Post Reply I've known my best friend for 10 years now!
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She wasn't my best friend when I first met her, but now she's my best friend

This was a year after we met when we went to one of her friends' wedding. I just about never post pics of myself online because unlike her I age horribly (but as long as my wife loves me I don't care):



I first liked her kind of mainly because of her looks. She wasn't just kawaii moe- but moe moe kyun. A year later when she tried on wedding dresses she seriously looked like some magical girl with a pair of glasses minus the short skirt and magical wand.

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I actually didn't get to know her very well until we got married. I just knew we got along nicely and I liked her. Cutesy wife or just cutesy girlfriend. Decisions decisions...

THEN I got to know her way better.

She's cute and sweet, but WAS also jealous and super static cling. I really enjoyed watching Netoge because the main heroine totally reminded me of my wife when we first got married. (Except she's not into games or anime but tolerates my hobbies)



Well, nobody's perfect. When people say somebody's perfect in real life they're lying. In the beginning there was a bit of a rough patch but we eventually stuck it out and worked it out. We both learned how to make compromises, how to make each other happy, and when to stop and apologize. We got to be best friends. Unlike her, I'm not all that social-able so after getting married the number of my friends I kept in touch with dropped even further lol... The rest of the people I know are pretty much her friends.

I think she's still cute now but thankfully her personality has mellowed out over the years so I'm currently having a much easier time In the future even if she becomes not cute or lovable or even LIKABLE I'd still love her because she's my wife and I'd love her no matter what.

Here's my best friend when we went to Victoria Island this past weekend. Pic safely shrunk for the internets...

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always nice to have a long time friend, I've known my best friend since I was 3 and im 21 now
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Damn, nice! I've failed to have a friendship that lasted over 1 year. Everyone who I've tried to be friends with has disconnected from my wavelink for one reason or another. I just got used to it eventually. Maybe I'll meet someone who I can trust (and actually stay connected to) long enough to get married. WHAT SAY YOU MAGIC CONCH?

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just took a look at this guy's profile...go hard or go home?
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jaragnaros wrote:

always nice to have a long time friend, I've known my best friend since I was 3 and im 21 now


The longest time I've been friends with someone I've known is maybe 20 years- My 3 college buddies. Not a whole lotta friends there.

When I was in elementary school, I didn't even learn people's names much less being friends with any of them... I was completely amazed when my wife kept visiting these elementary school friends she kept in touch with when we traveled in Europe! To me, that's unheard of.


FlyinDumpling wrote:

just took a look at this guy's profile...go hard or go home?


I keep reading about people demanding that their partners share their interests. That's doesn't sound all that necessary to me- I think it's enough that the other person puts up with your hobbies...

(I got away with buying $1000 of LL figures because I went on a 2-month trip to Europe with HER)


jaykirbydudee wrote:

Damn, nice! I've failed to have a friendship that lasted over 1 year. Everyone who I've tried to be friends with has disconnected from my wavelink for one reason or another. I just got used to it eventually. Maybe I'll meet someone who I can trust (and actually stay connected to) long enough to get married. WHAT SAY YOU MAGIC CONCH?


I think to have more and more friends, one must be more and more able to put up with whatever that bothers you about someone else. I hear stuff about my wife's friends from her and sometimes I thought "How in the world is she still FRIENDS with these people?!" Yeah, I suppose I have a lower tolerance, and thus less friends... When you're with someone long enough you'd bound to run into annoyances with that other person, friend or no friend.
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Awwwww
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