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Ernie15
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I've noticed the increase in threads being made about problems with relationships and dating. Now, I have no problem with the subject matter. No, my problem is with the amount of threads people are creating about it.

Judging by all these threads being made about the same thing, it's safe to say it's inevitable for these questions to be asked; and since the answers to these relationship/dating questions are generally very similar, putting all the questions in one thread saves time and posting.

No, this is not a thread where you specifically ask me for advice; I don't know very much about this subject. I'm simply the guy who has created the thread so you can post your questions for anybody to answer.

So if you have a question about dating or relationships, or anything along those lines, ask it here, wait for someone to reply here, and don't make a new thread about it!

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RainbowGoGangster3
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I agree with Jeol about the spongebob haha jk i just agree with him about the whole thing including the spongebob

Pazx
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FaceTime (iPhone video chat) is actually really, really good and I recommend it if you both have an iDevice with a camera. If you don't, that's ok, there's plenty of other ways.

GoblinD
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My first was ireland-america and lasted a year and three months but visits weren't regular.
Now i'm ireland-england and visits are weekly, once a month (sounds like child custody LOL).
But i don't know.

How did you get into that situation twice? Really good girls?

I had this European girl that I met and it could have made a great relations but we agreed it would be silly to have a relation between places so far so we just let it go after she went back home.
RainbowGoGangster3
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nothing is silly about relationships, dont say that u never know ur future husband or wife could be living in New Zealand right now, u never know

GoblinD
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Yea but statistically my future wife is a lot more likely to be found somewhere close.
And I'd really hate to disappoint people but unless you're like 22 then you're girlfriend/boyfriend are probably not going to be you're future wife/husband...

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okay, some more news. the girl i like is almost always like 5 metres away from me, dunno why and she seems to be like me back in my last school; kind of a loner with a few friends for comfort. i have also tried acting normally with my friends around her because usually we are the most immature but fun to be with group.

don't try to act normal. U said she liked u then don't change. just try to ........ um well talk to her more. u get to know her and she gets to know u
GoblinD
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What pickpocket said. And try to sneak in a little alone time with her without her (or you're) friends around. After you do that try to get her number and you win.

zakyman
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I actually have been single for just over a year now, and there is a girl I like in school. Unfortunately, she is a shiksa, so my parents would never approve. Any thoughts to help me out?

GoblinD
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If she likes you and you like her then I suggest you talk to your parents about it and that it shouldn't make them uncomfortable because it's not like you're getting married. Right now they probably dismiss it as nothing to big and that you can easily find someone else.

GoblinD
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Fergot:
If it doesn't work out then seeing you're looking for a relations I suggest you go to a coffee shop around town with a friend or two, I like going to Aroma coffee shops. Usually at weekends its full of girls who have nothing to do, at all ages, and their just waiting for guys to pick them up. The buity of it is that you have so much choices and if you mess you you don't have to see any of them ever again.

RainbowGoGangster3
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dude u make that sound wrong like they are prostitutes or soemthen

GoblinD
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Their not prostitutes, their girls looking for boyfriends. Just like guys who want a girl, there's also girls looking for guys. It doesn't all have to come from school, in fact a lot if not most of relationships are made by pickups in clubs, coffee shops, etc.

RainbowGoGangster3
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ya but u kinda made it sound like it. but i no what u ment

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What pickpocket said. And try to sneak in a little alone time with her without her (or you're) friends around. After you do that try to get her number and you win.

Your friends could probably help you out to. Unless they're the kind of friends that would mess with you lol. Then I probably wouldn't get help from them.
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I've actually been wondering about this for a while...I don't quite remember if I'd already asked...
What is a relationship, exactly? What's considered a relationship? A friend of mine was in a "relationship" but they rarely went out and didn't get past the "holding hands" stage. Then they broke up a few weeks later and neither felt any sort of emotion towards the whole thing.

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