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Online Dating and Dating here on CR?
Posted 3/8/11
if it makes you happy, do it. I don't hate it -- it's not a good idea if you really like that person though and meeting up is pretty much impossible. Tried a couple of times and all it did was hurt me later.
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Posted 3/8/11
why not get nudes and videos from your online girlfriend or boyfriend..and then get the same shit plus more physical in person from others .. win win situation
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Posted 3/8/11 , edited 3/8/11
I think online dating is STUPID. Point being.

I have a friend who claims she has a "boyfriend" but has NEVER met him! (They "met" on Facebook.) She says that she loves him and that he might be "the one." She also says that she "misses him a lot" and daydreams about him. Tell me: how the heck can you miss/daydream about someone you've NEVER met in person!? They talk on the phone and she has pictures, but who knows if they are real? Just as, how does she know who he really is? (She claims he's not lying and can tell if he is...) They talk on the phone, but a phone conversation is NOT a substitute for really getting to know someone.

Point is, the whole thing is DUMB! You DON'T know who you're talking to! You only know the personality the other person is portrying to you! I would never, never, NEVER recommend it! It's just asking to be stalked in my opinion. (Then again I was raised not to trust anybody, especially on the internet.) And, it's unrealistic, you can not claim to have a signifigant other you've never met, they're just a friend at most.

(Side note-It doesn't help that my friend and her "boyfriend" are both dumb Weeaboos...)
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Posted 3/8/11 , edited 3/8/11

Kippu wrote:

Nothing wrong with MEETING someone over the internet. But it's not a real relationship until you meet up in person. Then it becomes a long distance relationship, and quite frankly I have nothing against that but pure respect. From what I'm aware of, having a long distance relationship is fucking hard! More harder than being married! .


I'll correct you if I ever get divorced. I have an LDR that started over a forum (forum is now long dead. Bleh)

Basically I agree with Kippu on this. CR relationships aren't actually real... but if it's kids? Meh just let them be.
But if you come on CR aged 40-whatever looking for that sexy little minx...
well you're a pedo.



.... or just have no life.




LostButterflyUtau wrote:

I think online dating is STUPID. Point being.

I have a friend who claims she has a "boyfriend" but has NEVER met him! (They "met" on Facebook.) She says that she loves him and that he might be "the one." She also says that she "misses him a lot" and daydreams about him. Tell me: how the heck can you miss/daydream about someone you've NEVER met in person!? They talk on the phone and she has pictures, but who knows if they are real? Just as, how does she know who he really is? (She claims he's not lying and can tell if he is...) They talk on the phone, but a phone conversation is NOT a substitute for really getting to know someone.

Point is, the whole thing is DUMB! You DON'T know who you're talking to! You only know the personality the other person is portrying to you! I would never, never, NEVER recommend it! It's just asking to be stalked in my opinion. (Then again I was raised not to trust anybody, especially on the internet.) And, it's unrealistic, you can not claim to have a signifigant other you've never met, they're just a friend at most.

(Side note-It doesn't help that my friend and her "boyfriend" are both dumb Weeaboos...)


That's kind of dodgy. So what this guy just goes around adding random girls on facebook? It doesn't have a forum or anything to publicly discuss so it's odd that he'd just add her out of the blue!
I'm curious though, does your friend have any exes? Bear in mind, the first relationship you're in is always the most idealistic.
Don't knock it before you see the end result. For all you know he COULD be the one and they end up meeting and marrying. Not likely, but possible.
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Posted 3/8/11
awww who wants to be my CR lover haha no but seriously i agree with vv


TokinesLover wrote:

Its okay if you join a non dating site forum and you find a friend and you eventually date,

but joining a non dating site just to find a date isnt the reason why you should join.

if your looking for site to date then just join one.


Posted 3/8/11
Don't support it really.
Posted 3/8/11
You must be at least 18 or older and female to be eligible for this. If not, so sorry.

Whatever.
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Posted 3/8/11
been there done that, got my hear broken and other things that are to personal to reveal on a public discussion forum
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Posted 3/9/11
Don't think theres anything wrong with online dating.
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Posted 3/9/11
well I have a group of friends over the internet and 2 of them got into a relationship that lasted for about a year... they broke up but they're still so close to each other... I guess there's nothing wrong since they're both in the 'right' age... but yeah.. I don't plan to get into that even if I turn into that 'right' age... lol
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Posted 3/9/11
Don't do it.

but if you do meet up and make a connection in real life.
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Posted 3/9/11
The problem is, if you meet someone over the internet, how can you be sure that in real life, they're what you expected? And you can't expect these internet relationships to last long, because soon enough, one partner will find someone else in their actual lives. Internet relationships... have no point because most of the time, they won't last forever. I've seen people fall in love with someone on the internet, and I've done so myself, but the usual thing that comes out of it is pain.
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Posted 3/14/11

Tethler wrote:

My wife and I met on an online game. Long distance relationships are hard and I don't recommend it to anyone. Those months waiting for her to move out here were hell. 5 years later and still going strong though. :)


Aw, this is super sweet. What game?

I've had a crush on someone in Dungeons and Dragons Online before, except that he was married so I didn't do anything like flirt or even tell him I had a crush, because that would be wrong and disrespectful to his wife. I saw a picture of him and he was SO different than he sounded. Wayyyyyyy older than he sounded. His voice was sexy but him? Physically not too attractive, to me.

Anyway, I would have to meet someone before even considering becoming 'sexual' or romantic, or serious, or saying ' I love you ' ... I would want things to be simple and not too deep and invested, that way if when we meet the other person was lying, then I won't walk away embarrassed or with a broken heart. I think OKcupid is a decent site.
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Posted 3/14/11

NotGheyDeer wrote:


MelodieLenora wrote:


Tethler wrote:

My wife and I met on an online game. Long distance relationships are hard and I don't recommend it to anyone. Those months waiting for her to move out here were hell. 5 years later and still going strong though. :)


Aw, this is super sweet. What game?

I've had a crush on someone in Dungeons and Dragons Online before, except that he was married so I didn't do anything like flirt or even tell him I had a crush, because that would be wrong and disrespectful to his wife. I saw a picture of him and he was SO different than he sounded. Wayyyyyyy older than he sounded. His voice was sexy but him? Physically not too attractive, to me.

Anyway, I would have to meet someone before even considering becoming 'sexual' or romantic, or serious, or saying ' I love you ' ... I would want things to be simple and not too deep and invested, that way if when we meet the other person was lying, then I won't walk away embarrassed or with a broken heart. I think OKcupid is a decent site.


It's ok, I divorced her.

I also lost that weight.

Feel free to send me nekkid pictures of yourself now.


Oh did you? I'm so happy. It looks like those naked pictures will have to be delayed until your 18th birthday though. Wanna CR date until then?
Posted 3/14/11
i dont like dating online because...
i like to be close to my bf
they might by lying or somthing, i do not want to meet a pedo lol
i want them to expect somthing of me
and lastly, i think my pictures are prettier than me in person so i wouldnt want to disappoint them.
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