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25-01-2013, 01:54 PM
RE: Dating problems
(25-01-2013 01:06 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  
(25-01-2013 12:50 PM)Atothetheist Wrote:  Fuck you.
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GODDAMNIT JEREMY.

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05-06-2013, 11:59 PM (This post was last modified: 06-06-2013 12:07 AM by Ferdinand.)
RE: Dating problems
Serious Ferdy time.

I've been gone from the forum for a while. Geez. I think it's been since the middle or end of 2012 since I was actually active. But since I've been gone, I've experienced a lot of teenage relationship crap.

To skim over the past three guys I've dated, late 2011 I dated a guy named "B" until mid 2012 (10 months) who took my V and left me for another girl. Not cool at all. It messed me up for a while but shortly after my Junior year began that September, I was far from over it.

As time went on, I talked too a couple guys. One guy was cool, but he talked about himself too often. Another had the same likes as me, but he was an on-and-off butthole. A third tried talking to me but one of my best friends had a crush on him at one point and I didn't want to disappoint her (Keep this guy in mind.) There were also these two guys that were friends who tried to both dating me, but I walked away from that because I refuse to get in between a friendship.

Around October, I dated a guy named "T." All we had in common was music, making food, and making out. I think we made out more than we made conversation. Broke up because we didn't have a lot in common. Completely understandable. No big deal.

After "T." I dated the guy I friendzoned because my friend had a crush on him earlier that summer. His name was "C." and boy is this a fun roller coaster. We started dating in December, and things were awesome. January passed by and things were still cool. End of January I take his V because he claimed he was ready and really wanted to lose it to me. February comes along and this other girl "S" hops into the picture, but he promises me that they're just friends. March pops up and he dumps me 5 days after my birthday (and 2 days after I ask him to prom and he accepts.) His reason was that he wasn't ready to have sex. He had three morals. To not drink, to not do drugs, and to save himself. He'd already messed up the first two, and he felt like he regretted losing his V to me. He told me he loved me, but he wasn't in love with me, and he didn't want to "promise me a fairytale." We were pretending to be adults when we were only 17. I was really upset. Throughout the month of March, we continuously talked, attempting to work things out so we could get back together. We avoided the rumors, but my friends warned me that getting back together with him was a bad idea. The day of prom, April 14, he didn't go with me. That night he asked me back out, and soon after he told me that he lied to me about the girl "S" and told me that within a week of us breaking up, he lead her on and made out with her (probably more than that, but he wouldn't tell me.) I was upset and angry at him, but there was nothing I could do about it because he was in fact single at that time. I was dumb to let it slide by. When we started dating again, things were great. But instead of taking everything slower and more carefully, he did the complete opposite. We started arguing a lot more, and broke up because of it. Two days after we broke up, he goes on a date with a girl named "M." When I asked him about it, he told me they were only going as friends. A couple of days later, "M"s best friend calls me and tells me that it was a date. Outraged, I call him and call him a compulsive liar, because I felt like that's what he deserved. He defends himself by saying they went as friends and nothing happened, but that he didn't want to talk to me because of what I called him. I spent two days in depression because I wasn't ready to let go. I poured my entire heart out into an apology, and once he forgave me, he told me he had lied again and that he and "M" did things on their date.

Since March, I have cut and starved myself, simply to find an outing. And needless to say, the outings aren't successful at all. I've never felt more like shit to a person, and in the end, I blocked him from all social networking and deleted his number. This recent Monday, he called me 21 times, blew up my phone with text messages, and even got his friends to text and call me. Tuesday he continues to text me and calls me 14 times. Then he shows up at my house. He doesn't understand that I need time and space, because he's done nothing but break me in half. I thought he was different. But he turned out to be everything I'd hate in the end.

I don't regret this. But I think it was waste of my time. Drinking Beverage

(12-11-2011 08:01 AM)houseofcantor Wrote:  "Love is merely chemistry" is a deception. We are merely chemistry. Love makes us master chemists.
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06-06-2013, 12:13 AM
RE: Dating problems
(05-06-2013 11:59 PM)Ferdinand Wrote:  Serious Ferdy time.

I've been gone from the forum for a while. Geez. I think it's been since the middle or end of 2012 since I was actually active. But since I've been gone, I've experienced a lot of teenage relationship crap.

To skim over the past three guys I've dated, late 2011 I dated a guy named "B" until mid 2012 (10 months) who took my V and left me for another girl. Not cool at all. It messed me up for a while but shortly after my Junior year began that September, I was far from over it.

As time went on, I talked too a couple guys. One guy was cool, but he talked about himself too often. Another had the same likes as me, but he was an on-and-off butthole. A third tried talking to me but one of my best friends had a crush on him at one point and I didn't want to disappoint her (Keep this guy in mind.) There were also these two guys that were friends who tried to both dating me, but I walked away from that because I refuse to get in between a friendship.

Around October, I dated a guy named "T." All we had in common was music, making food, and making out. I think we made out more than we made conversation. Broke up because we didn't have a lot in common. Completely understandable. No big deal.

