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Love on the Internet
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Posted 6/16/08

Katorulez93 wrote:

you cant love someone without knowing them physically


brief but so precise....
yeah..one can't just be simply in love with the image they have in mind of the person they're chatting with^_^
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SayoteRepublic wrote:

The other side might be a trap


quite possibly....
one or the other might have the instances of fully lying to the other person...about what he/she really seems like in person...^_^
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Posted 6/16/08
personally, i dont think i would want to get too attached to someone of the opposite sex on the internet....it's rather cheap for me (no offense)....and i dont think there's any way two people can develop a working relationship online...especially since the people u meet online are complete strangers and you can never guarantee if they're honest to you or not....
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Posted 6/17/08
i think that is my last resort if ever im already on my way to being an old maid
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Posted 6/17/08
I fell in love online when I was 14. I met the person finally when I was 19. Best week of my life So yes, absolutely possible and 100% real.
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rockxx wrote:

I wont say that love on the interent is any good, its possible, yeah. I, for one, cannot judge. But, it would be better if you meet someone offline, then the relationship will seem more real. Plus, it might end good or it might not. Thats the gamble you'd have to take if your thinking about online relationships.


haha hi rok! i was going thru this thread and saw u!

ANYWAYS, i think that if u meet someone online or offline, it doesnt really matter. offline, u will see them and how they act in a more .... real kind of way. on the other hand, if u met someone through the internet, (unless they lived near you) they would not be afraid of being themselves (there are MANY exceptions) and u would see the REAL them, whats inside of their hearts. so it can go both ways ^_^
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A friend of mine met someone over the internet and after about a year of chatting she met the guy irl. They are now married after 2 years of dating.... The guy actually moved from Japan to Canada to be with her...
Posted 6/17/08
yes it have happened with me a lot of times..
n once i regreted it but now im in love with an incredible boy from the net,
ive just known now in 4months n im going to meet him so yea its possible :]
love trough the net can be possible if you want it to be..
for me its the best thing that has ever happened in my life,
i aint lying. my life used to be worst but someone made me feel comfortable about my life again.
made me feel like an different me :] so i would say love trough the net is possible but depends from persons to the another..
coz most boys aint the same n mostly they only make jokes look for real boys n drop the popular once..they only make your life miserable..stop catching for the hot once! face doesnt matter incase.
for me face its not everything. they dont have to be hot to like them.
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Posted 6/17/08
...love is a hard thing to define.

I guess you could love what you perceive a person could be. Though I think it becomes stronger if you extend this love to actual person?

I don't know. I know little about love myself anyway.
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26 / M / Toronto, Ontario
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I wouldn't go so far as saying falling in love over the internet is possible. But what the internet does is take away the physical aspect and you start liking what the person is like. If, hopefully this person is the same as they say they are..
So while online you feel an attraction towards that individual... you probably even start liking them, then when you meet, you may or may not fall in love.... if you meet that is.
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Posted 6/17/08
that silly, i rather be friends
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"Love" is highly subjective. Even in physical relationships that might be deemed loving, everyone clearly feels it and thinks of it in a different way. Given that, it wouldn't be fair of any of us to say that love in an online relationship is impossible.

Some argue that people are not exposed to the "real" side of their partners in online relationships, but the same problem exists offline when people lie and hide parts of themselves. The lack of the physical aspect certainly takes away from a more complete knowledge of the other individual, but sometimes it is that which encourages people to reveal who they are. I know I'm certainly more open about myself online.

I was in an entirely online relationship with a girl for a couple years, and now we live together. Everything is fine. Seems successful, yes?
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Only weak minded idiots claim to 'love' someone, limited to speaking over the net. The other person could lie, show pictures of someone else and all other kinds of deception. Sure it's highly possible, but extremely stupid.
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I don't think so. People could THINK that they've fallen in love with someone, but without actually meeting the person in real life, it seems unlikely.
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Posted 7/10/08
Love is the feeling of contentment caused by the company of another individual. Regardless of whether the companionship is one over the internet or one in reality, the feeling of content may only be realized with an image of that particular individual. The image however, is rarely a true reflection of character, both online and in real life. So I see no additional obstacle preventing a 'love' online than one would experience in real life.

Of course, if your views on what 'love' actually is, differs from my definition, then your conclusions might be surprisingly different.
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