falling in-love virtually

Philippines
January 21, 2009 1:49am CST
Have any of you fallen in-love virtually? I did.And it was pretty hard cause you're so far away from each other. Is it worth a try?Or one should stop before it gets out of hand?
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@modstar (9612)
• Philippines
21 Jan 09
I think you should give it a try after you've taken security into consideration. I've fallen in love with someone virtually and i'm still thinking about her up to now. She's a cute girl from Turkey. We've spend lots and lots of hours chatting. I even think the relationship we had online if far better than the relationships i had in real life. Give it a shot, all relationships doesn't start that serious anyway.
@Theresaaiza (10454)
• Australia
21 Jan 09
yup, mine started with texting (and he, giving me the load, of course). It was for fun at the beginning, and now, well.....in a relationship (courtesy of friendster.com)
@modstar (9612)
• Philippines
21 Jan 09
Can i have his number so i can load my phone? Of course i'll pretend to be a girl. I love ladies!
• Philippines
21 Jan 09
LOL.. Yeah we are texting too. He's not that far anymore.Got him from wayn.com
@cybersoft01 (1287)
• India
21 Jan 09
Yes, I have fallen in love virtually about 6 years or so back. She was a girl from Palestine and we talked for hours. She wanted to marry me but it was not possible for her to come down to my country and I was not in a position to go there. Finally, I lost her. I don't have her whereabouts any more.
@modstar (9612)
• Philippines
21 Jan 09
We didn't chat with the same girl, did we? She wanted to marry me too but i have to wait until her visa has been approved. I lost her too and don't know her whereabouts. Your girl's name is not Ece?
@Theresaaiza (10454)
• Australia
22 Jan 09
ooh...such a spoiler
@Theresaaiza (10454)
• Australia
21 Jan 09
Not me, but I have talked to someone here at mylot who got obsessed with someone so deeply he was gonna marry her the moment they'd meet. The girl wasn't as transparent as he was and she denied him of the facts about herself, her address, her number, and all those times, the guy was so in love with his own idea of what she was like. The obsession lasted for 3 years and counting and I think it's really gone out of hand, feet, waist, shoulder....name it, you have it.Lol!
@modstar (9612)
• Philippines
21 Jan 09
Such a spoiler!
@Theresaaiza (10454)
• Australia
21 Jan 09
not exactly. to me it was a spoiler? did you say spoiler?
@Tiherina (83)
• United States
23 Jan 09
I personally have never done so, but a friend of mine has twice now. The first time, he moved here after talking with her online for a few years. Swapped pictures, talking on the phone all the time, the works. They were engaged for awhile, but then he started scoping out other girls, treating her like dirt, stuff like that. She wound up leaving him for..dun dun dun, another guy she met online. I've only met the guy once (he came for a visit with his father) and I hope he turns out to be a better match for her. But we'll have to see how he is once he moves. xD
• Philippines
23 Jan 09
Those kind of stuff we do personally and in the internet is kinda like the same. But I guess we would really never know the true personality of someone unless we get to meet them face-to-face. Goodluck to your friend.:)
• Philippines
22 Jan 09
Hi Pearlyjeane, May i know how do you defined virtually in-love? If I get you right, does it mean getting in-love to a person you haven't seen yet in person but have communicated only thru internet? Or to be in-loved to a person who doesn't really exist?
• Philippines
23 Jan 09
What I meant was falling in-love with someone you met in the internet. Falling in-love with someone who doesn't exist is even harder. I've tried that one though and its such a heartache.LOL.
@rsa101 (13336)
• Philippines
21 Jan 09
That must have been hard for you to feel that way. I never experienced that at all. When I learned how to surf I did have some chat mates before but it did not go through the phase that I am attracted with my chat mate. it was just for fun and friendship.
@Splatter (57)
• Australia
21 Jan 09
That is really, really sad and disgusting. Forget about stopping, just don't go there in the first place. You could be dating a pedophile for all you know.. Make real friends. Don't be an unconfident loner scared of making friends so you turn to the internet to get them.