dating a friend of a friend. Which sucked for a little while, but he lives far away and I started dating someone else a couple week later, so it's all good.
Oh, and the great thing about the convention I met boy #2 at was I really could have gotten with any of the boys I talked to that weekend. Cons are always a nice ego boost.
>>It took you 10 years to figure that out?
She was a high school student at the science olympiad circuits lab I created, we hit it off, a few dates, but shes an atheist and went off to another college, so that ended fast.