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At 8/17/12 06:50 AM, Xenomit wrote:At 8/17/12 06:47 AM, ih8dude wrote: I don't want to come off as presumptuous but you don't even fit in here. Sucks to say but dating just isn't something you'll experience in the same way most people do.Because I'm a furry? That's racist, and possibly biased
I love how you clearly don't know what the word "racist" means.
Even if you didn't date in high school you must admit you saw a lot of dating."Hooking up at a pizzaria because jessica passed you a note in 4th period algebra" doesn't count as a relationship
My current girlfriend and I met at my secondary school. I also know a lot of people whose school relationships have lasted long beyond that.
As for work place dating it varies from profession and environment, if you work in an environment where people your own age have to interact it's almost guaranteed.I supose you have some way to back this up?
Personally, I have no comment with this, other than his argument logically makes sense, and yours is akin to "yeah, but why?"
You laugh at the okcupid comment, but I didn't say so Forbes, New York Times, and The New Yorker said so.Oh, yeah, a few magazines said it so it must be true, and everyone on the planet must also think the same
My uncle met his wife on a dating site. Go figure.
I've never heard of bar/club relationships lasting long or even working out well.
One of my friends met a girl at an all ages rave. He's 19 and she's 17 turning 18 soon but the girl is extremely controlling and manipulative of him. They fight constantly and she has the typical hormonal 17 year old girl episodes. Probably doesn't help she's done more drugs than anyone before she was 16 years old.
They've only been together for 5 months and either they're breaking up or they want to run off and get married.