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Why that #?
First few months, people are still on their best behavior, not really being themselves. Three or four months, they start relaxing, letting their guard down, not filtering what they say, and being themselves. I think you need at least a few month of that behavior before you start getting an idea what this person would be like as a long-term partner.
Beautiful response then
Go to beach for me sir!
I may do that very soon!
To be technical, you really can't love somebody until you completely know them.
@Interstate "To be technical, you really can't love somebody until you completely know them." I don't know where you came up with this idea, but when is it that you "completely" know someone?Actually, to be "technical," you never know someone completely. So does that mean you can never love anyone?
To OlderandWiser: YOU HAVE TO KNOW SOMEBODY TO LOVE THEM... it means just that. Otherwise all you love about them is their appearance.
@Interstate Of course loves mean more than just a physical attraction; any idiot knows that! You sad you must know someone COMPLETELY to love them. Are you now retracting the word "completely" from your answer?
The idea of the experts advising people to wait 3+ years before getting married after becoming official is so each can learn about the other as much as humanly possible. Take my Parents, for example... they knew EVERYTHING about each other by the time they got married. No skeletons or hidden dirty laundry. But don't get me wrong, OlderAndWiser. I understand why you're saying what you are. People nowadays go to great lengths to hide this and that from the other so they don't find out about anything incriminating. That is why nobody knows EVERYTHING about the other.
@Interstate "they knew EVERYTHING about each other by the time they got married." That is obvious hyperbole and not fact.
OlderandWiser... Unless you know my Parents, you are in no position to say what is true and what isn't. They DID know everything about each other. She even knew all details about his previous marriage.
@Interstate So after they got married, they were together for years and years and they didn't learn even one more thing about each other?
The danger as I see it when people fall for someone else too quickly is that they might be falling in love with someone that doesn't actually exist.
I think they still love someone in a sense when they do, but it's more a figment of their imagination than the person beside them.
I been looking for you I SAW UPCHURCH IN CONCERT wensday.. and dude...👍🎉🥃
I’m not hard to find! We follow one another :p Bad assed!
It was spur of moment thing but a lot of fun
I thought of you
Best time... spur of the moment! ... and where’s my hoodie!!! :D
... and as you thought of me you thought, “Haha! Sucker! You aren’t here!”... I was probably at work or at Kaiser... my world these days. But seriously, where’s my hoodie? :p ;)
you are ahead of the curve
I am saying if he gets a boner... he will tell you he loves you
Dang if I've not in a year I'm not
Yes it can test anyone’s patience
You waited a year or more?
I haven't been in real true love before so i can't say. 😔
It's not that great
Yes so I've heard from a few people. But people still go after it
Guess just depends on who it is
yeah. some just make you feel it stronger than others
Some are more open sooner too
I definitely would have to see him at least first ❤️🤣
I would think so
I've heard of people meeting after talking years and couldn't interact in person. So I'd imagine it would be good to see that first before diving in
Yes, that happens. But still...
I agree then seeing the real him a year later🙄