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post #151 of 161
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Luckily for you, you won't have a thread on SF that comes back every year to remind you of the stupid shit you did when you were younger.

Pro tip: don't post relationship threads on SF unless you're a masochist.
post #152 of 161
read all 11 pages of this and Its a huge flashback to all of last year.

Went to vegas for my 21st birthday last year. The night of my birthday I met up with this gorgous 30 year old I had been planning on meeting (met on a message board like this one, turns out we were gonna be in vegas at the same time, long story). She put me on her guest list at Tryst and showed me an amazing time for my 21st that ended in a goodnight kiss at her hotel.
We texted and called back and forth for about a month, falling more in lust everyday. So I decided to fly out and see her (i live in texas, she lives in L.A.). We have an amazing weekend together at her place. Romantic dinners, stay in movie night, meeting all her friends, the whole nine..
This happened afew more times over the next 4 months (even went to vegas for new years together, and she told me it was the best one she'd ever had in her life) then out of no where it just all stopped. We werent talking as much, I started seeing someone here in town, it just ended.
We ended up meeting back in Vegas afew months later after my "relationship" with the local girl ended. She invited me out there out of no where.
" I have a room for us, get your ass on a plane and come see me". I get there and everything is different. Long story short a day later i get there shes making out with some roided out douche by the pool infront of me. So left, packed my shit, changed my flight, and went home a day early. Havent heard from her ever again.
After reading this thread I realized I made the exact same mistakes everyone in here mentioned. I took it as an amazing experience and I can say Im a MUCH wiser person for it. I still thought about her this new years though...
post #153 of 161
Any more GQgeek failures? I rather enjoyed reading this thread.
post #154 of 161
This thread is pretty good, but has nothing on this generic relationship thread I read over on a video game message board. Thing is 3000 pages long, and full of hilarious video gamer relationship failure.
post #155 of 161
yep good read actually.....Started out the new year hi as a kite and by the end of the month ...boom.... i particularly liked the women are monkeys analogy - never let go of one branch until they have a hold of another...ha ha.. what a game.
post #156 of 161
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Originally Posted by vanity View Post

If a woman is seeing someone and you come along and you're NOT banging her, something is wrong here. Women cheat on their boyfriends by having sex. If they're going out to dinners, it's with friends. I've never seen this situation ever played out. This is getting weird.

I agree.
post #157 of 161
What is it with the necrobumps all of a sudden?
post #158 of 161
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

What is it with the necrobumps all of a sudden?

I'm pretty sure the doggy bag episode is in here but couldn't find it.

Anyway, some of these old threads are classics.
post #159 of 161

I read the first post, was about to say "good for you", then saw it's from '07 and skipped to the last page. Now I know it was a disaster. Any bullet points? 

post #160 of 161
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post

Luckily for you, you won't have a thread on SF that comes back every year to remind you of the stupid shit you did when you were younger.


Pro tip: don't post relationship threads on SF unless you're a masochist.
6 years later .. and this thread is back again.

Man .. ya, don't start relationship threads .. at least before the happy ending.
post #161 of 161
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