Is it possible?

  • brickboy1966

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    Sep 07, 2014 12:52 AM GMT
    Is it possible to fall in love at first site online.
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    Sep 07, 2014 12:56 AM GMT
    Probably
    Hopefully it isn't a fake profile though.
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    Sep 07, 2014 4:02 AM GMT
    Only if you're fat and lonely.
  • bushman

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    Sep 09, 2014 6:13 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidOnly if you're fat and lonely.


    That's a bit rough!
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    Sep 09, 2014 6:15 AM GMT
    It's likely the profile you're looking at is a fake.
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    Sep 09, 2014 6:16 AM GMT
    Not with that face.
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    Sep 09, 2014 6:18 AM GMT
    brickboy1966 saidIs it possible to fall in love at first site online.


    If you were truly being clever you deserve to find real internet love. But I'm afraid it's better to look for something in the physical world rather than virtual.
  • doriangrey77

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    Sep 09, 2014 9:30 AM GMT
    Is it possible? It's surprising how many men seriously believe this (no offense).

    I used to believe it until I met my first online crush in person. Although he was fine, he was nothing like what I had imagined, even with accurate posted pictures of himself and after having had numerous, lengthy online conversations. In person--'for real'--he wasn't my type at all.

    Someone in person will *always* be different than what you've imagined based on online encounters. This will happen even if he is being honest. It will even happen if you think you aren't making up things about him in your head--because you are. You can't help it.

    Occasionally--rarely, actually--he will be better in person than what you imagined. But even then he'll be different than your preconceived imaginings.

    If you're ever interested in either friendship or a b.f. relationship with someone from online, you should meet him in person at the first opportunity--preferably after only a couple of online chats. The sooner you meet someone in person, the less chance you have of making stuff up in your head that will, by definition, almost always be inaccurate and therefore, disappointing.
  • bushman

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    Sep 09, 2014 10:39 PM GMT
    doriangrey77 saidIs it possible? It's surprising how many men seriously believe this (no offense).

    I used to believe it until I met my first online crush in person. Although he was fine, he was nothing like what I had imagined, even with accurate posted pictures of himself and after having had numerous, lengthy online conversations. In person--'for real'--he wasn't my type at all.

    Someone in person will *always* be different than what you've imagined based on online encounters. This will happen even if he is being honest. It will even happen if you think you aren't making up things about him in your head--because you are. You can't help it.

    Occasionally--rarely, actually--he will be better in person than what you imagined. But even then he'll be different than your preconceived imaginings.

    If you're ever interested in either friendship or a b.f. relationship with someone from online, you should meet him in person at the first opportunity--preferably after only a couple of online chats. The sooner you meet someone in person, the less chance you have of making stuff up in your head that will, by definition, almost always be inaccurate and therefore, disappointing.


    Yeah go along with that.