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Love on the Internet
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Posted 6/5/08
it's possible it happened 2 me and somehow we lost contact. but its really hard to mentain a long distance relationship. i takes a lot of trust to hav that kinda relationship.but its really dangerous though
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Yes, I think that it is possible. My sister met her fiance over the Internet and that was about 6 years ago.
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well yah it happened to me but hes okay nothin crazy like instead you have to beware he/she may be a pervert or some rapist sumthin like that..just make shure you dont fall to their trap and stuff ill explain it to you for example..

1.he/she may ask you for your cell number☎
2.will want to meett you right away like you had met 2 days ago or a week and stuff and asked you to met him in somme hotel eww
3.if he/she brang you to der car and drove far away you'll notice
just make shure they aint no nothin like that..
☁ dont fall to fast.
said enough just listen to me online meeting may be dangerous or awesome at the same time=)
but dont go overboard
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asian_panda999 wrote:

well yah it happened to me but hes okay nothin crazy like instead you have to beware he/she may be a pervert or some rapist sumthin like that..just make shure you dont fall to their trap and stuff ill explain it to you for example..

1.he/she may ask you for your cell number☎
2.will want to meett you right away like you had met 2 days ago or a week and stuff and asked you to met him in somme hotel eww
3.if he/she brang you to der car and drove far away you'll notice
just make shure they aint no nothin like that..
☁ dont fall to fast.
said enough just listen to me online meeting may be dangerous or awesome at the same time=)
but dont go overboard


yup..i agree that a lot of online users who go for online relationship may seldom be pervert, etc...
the next thing you know...
he/she maybe asking you on online s*x...
life...as it is...^_^
thanks for posting...
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animeprincess wrote:




I would rather be with someone in the real world, i can personally interact and have conversation, instead of just typing to each other



edit: thought this was interesting, they have a book that teaches you how to date on the internet


really?..a book on online dating?...lol..

i guess the people who engage in it are the ones who lack personal confidence to meet someone in person...
nice post
and i totally agree that personal interaction is still the best...
Posted 6/7/08
im not sure if that would work ... but i admired a lot of people here in the internet....
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asian_panda999 wrote:

well yah it happened to me but hes okay nothin crazy like instead you have to beware he/she may be a pervert or some rapist sumthin like that..just make shure you dont fall to their trap and stuff ill explain it to you for example..

1.he/she may ask you for your cell number☎
2.will want to meett you right away like you had met 2 days ago or a week and stuff and asked you to met him in somme hotel eww
3.if he/she brang you to der car and drove far away you'll notice
just make shure they aint no nothin like that..
☁ dont fall to fast.
said enough just listen to me online meeting may be dangerous or awesome at the same time=)
but dont go overboard


i agree with asian_panda999, if you do by chance, fall in love, be careful. , there are a lot of dangerous people who will try to get on your good side and turn out to be a bad person, so if they ever want to meet you in person, please, please, have someone come with you the first time, or two, because you never really know who that other person hiding behind a computer screen is really like

im not saying all of them are bad, just keep an eye out, and if you have a really bad feeling about something, you're usually right, so listen to yourself if you feel that a situation is not good.

and if the person turns out to be honest and good, then, good for you lol
Posted 6/7/08
Yeah Right...
They Can Be Anyone,
Like 53 Year Old Pervert, Pretending To Be A 16 Year Old Boy...
You Never Know.
Posted 6/7/08

vTyChang wrote:

But even so...isn't it surely probable that a middle ground could be struck...a compromise between the two...whether it's the heart giving into the mind or vice versa. Yes/No?...I say YES.


Easier said than done my dear boy. Asking for an even pavement is much too ideal, you might as well throw it out the window.


I could not have said/typed it better myself. But let's not discount the possibility that true love can be found over the www....however slim the chance...I'd like to think it's possible. But maybe this is all just me looking thru rose colored glasses....


Of course true love can be found over the internetz -- why else do you think there is eHarmony.com for? and those fifty billion commercials that play during every show break when you happen to be stuck watching the Lifetime channel? Rose colored glasses, eh? Your smiley seems to be looking through charcoal colored glasses.

What an optimist!
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do you actually believe love could exist here on the internet by means of electronic interaction without involving the "physical" part of the being?

you know what they say, words are faster than actions?
but could it be that without personal interaction people do get in love in reality?
have you tried admiring someone here on the internet you've just chatted?
hmmm...
how can you actually define "love on the internet"?


