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post #16 of 20
Lol
post #17 of 20
Dude, that's not long distance dating. That's dating. 30 minutes? Come on. You can see each other every weekend.

My wife and I dated long distance for five years. Not fun, but better than breaking up with someone special, and it was worth it in the end.
post #18 of 20
Heh, I agree with Oddly familiar in that 30minutes does constitute a long-distance relationship. For me, anyone that's not downtown is LD and I'm loathe to get involved with!
post #19 of 20
And all the while I like this chick in Bs As (which my current girlfriend does not know about)...god, that's never going to work out.

Jon.
post #20 of 20
As far as I can tell, long distance relationships only work if you've got something really good to look forward to.

I could tell you that bickering this early on probably isn't a good sign, but you wouldn't listen anyway. So I'm going to play counterpoint to these guys and tell you that sometimes the couples that fight the most are the most passionate . . . or is that just in the movies?

Either way, I like your attitude. Have fun. Coming from someone who crossed the Atlantic on an almost monthly stretch for a year, 30 mins is cake.

Sara
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