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Is a relationship doomed after "moving out"?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Eason, Aug 5, 2009.

  1. btlaxripper

    btlaxripper Senior member

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    She's perfect except we don't seem to ever have any long deep conversations, that was kind of the issue. My mind is always going, and inside her mind, I think there's just like a song that goes "meow meow meow meow meow meow" while she clogs up my drain with rice or something.

    She moved out, sounds purely physical relationship even though you try to connect with her on a deeper level, and she sounds like she is too dumb to be intellectual enough for you.

    And yes, it's doomed, accept it.
     
  2. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    I think you can take down the pimp-hand alert level now. Maybe one or four notches.
     
  3. Douglas

    Douglas Senior member

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    hey eason remember 6 months ago when you made all those posts about you you knew you wanted to marry your previous gf, and then when you broke up, how you knew you'd spent the rest of your life with your current gf?

    maybe you need to chllax


    There is more truth in this single post than in the accumulated total of all of Teger's other SF poasts.
     
  4. gamelan

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    not sure why you'd want to move in together in the first place.

    -Jeff
     
  5. Fuuma

    Fuuma Senior member

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    I think you can take down the pimp-hand alert level now. Maybe one or four notches.

    I think the pimp hand broke it's wrist.
     
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    I think the pimp hand broke it's wrist.

    My second LOL in this threak. [​IMG]
     
  7. Teger

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    seriously someone needs to link to eason's 3 other threads discussing how he believes in love at first site, how he wants to marry his current gf after only a few weeks etc etc etc
     
  8. montecristo#4

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    The live-in GF of 6 months has decided it's best if she gives me some space and moves out of the apartment, so we can both have independent social lives. In my experience, that's pretty much a death sentence to the relationship- I don't know when we'd see each other except maybe 30 minutes at lunch if we didn't live together. Thoughts?

    P.S. and obviously, if there's hardly any sex after moving out, then I just might as well break up with her.


    FWIW (and I haven't read the threak, so I have no other info besides your OP), my wife and I went through one failed attempt at living together before (a couple years later) finally getting married and trying again. Seems to be working out so far.... So while I wouldn't say it's a good sign she is moving out, there may be some hope.
     
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    "Meet me in Montauk."

    Hell, I'm already starting to cry.



    Maybe you'll, enjoy crying some, more :

     
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    She's perfect except we don't seem to ever have any long deep conversations, that was kind of the issue. My mind is always going, and inside her mind, I think there's just like a song that goes "meow meow meow meow meow meow" while she clogs up my drain with rice or something.

    this is bad. i cannot live with a person like that. i need that deepness thing where you both can explore dark sides of life .
     
  14. Mr T

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    The one thing all of your failed relationships have in common is you.
     
  15. Eason

    Eason Senior member

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    hey eason remember 6 months ago when you made all those posts about you you knew you wanted to marry your previous gf, and then when you broke up, how you knew you'd spent the rest of your life with your current gf? maybe you need to chllax
    I still think she's pretty perfect, and definitely of all the girls I've dated, she's the best. Anyway, we'll see how the new plan works out, if things get better, great, if they don't, then it's not meant to be.
     
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    not sure why you'd want to move in together in the first place.

    -Jeff


    +1. Don't move in with a girl unless you've put a ring on her finger, or you will in a week.
     
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    alliswell Senior member

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    Here's the plan, speaking as a married man with a mortgage and a kid and no life.

    1. Dump this girl.
    2. Think of the most awesome thing you could do.
    3. Do it.
    4. Ignore the girls you meet along the way.
    5. Repeat 2-4 until some girl stops you dead in your tracks and your only possible response is to say 'You're awesome. I'm awesome too. Let's be awesome together.'

    This may take a while, and you may think you're lonely, but you'll always have the reassurance that what you did with your life while you were not in a relationship was awesome. Rather than just having the memory of dogging short blonde girls in bars in every city in the country.
     
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    Did we mention - CHANGE THE LOCKS ?
     

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