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Posted 9/17/13 , edited 9/17/13
^ Then maybe you shouldn't pay for everything

Let the girl pay for her foods and stuff

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If people didn't date things, no one would ever know when they happened. For instance, this post was made on September 17, 2013. Now when someone comes back and read this, thanks to the fact that I dated it, they'll know when it was written.

That's why dating is important.

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the first few pages answers :/
i assume u guys havent been in love
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Is there anyone on this thread that is an asexual?
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I'm sure that for a lot of people, sex is part of the equation. On an even grander scale, however, I think more people just want someone they can trust and be intimate with.

We throw these words around "boyfriend" "girlfriend", but all those relationships are are marriages without rings. Training wheels. Testing the waters. All that sort of stuff. People who want that kind of connection are looking for just one (at least one) individual that will look at them, and say "I love you" and mean it. Unconditional love. There are some who are literally missing their other half. Their life feels empty without that person in it. There's a void in their soul that they can't fill with anything. Humans are social creatures, so it's logical that we would be wired this way, to seek such deep, meaningful connections with people.

Even if you don't want to be married or have a romantic relationship with anyone (you are not alone in that, by the way), you still need relationships. You need to talk with people. You need to connect. Share your ideas with someone. Cry on a shoulder every now and then. Just know that someone is there for you through thick and thin. We cannot escape our need for socializing. Not every relationship has to be romantic after all.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Is there anyone on this thread that is an asexual?


me, partly.

ive understood their answers as sex as the primary reason. for me, that should be secondary. i mean, if u really like someone, u dont have to be like, look forward to having sex instead, u see that person as the one who gave u happiness and then u come to trust that person, build a strong bond, can understand each other and u get to be comfortable with each other
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Smoochie, smoochie, kissy, kissy, sexy stuff. Lying. why? because unless you tell your date all the bad things your gonna start doing the moment your dating then your kinda lying. Meeting someone new that you might want to have sex with. If your dating and you think you don't want to have sex with this person then your lying.
Dating and being in a relationship are two different things before someone says something stupid to me.
PS: I'm anti-dating i'll hangout, get to know you then maybe a relationship will form but I'm not a fan of going out with the intention of shooting for a relationship, you end up in a relationship with horrible people that way.
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gayle12345 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Is there anyone on this thread that is an asexual?


me, partly.

ive understood their answers as sex as the primary reason. for me, that should be secondary. i mean, if u really like someone, u dont have to be like, look forward to having sex instead, u see that person as the one who gave u happiness and then u come to trust that person, build a strong bond, can understand each other and u get to be comfortable with each other


Nowadays, it seems like lust is much more important than just love. Everybody wants to lose their virginity mainly so they won't get deemed a loser. Some people are way too idealistic and picky when it comes to dating and sexual attraction. You just can't please everyone.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


gayle12345 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Is there anyone on this thread that is an asexual?


me, partly.

ive understood their answers as sex as the primary reason. for me, that should be secondary. i mean, if u really like someone, u dont have to be like, look forward to having sex instead, u see that person as the one who gave u happiness and then u come to trust that person, build a strong bond, can understand each other and u get to be comfortable with each other


Nowadays, it seems like lust is much more important than just love. Everybody wants to lose their virginity mainly so they won't get deemed a loser. Some people are way too idealistic and picky when it comes to dating and sexual attraction. You just can't please everyone.


ye, the way our society thinks nowadays is really sad
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Posted 9/17/13

gayle12345 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:


gayle12345 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Is there anyone on this thread that is an asexual?


me, partly.

ive understood their answers as sex as the primary reason. for me, that should be secondary. i mean, if u really like someone, u dont have to be like, look forward to having sex instead, u see that person as the one who gave u happiness and then u come to trust that person, build a strong bond, can understand each other and u get to be comfortable with each other


Nowadays, it seems like lust is much more important than just love. Everybody wants to lose their virginity mainly so they won't get deemed a loser. Some people are way too idealistic and picky when it comes to dating and sexual attraction. You just can't please everyone.


ye, the way our society thinks nowadays is really sad



I know.
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Well, dates are fun. I mean, in my opinion, you don't have to necessarily end up with the one who asked you out. I think the reason why we should date people is mainly because we enjoy their company, or evaluate on whether we enjoy their company- and basically have fun together. Saying yes or no towards building an intimate relationship with the other still depends on how things turn out.
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Nothing special about it at all.
Unless you just can not get a date i guess that would make getting one finally pretty special no?
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It dates all the times you've been with someone.
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Just the fact that you're connecting with someone, physically/mentally, who may have the same interests as you. If not, you have the opportunity to become close to someone and piece them together as a person. We're human. At one point, we [though not all of us] have this natural desire to share our lives with a significant other, whether it's short-term or long-term.
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SirFinland wrote:

So as I've lived my life so far, pretty comfortable as a loner, I've noticed in my friends and on the internet a need for a relationship. Hell, right now on this forum there are threads that are related to this topic, like what someone wants out of a bf/gf. So I must ask for the sake of my curiosity, what makes dating so special thst everyone wants in on it?

Oh and I'm not trying to be edgy or anything like that.


Well I dont mean to be rude so my sincere apologies if you feel offended about what i say..but if the whole relationship topic is on your mind, it honestly means that you are starting to feel the need of not being alone anymore...It sounds completely ridiculous but its true...I always tell myself that Im doing well being by myself and I dont care for relationships, but for some odd reason the whole idea crosses my mind constantly...also, people who truly are living perfectly fine alone actually dont even share curiosity, let alone any type of importance, when it comes to relationships, trust me ive seen it since i was young..But its perfectly normal..to be honest again, it is true when they say "youre not meant to be alone" and "theres always someone out there for you" as corny and cliche as it sounds, it really is true. Now im not saying it means your "love desperate" or whatever...im just saying that you have come to the point in life in which you are questioning whether or not you can actually live the rest of your life "alone"..and i know you can live happily with just friends and family, but in the end, there is someone out there for you...Im pretty sure that I went way off course with your question, but maybe i answered something a bit more important for you! Peace
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