After "T." I dated the guy I friendzoned because my friend had a crush on him earlier that summer. His name was "C." and boy is this a fun roller coaster. We started dating in December, and things were awesome. January passed by and things were still cool. End of January I take his V because he claimed he was ready and really wanted to lose it to me. February comes along and this other girl "S" hops into the picture, but he promises me that they're just friends. March pops up and he dumps me 5 days after my birthday (and 2 days after I ask him to prom and he accepts.) His reason was that he wasn't ready to have sex. He had three morals. To not drink, to not do drugs, and to save himself. He'd already messed up the first two, and he felt like he regretted losing his V to me. He told me he loved me, but he wasn't in love with me, and he didn't want to "promise me a fairytale." We were pretending to be adults when we were only 17. I was really upset. Throughout the month of March, we continuously talked, attempting to work things out so we could get back together. We avoided the rumors, but my friends warned me that getting back together with him was a bad idea. The day of prom, April 14, he didn't go with me. That night he asked me back out, and soon after he told me that he lied to me about the girl "S" and told me that within a week of us breaking up, he lead her on and made out with her (probably more than that, but he wouldn't tell me.) I was upset and angry at him, but there was nothing I could do about it because he was in fact single at that time. I was dumb to let it slide by. When we started dating again, things were great. But instead of taking everything slower and more carefully, he did the complete opposite. We started arguing a lot more, and broke up because of it. Two days after we broke up, he goes on a date with a girl named "M." When I asked him about it, he told me they were only going as friends. A couple of days later, "M"s best friend calls me and tells me that it was a date. Outraged, I call him and call him a compulsive liar, because I felt like that's what he deserved. He defends himself by saying they went as friends and nothing happened, but that he didn't want to talk to me because of what I called him. I spent two days in depression because I wasn't ready to let go. I poured my entire heart out into an apology, and once he forgave me, he told me he had lied again and that he and "M" did things on their date.

Since March, I have cut and starved myself, simply to find an outing. And needless to say, the outings aren't successful at all. I've never felt more like shit to a person, and in the end, I blocked him from all social networking and deleted his number. This recent Monday, he called me 21 times, blew up my phone with text messages, and even got his friends to text and call me. Tuesday he continues to text me and calls me 14 times. Then he shows up at my house. He doesn't understand that I need time and space, because he's done nothing but break me in half. I thought he was different. But he turned out to be everything I'd hate in the end.

I don't regret this. But I think it was waste of my time. Drinking Beverage

I'm so sorry. You don't deserve this.

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06-06-2013, 12:16 AM
RE: Dating problems
(06-06-2013 12:13 AM)Atothetheist Wrote:  I'm so sorry. You don't deserve this.

Thank you, Attie. A lot.

(12-11-2011 08:01 AM)houseofcantor Wrote:  "Love is merely chemistry" is a deception. We are merely chemistry. Love makes us master chemists.
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06-06-2013, 12:36 AM
RE: Dating problems
(06-06-2013 12:16 AM)Ferdinand Wrote:  
(06-06-2013 12:13 AM)Atothetheist Wrote:  I'm so sorry. You don't deserve this.

Thank you, Attie. A lot.

I really mean it. I mean, Jesus...

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06-06-2013, 02:33 AM
RE: Dating problems
Ha! Silly mortals and your love...
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06-06-2013, 03:11 AM
RE: Dating problems
Still haven't lost my virginity yet. I don't plan on it anytime soon.

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06-06-2013, 03:56 AM
RE: Dating problems
(06-06-2013 03:11 AM)Atothetheist Wrote:  Still haven't lost my virginity yet. I don't plan on it anytime soon.

Same here, brother. Porn is enough for me. Besides, want to get in bed with a fat annoying atheist like myself. Meh, the majority just gets fucked and sqiurts all your secrets all over Facefuck. Sex, and "love" is overrated.
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06-06-2013, 05:34 AM
RE: Dating problems
(06-06-2013 03:56 AM)ELK12695 Wrote:  Same here, brother. Porn is enough for me. Besides, want to get in bed with a fat annoying atheist like myself. Meh, the majority just gets fucked and sqiurts all your secrets all over Facefuck. Sex, and "love" is overrated.

Spoken like someone who has never had either. I don't mean to be rude in saying that, I really don't, but that's exactly what it sounds like. It's either that, or you're extremely jaded from some bad experience when you were a teenager. Love changes your perceptions of everything, and in my opinion either good or bad it's something everyone should experience.

For Ferdinand, you're much too young to be taking relationships that seriously, dear. Now's the time where you date as much as you can, experience as much as you can, and figure out what to be on the lookout for when you're ready to settle down (if you choose to). I don't miss High School one damn bit, it's nothing but drama and short sighted living, since it's all you know. Once you're out, you're free in so many ways. Don't tie yourself down to a part of that life. Experience what your life right now has to offer, which is so much more than any one guy can give. Have fun while you can!

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06-06-2013, 06:46 AM
RE: Dating problems
You guys are all just adding evidence to my perceptions that relationships and dating are way too complicated and pointless to be worth the effort.

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