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Posted 4/13/14
Why do you want one? Actually, a better question would be, how can you stand one?
I'd like to hear why you enjoy yours or why you'd want one.
Me personally, I can't stand the idea of being tied down to one person. Especially since I'm so.. free-spirited?
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I feel like I want one because I love the idea of being with someone you love alot. I guess its because I'm a romantic, but I think I'm one of the few teens who can't wait to get married and have kids. Don't shit on my dreams Crunchyroll users.
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Posted 4/13/14

Khelgor1 wrote:

Why do you want one? Actually, a better question would be, how can you stand one?
I'd like to hear why you enjoy yours or why you'd want one.
Me personally, I can't stand the idea of being tied down to one person. Especially since I'm so.. free-spirited?


Is that code for "I'm frightened of making a commitment".
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i enjoy my space too much to constantly feel like i have to be around someone or entertain them.

then again. MEBE WEN I MEAT DA RITE PURSUN I WNT EVA WANT 2 BE APART XXXX

but for now. no.
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Hmm well, for me, I simply found someone I liked more than anyone else.

Being single/uncommitted is nice and all I'm sure, but I think there are a lot of perks to being exclusive that make it worth it. Caring about someone the most and them (hopefully) caring about you the most as well is a nice thing. You do more for each other than you would otherwise. There's a particular sense of reliability and trust you can't really get elsewhere.

Also, close relationships help one grow and learn about others and the world in general I think. I know I learned a lot about how to better take into consideration other people and their feelings from being that up close and personal and taking on that responsibility. It's an incredibly intense thing, sometimes awfully so, and it's hard having different ideals/expectations. But I think it's a good thing.

I don't see the point in being all over the place with my relations to people. I'm the everything or nothing sort of person; no in between. At least as much as I can be. But if I didn't have someone I fell for and was super inspired to try for, I would likely still be happily single. Either way is fine I suppose.
Posted 4/13/14 , edited 4/13/14
1. biology... something in my brain tells me I need to find a partner.



2. someone to come home to, sometimes when you have a rough day at work, u just need some1 to come home 2 and rant about it.

3. someone to play scrabble and monopoly with. i'm a big fan of board games and video games, so it'd be cool if I have someone who can do these things with me. I feel like only old ladies like to play scrabble......
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Posted 4/13/14
I can't date someone when my life isn't together. Also don't know how to be someone's girlfriend, I never experience such a thing. It's not easy for someone like me to be placed in a relationship. Would you really want to date a people pleaser that is still struggling to help herself?!

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Posted 4/13/14 , edited 4/13/14
Someone to love, care for who apprecates you, and ofc good sex
Posted 4/13/14
All those fairytales are full of shit
One more fuckin relationship thread and i'll be sick
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I feel it's a loaded question. Everyone has their expectations of what they want and how they want it; with someone else or not. Why post then? I thought I'd share that what you thought you wanted and you want later might be two different things.

Once had a wife of five years. Did everything together, video games, dancing, sex in public places.... the works. She ended up leaving me, saying she didn't love me anymore.

At first, I was heart broken. I felt very lonely after being with someone with so long and being so young (27). Now about a year later... Here I am, happy as a clam being single and meeting and occasionally doing a lot more with other people. My ex wants me back and regrets ending our relationship. I still love her, but I can't imagine being in a relationship and missing out on being single.

Moral of the story, what you want will change as you change as a person. Have fun being with someone or being single, the clock is ticking.
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24 / F / Iwatobi!!
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Posted 4/13/14
Having a partner is the best feeling in the world. They are someone you can share everything with and rely on no matter what. I met my bf at a really low point in my life and he has always supported me through everything. Without him I might not of been here and that's how powerful a true relationship can be.

Also he loves gaming, Comic cons and anime! So I can share all of my passions with him. Perfect I say
Posted 4/13/14
I would like to be in a relationship, it has been some time since I was last in one. However I will not settle for whatever comes my way, which has been a number of girls. I know from experience that won't end well. When somebody comes along that is the right one, I'll know. I just have to be patient and pay attention until that time comes.
Posted 4/13/14
Relationships is the best thing ever in this life because its whats brings the human beings to the closest they can be.and no other thing can.
despites the negetive things about them.
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