- Apr 21, 2010
I'm getting married in a week.
(P.S That's a yes)
(P.S That's a yes)
Marriage.TheKruzdawg said:Basically same thing for me, except it was about 3 months ago.iseko said:Broke up a month ago after 3 and a half years
Kind of seeing this girl right now, although we haven't had The Talk about being exclusive yet, so I don't think I'd qualify it as a relationship yet. Not really f*** buddies either; more like hang-out-a-lot-late-at-night-and-occasionally-make-out-and-watch-movies-together. Whatever you call that.
I love you, every time a relationship thread comes about you answer the question for me. Kudos on not being as hostile as you once were about it towards the happy coupled up people though.RAKtheUndead said:Yet another person attempting to make me feel guilty for not having entered a relationship, and having absolutely no ability to do so because of my poor appearance and horrible personality? It seems so!
No. I'm not and never have been in a relationship. Because of certain facets of my personality, no woman will ever be sufficiently attracted to me to ever enter into a relationship with me. In case you're wondering, yes, I am extremely bitter about this, particularly as I have nothing else in my pathetic life to look forward to.
Well, there are definitely people I've met here that share my tastes in metal and classic rock, but they're basically all guys, with a couple (already taken) girls in the mix. The rest of the girls just really listen to pop and rap, which I don't really care for.Burs said:Sir_Auron_the_Badass said:I hear ya man... The middle of Kansas doesn't really offer anything in the way of geeky/nerdy culture. The only thing this area has is ONE, count it, ONE anime convention a year, and it's held in a relatively small hotel, so that gives you the idea of how many people they expect will come (it also happens to be during summer finals week, fml). My college is worse, given that the male-to-female ratio is about 5:1, while very few of those actually have (or at least show) geeky/nerdy interests, and that there are absolutely no clubs devoted to my kind of demographic. It seems nearly everything is going against me to find a relationship with someone that actually shares at least a bit of the interests I have.
So No-one in your uni likes the same music/art/movies hell a LOT of students are closet geeks in their own way via movies everyone has nerdy tendencies if anything you could try your hand at other interests/booze (booze can help with the interests :3) but also people are more alike then they realise everywhere.