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In today's world: Relationship = a girl with whom I'd sleep with more than once.
So u r sayong ur dating her and u like her and get to do the things u like
I have a cynical view of relationships, let me tell you that clearly. I simply don't believe people are good, in general. I think most people are selfish and unfit for relationships. So because I feel that way, I don't have traditional relationships. I simply keep a girl around to fuck, and I'll chat with her too and be amiable, but I'm not looking for or expecting love. All I want is someone to fuck and talk to here and there.
Ok would u do romantic things... So then ur view is another word for fuck buddy... ?
Yeah, I might do romantic things here or there. Because it can be fun. I'm not heartless. But I neither look for or expect love, and I would be skeptical of a woman who claimed she felt that way -- and even if I believed she did love me, I'm not sure a relationship would be best.If you want to call it fuck buddies, go ahead. I don't have a label for it, and I'm not worried about finding one either.
Ok ur explanation is quite interesting to me bc i think my so called boyfriend is doing the same but he says im his girlfriend.. Wen he introduces me to people but... He does not like labelling.. Why dont u like labelling... Ur quite unique
I think labels are violent. They can degrade, establish control, segregate, etc. (I'm not talking just about relationships--labels in general, I mean).If we're enjoying each other's company, does the nature of our relationship change if it's called an X rather than a Y? Yes and no. With no label, it simply continues to be as it is (ie, the nature of the relationship is the nature of the relationship). Labels start placing *expectations* on the other person (and expectations aren't interested in what IS, but instead, what the other persons wishes MIGHT BE). That strikes me as rather odd and foolish.If you're happy with a relationship, why start placing expectations on the other person? It's one thing to talk to each other and decide what you mutually want, but if you call each other "girlfriend/boyfriend" without defining those things together for yourself, then it's society's version that subconsciously takes over--and it may not be what is good for the two of you.
Ok understandable... Would u like this woman ur in a relationship with... Would u intro her as ur girlfriend to public or friends.. Take her double dating... Would it possible for u to call her more than friends and if so.. What brings those limitations?
If I thought she was a decent girl, yeah, I'd do those things. If she's a part of my life and I see her being around for a bit, no reason not to. That doesn't mean I'm going to marry her--it also doesn't mean that I won't marry her. She's just someone who's a part of my life, so why not involve her?Would I call her more than friends? No... remember, I don't do the label thing.What would make me not keep her around? Is that what you mean by limitations? Character, pretty simply. If she's a girl that I only view sexually and nothing more, then I'm not introducing her to people--they don't need to meet everyone I fuck. If she's someone I would keep around, sex or no sex, then I'll introduce her to people, and that is entirely dependent upon who she is as a person.
Wow i like ur view n i hope u dont mind me asking u these things.. Ok... So once u r involved with this girl u mentioned u may or not marry her... How long would it take for u to decide.. Say its been nine months.. U have great sex.. Conversations.. Bondinv etc... For u to fall hard for this girl... N what would make u intrigued about her sexually n her as a person? ...
I call her both my girl and girlfriend.
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