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post #211 of 286
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Originally Posted by Johnny_5 View Post
Anyone care to make a post of highlights from this thread? I keep seeing peoples post about how this thread delivers but dont really have the time or energy to go reading all 20 pages.

20 pages? jfc. Fix your page prefs.
post #212 of 286
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Not sure if anyone has said anything important in the last couple pages, but I just read a post that asked for an update. It's only been a day, not much to update, but thus far nothing has happened. I would assume he's not going to do anything, just venting, but I'm always aware of my surroundings anyways.

In terms of the girl, I'm well aware anyone over 19 will respond with "herpderp love?!?! lolol gtfo" to a 19 year old saying he loves someone, but such is par for the course. I know that as far as my definition of love goes, I love this girl, and that's enough for me at this moment.

There's been quite a bit of hate for me throughout this thread, but I'm okay with reading what you all have to say, as many of you are much more experienced in life than myself. I'm well aware that common sense would dictate to a) not get involved with her (too late) or b) leave her now and move on (but I don't want to). The way I see it right now, I enjoy every second we spend together, and regardless of what may happen in the future, I am certainly not going to throw that away now.

Based on my OP and posts throughout the thread, it seems as though some of you assume that this relationship is stressing me out daily or having a negative effect on my life, but that is definitely not the case. I was simply asking for advice on what to do regarding the jealous ex-boyfriend who may or may not try to confront me. But that, in no way, means I don't enjoy every second of our relationship. She will be moving out within a week or two, and it's only uphill from there. We've both been through a lot of shit in our lives, and we connect so well that I am confident we can make it through whatever our respective lives throw at us.
post #213 of 286
I think I've said this before, but I'll repeat it. Yeah, from my (somewhat) older and more experienced perspective this seems silly and earnest. But heck, this guy is pretty awesome. First, for a 19 year old, he chooses his online forums with fine taste and discernment. Second, he is an eloquent writer. Third, the earnestness of his feelings is commendable and admirable. Fourth, I like the way he just took all the crap that was just thrown at him like a man. He didn't back down or even blush. He admitted that his perspective is naive, but "such is par for the course." Finally, he has some balls (for now, that is) braving out psycho bf and sticking to his guns and by his girl.

This guy has earned my respect.
post #214 of 286
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Thank you sir. I'm aware that many of my posts in this thread have probably come across as arrogant and know-it-all, but that is not what I intended. I've been studying, and browsing SF when procrastination rears it head, so most of my posts were typed hastily and without much forethought.

Anyways, after re-reading some of my posts I would like to say that I am not as arrogant as I, unfortunately, come across. I realize that this is not the ideal situation for any of the parties involved, but I also know how happy being with her makes me, and I know she feels the same way about me.

The way I see it, anything bad that could potentially happen (her leaving me out of nowhere, her going back to the ex, etc), will be chalked up as a learning experience and I will eventually get over it and move on with a bit more experience and wisdom under my belt. For the time being, however, I will continue to enjoy the time we spend together, and hope that things progress as we both plan.
post #215 of 286
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Originally Posted by sartorialism View Post
I think I've said this before, but I'll repeat it. Yeah, from my (somewhat) older and more experienced perspective this seems silly and earnest. But heck, this guy is pretty awesome. First, for a 19 year old, he chooses his online forums with fine taste and discernment. Second, he is an eloquent writer. Third, the earnestness of his feelings is commendable and admirable. Fourth, I like the way he just took all the crap that was just thrown at him like a man. He didn't back down or even blush. He admitted that his perspective is naive, but "such is par for the course." Finally, he has some balls (for now, that is) braving out psycho bf and sticking to his guns and by his girl.

This guy has earned my respect.

+1. Incman sounds like a good guy that is trying to do the right thing and has his head on pretty straight. Hope the girl gets to a better place soon and they have a nice future together.
post #216 of 286
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Originally Posted by Alter View Post
+1. Incman sounds like a good guy that is trying to do the right thing and has his head on pretty straight. Hope the girl gets to a better place soon and they have a nice future together.

Thanks for the good wishes . I'm doing the best I can, and I hope things turn out for the best.
post #217 of 286
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Originally Posted by Joenobody0 View Post
Just pray it's not living with a crazy ex-boyfriend that's going to come and slice your dick off.

I've heard there is a "slicer guy" near Toronto who has been luring unsuspecting youngsters to his apartment through his wifes butt wiggling. She plies them with drink and when they pass out, the husband goes to work with dismembering lower members. Heard they found at least a dozen penises frozen in the freezer. Police suspect there was more than one victim.
post #218 of 286
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Originally Posted by sartorialism View Post
I think I've said this before, but I'll repeat it. Yeah, from my (somewhat) older and more experienced perspective this seems silly and earnest. But heck, this guy is pretty awesome. First, for a 19 year old, he chooses his online forums with fine taste and discernment. Second, he is an eloquent writer. Third, the earnestness of his feelings is commendable and admirable. Fourth, I like the way he just took all the crap that was just thrown at him like a man. He didn't back down or even blush. He admitted that his perspective is naive, but "such is par for the course." Finally, he has some balls (for now, that is) braving out psycho bf and sticking to his guns and by his girl.

This guy has earned my respect.
+1 I'm going to have to agree with this. Incman, good luck.
post #219 of 286
Well this thread has gone down hill
post #220 of 286
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Originally Posted by Jodum5 View Post
Well this thread has gone down hill
Hahahahaha
post #221 of 286
Yeah, I wish there was an emoticon with the fonz jumping a shark
post #222 of 286
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Well this thread has gone down hill

Never knew it was ever on top of the hill!
post #223 of 286
Cant believe no one asked this yet.

Did she take your virginity?

I know she did. She must have.
post #224 of 286
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No, she didn't.
post #225 of 286
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Originally Posted by Incman View Post
No, she didn't.

You're 2 years younger than her, how did you two meet each one another? no homo
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