by the way... I chose 1 hour driving time.
Were you online dating this chicks?
Has your relationship always been long distance?
No. During the summer he lives in my hometown. We started dating in October of 2011. In August 2012, I moved away to school so we were long distance for the school years. In 2014 he moved away for school and then we were even longer distance. And... now here we are lol
Thanks. And congratulations.
yeah I worded the question odd
As far as who foots the bill, for me it depends on the situation and on who can afford it. If we'll both be trading off visiting each other, then we'll typically each pay our own way when it's our turn to travel. If we're planning one big trip, then sometimes we'll split the cost even if only one of us is traveling- unless only one of us can afford the expenses, in which case that person will pay. That has usually been me.
I've paid for lots of tickets for my boyfriend to come visit me, even though he was the one traveling, because I could afford it more easily.
I think that's often the case. But if you've really found the right person, and you have an end date for when the relationship will no longer be long distance (this is important) then it can be more than worth it. I agree though that a lot of LDRs are pointless, especially when people start one before they're even serious enough to know whether or not it will be worth it.
@samhradh_leannan Yeah I could do it temporarily... like if for some reason my boyfriend or myself had to work far away for a determined amount of time when there is a definite end point or an agreement that if the situation doesn't change one of us will move to be with the other. But I would never bother starting dating someone long distance, and I wouldn't bother making a fling long distance was isn't already a very serious relationship. For example, I used to spend my summers in university living in a city on the other side of the country from where I was going to school. Both summers I started dating someone in that city and when it came time to head back to school broke up, remained friends and agreed if we happen to both be single when I'm back we will pick up where we left off. Both times I was clear from the beginning that I would not do a long distance relationship and that it was thus time limited.
*that wasn't already very serious
That makes sense. If I wasn't already committed when the distance started and we didn't have a plan for when we'd eventually be together, I wouldn't do it either.
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BUT I voted 6+ hours. If the person was awesome enough then one of us could eventually move closer.
I know but I just wanted to know how far people were willing to travel
And yeah whoever is traveling to the other person can pay the travel costs, but it shouldn't always be one person traveling.
Who lives in London?
Are you under house arrest or something? Lol
LOLLLNo but he would be once he's here 🙄
hahaha lucky guy
Haha why lmao
you have him their right now don't you?😮
He's always in my heart 😉
*gasp* you killed him?
I would like to split. But if I can stay at his place then I wouldn't worry about it.
Get over here :P
@Toad-1 toto 😑😠
I ain't got the money to go there :P
Lol Mooky can live on mars and I can live on the moon and I would still chase her
I'd pay for it myself probably.