I think that if we temporary (only temporary ) forget about the possible "risks" of internet dating, then this kind of love could a beautiful one, you know...

The two people fell in love with each other not because of look, popularity, or the "benefit" of it, but they fell in love because of the other's qualities. In other words, they don't just jump from strangers to lovers like some couples in real life. Their progression goes from strangers to acquaintances, then friends, then close friends, then life-long friends, then finally lovers.

That being said, however, there are still the possible risks that we all know just too well

But hey, whenever we fall in love we are taking the risks, aren't we? It's just that online love have a different kind of risk than that of real life love. Wait! No! I take that back. There is one common risk between real life love and online love.

And that risk is....L-I-E! Yep, it's "lie". We never know whether the other person loves us the way we love him/her
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im not sure if that would work ... but i admired a lot of people here in the internet....


yeah..so do I...

but we can't really tell the real personality of that certain person here on net...
but anyways...
i enjoy socializing with people here^_^
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Posted 6/8/08

Allanon0904 wrote:


hannah675 wrote:
do you actually believe love could exist here on the internet by means of electronic interaction without involving the "physical" part of the being?

you know what they say, words are faster than actions?
but could it be that without personal interaction people do get in love in reality?
have you tried admiring someone here on the internet you've just chatted?
hmmm...
how can you actually define "love on the internet"?


I think that if we temporary (only temporary ) forget about the possible "risks" of internet dating, then this kind of love could a beautiful one, you know...

The two people fell in love with each other not because of look, popularity, or the "benefit" of it, but they fell in love because of the other's qualities. In other words, they don't just jump from strangers to lovers like some couples in real life. Their progression goes from strangers to acquaintances, then friends, then close friends, then life-long friends, then finally lovers.

That being said, however, there are still the possible risks that we all know just too well

But hey, whenever we fall in love we are taking the risks, aren't we? It's just that online love have a different kind of risk than that of real life love. Wait! No! I take that back. There is one common risk between real life love and online love.

And that risk is....L-I-E! Yep, it's "lie". We never know whether the other person loves us the way we love him/her


and we all know that lying could never be caught on the internet in some certain circumstances..
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hannah675 wrote:


and we all know that lying could never be caught on the internet in some certain circumstances..


True, but it's not like we'd know whether someone is lying to us in real life immediately either. Oftentimes, it takes a while for a lie to reveal itself. And we all told like some billions of lies already, and we all have been lied to by someone in our lives. There's no way to avoid lies. You just have to find someway to deal with them.

But hey, it's his/her choice. He/she decided to do so knowing the risks. Have you read the news about some girls committed suicide because they were dumped by some "fake" guy on MySpace? It's like once every two or three years

Yeah, I know that it's stupid but those girls really did love whoever the boys were, didn't they? That's a prove of true love through the internet ... Ah, well, at least it's one-sided true love
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Allanon0904 wrote:


hannah675 wrote:


and we all know that lying could never be caught on the internet in some certain circumstances..


True, but it's not like we'd know whether someone is lying to us in real life immediately either. Oftentimes, it takes a while for a lie to reveal itself. And we all told like some billions of lies already, and we all have been lied to by someone in our lives. There's no way to avoid lies. You just have to find someway to deal with them.

But hey, it's his/her choice. He/she decided to do so knowing the risks. Have you read the news about some girls committed suicide because they were dumped by some "fake" guy on MySpace? It's like once every two or three years

Yeah, I know that it's stupid but those girls really did love whoever the boys were, didn't they? That's a prove of true love through the internet ... Ah, well, at least it's one-sided true love


but in any case you can't really denote that one-sided love is true love on the net...
first thing you have to think is that lying your character or personality on the internet is not love at all...
it's like you're after for popularity and attention first before putting on your inner self to it...
secondly, the personality with which people do exemplify here on the net(for most of the liars) is the ideal character they wanna be but in reality they can't really be this created imaged persona...
and thirdly, so to escape their boredom creating all those lies to gain allies, seldom things can never be so good to be true, right?.. they wished that they were that person...since actually they are now into the state of like getting in touched to with the person they are chatting most to on the net....so they're created persona becomes now a "living ideal lie".......

in the case of girls who went suicidal over some faked guys on the net...
i could only foretell that "life is so full of challenges, it is the wise-users who most gain on this game, utterly called "technical reality".........
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