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ever fallen for someone in crunchyroll?
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Posted 6/17/08

Alliechan wrote:
Sorry, I tend to rattle on when I talk about something. It's a habit of mine to make long posts. And I learned about stupidity in having online relationships, so I can understand how it would be stupid to fall for someone online. Though there are those times when you find someone who you really feel at ease with and enjoy their personality and you know them for a while and wonder if you both met in real life would it work out. I don't agree with online love relationships since they really are stupid and horrible. Yeah if I keep talking this will become a long post about random reasons why online love is horrible. So I'll stop.


xD why not? You could write an analysis bout it

well I know many friends ( not here on CR) who made a lot of friends via the internet.... they also meet in real life afterwards. But those had to fulfill some conditions of course like pic, voice and all those stuff ^^
Even love was there ~ but not while chattin on the net but afterwards after meeting in real life =)

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I don't think I would. But, I have met some of them in real. It's quite fun actually...
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who knows what destiny hide
some ppl thinks it's not good and some thinks it's good

who know if it's long distance love it might works hehe
and maybe u can meet ppl near ur place and u can ask about them hehe
u can say internet is alot a tool to help

Posted 6/17/08
it's hard for me to think of actually falling for someone over the internet , maybe if you met them in real life and get to know them....that's more reasonable.
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if you do and you have not met them in person, sorry to say.. you are pathetic.
You can't fall in love unless you see the person in front of your eyes so that you could feel her or have a normal conversation unlike a phone conversation..


I beg the differ.

When you don't meet someone in your eyes, it makes your feelings based around their attitude rather than their physical appearances or voice. Yes, it's a dangerous thing, but it can also be a beneficial thing as well. The risks of these are that you don't know exactly if the person who you are talking to is geniuine or simply a fraud. A fraud doesn't always mean a 58 year old fat dude acting like a 18 year old hottie - it can also mean that a person who isn't nice in real life can behave nice on the internet. In other words, they take advantage of the "clean slate" which they are presented. Putting these risks aside, the alternative is that the person who you meet is really a nice person and someone who you don't know in real life. Since you don't know them in real life, it becomes easier to become honest with them and to open up your true emotions. It's hard to find this kind of luxury even among your best friends. Sure, you may open up to them, but do you really tell them everything? For most people, I would think not.

The second question here is whether it's "love" or merely a dependence. Can you actually see yourself falling in love with this person... meaning, can you see yourself opening yourself to the person and dating him/her? Is it love, or you just enjoy talking to this "mysterious" person? After you meet him/her in real life, will your emotions stay the same? These are questions which needs to be asked before you can actually say "I'm falling in love with a person online". If you can confidently say that you are in love and it will not change after you meet the person, then I would say it is.


Myself... would I ever fall for someone online? There is a possibility, but the numbers are low. I'm simply too doubtful of the people I meet online because so much about them is hidden from you. These doubts can be destroyed with time and steady conversation, but it's very hard to do.
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makix wrote:


NewSoul wrote:

if you do and you have not met them in person, sorry to say.. you are pathetic.
You can't fall in love unless you see the person in front of your eyes so that you could feel her or have a normal conversation unlike a phone conversation..


I beg the differ.

When you don't meet someone in your eyes, it makes your feelings based around their attitude rather than their physical appearances or voice. Yes, it's a dangerous thing, but it can also be a beneficial thing as well. The risks of these are that you don't know exactly if the person who you are talking to is geniuine or simply a fraud. A fraud doesn't always mean a 58 year old fat dude acting like a 18 year old hottie - it can also mean that a person who isn't nice in real life can behave nice on the internet. In other words, they take advantage of the "clean slate" which they are presented. Putting these risks aside, the alternative is that the person who you meet is really a nice person and someone who you don't know in real life. Since you don't know them in real life, it becomes easier to become honest with them and to open up your true emotions. It's hard to find this kind of luxury even among your best friends. Sure, you may open up to them, but do you really tell them everything? For most people, I would think not.

The second question here is whether it's "love" or merely a dependence. Can you actually see yourself falling in love with this person... meaning, can you see yourself opening yourself to the person and dating him/her? Is it love, or you just enjoy talking to this "mysterious" person? After you meet him/her in real life, will your emotions stay the same? These are questions which needs to be asked before you can actually say "I'm falling in love with a person online". If you can confidently say that you are in love and it will not change after you meet the person, then I would say it is.


Myself... would I ever fall for someone online? There is a possibility, but the numbers are low. I'm simply too doubtful of the people I meet online because so much about them is hidden from you. These doubts can be destroyed with time and steady conversation, but it's very hard to do.


You basically said the same statement that I made. It is merely impossible to love a person after seeing a picture of them. Sure they look good on the picture however, looks can be deceiving. Usually in this site, when a boy sees a stunning lady, they think they are 'in love' after having a little chat with them or vice versa. But ask yourself this question, Is it really love? or do you just enjoy flirting with that person because she's cute? Like I said before, you can't love someone unless you meet them in person so that you and the opposite sex could converse like normal human beings because anyone can lie while using the internet or even the telephone. For instance, if you are in a conversation with someone using the phone, all they can hear is your voice but they can't see your face expressions. Have you ever been on the phone and started to get bored with the person you are talking to? and you just agree on whatever they say because you could care less? and you sound all cute and say "oh yea, me too!" but really you lying? That is exactly the reason why I think you can't love someone in the internet unless you see them personally. Because if you see their face expression, you have a general idea if they are lying or not.

Long distance relationships such as (phone, internet and etc) do not work out unless you are really desperate or actually in love. You can just say anything you would like to and none of the people you talk with can see how you are really reacting because all they hear is your voice. If you have seen those phone sex commercials, you would know what i am talking about, all the people that waste their money on long distance calls and talk to the (supposedly hot looking girls) in the infomercial need to get a real girl and stop wasting their time because none of those girls are real. They are just after your money.

Like I said before, loving someone without seeing them in person is merely impossible. If you think you are in love with someone over the internet, it is not love my friend, it is a crush. Many things are hidden from you over the internet because nobody shares their whole life story unless you've known the person for a long time or actually know the person in real life.
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Never fell for someone online nevermind CR.
Posted 6/17/08

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ner i haven't, nor will I ever do so.


awww CC you just broke my heart
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Posted 6/17/08
NO
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No, don't think so though o_o
Posted 6/17/08
Infatuation, obviously... how the hell do you fall in love with someone on the internet unless you don't know what love is rofl... Well I guess I can't say that cause love for each person is different.
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Posted 6/17/08
i dont think so, im my lurking here in this site no one is "i wanna fall in love with you material"
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Posted 6/17/08
No... but unfortunately... the person I love moved to another state, and most of our communication now takes place on the internet, until we can see each other again.
Posted 6/17/08
no n dont tend to either.
ive already found someone who has got my heart.
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Well, hes not a stranger anymore.
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