Internet boyfriend vs. IRL crush

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Re: Internet boyfriend vs. IRL crush

Unread postby Dai Stihó » 17th February, 2012, 3:49 pm

Simon wrote:I'm not sure I understand why proposing is so silly. Why, my online boyfriend and I propose to each other five times a week.


You both propose to several people several times a week. :oface:
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Re: Internet boyfriend vs. IRL crush

Unread postby Xade » 17th February, 2012, 3:52 pm

Dai Stihó wrote:
Simon wrote:I'm not sure I understand why proposing is so silly. Why, my online boyfriend and I propose to each other five times a week.


You both propose to several people several times a week. :oface:


Seeeeeb :hug:.

Also, I'd like to point out that Tom has a Intellectual Collective now. This eliminates his proposal rate.
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Re: Internet boyfriend vs. IRL crush

Unread postby Simon » 17th February, 2012, 3:55 pm

Fair enough. I have my concubines, after all.
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Re: Internet boyfriend vs. IRL crush

Unread postby Aerius » 17th February, 2012, 4:48 pm

Xade wrote:
Dai Stihó wrote:
Simon wrote:I'm not sure I understand why proposing is so silly. Why, my online boyfriend and I propose to each other five times a week.


You both propose to several people several times a week. :oface:


Seeeeeb :hug:.

Also, I'd like to point out that Tom has a Intellectual Collective now. This eliminates his proposal rate.

It's a Socialist Collective, dammit! :argh: We're willing to accept that sometimes people don't have to be massively intelligent to enter, so long as they have other genetically desirable traits :P

However, on topic, I'd agree with the analysis that if there's two people you like equally, one nearby and one miles away, two things are clear.

Firstly, you're not ready for a really serious commitment like marriage if you're not sure he's who you want to spend forever with.

Secondly, go with the guy who's closer. You've a lot to experience yet, and with that sort of timeframe with your miles-away guy, there's always the chance you'll not be able to pull through anyway. Explain that to him, and with any luck he'll understand.
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