Most Helpful Guy
There's nothing wrong with you. That used to be quite normal. People stayed put and married people they had grown up with. But I met my wife on match. com, because I was older and didn't have a large circle of friends. I did a lot of online dating, meeting relative strangers until I met her. It never bothered me. Every woman I met was nice, but with most there was only one date.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I had a friend in college who played computer games with a few guys he met online (through WoW and L2). They had met up once I think for a LAN. One day my friend somehow convinced me to try League of Legends and I actually really enjoyed it. Started learning how to play and was invited to play with his friends online.
There was one guy I instantly thought was hilarious, but he had a girlfriend so I didn't really speak to him that much. We just played together. About a year or so went by, I ended up trying out new games with them and got to know them all a bit better. Him and his girlfriend ended up breaking up.
About 6 months after that the group was kind of falling apart a little bit. Everyone was busy with university and getting jobs, there was only a couple of us who still spoke everyday. But me and him were always "night owls" and would end up staying up later than everyone else. This is when we started getting really close, sharing music at first and talking about memories whilst we played games. We would often find ourselves saying "ok time for bed" at about 3am, then next minute it would 7am and we would still be laughing and talking. I started to like him and had a feeling he felt the same way. We just clicked so well and I had never had so much fun with someone.
Another 2 years went by and we finally both confessed we had fallen for each other and had feelings for the last 2 years. I don't know why we didn't say earlier on, I guess we both just felt like it was a one way thing and didn't want to risk ruining a great friendship. We met up in person for the first time and instantly connected. It wasn't awkward or weird, it was practically perfect and just felt "right". He asked me out pretty much straight afterwards and likes to tell everyone it was the longest courting of his life.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE