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26-10-2015, 06:51 PM
RE: Less than two weeks...
We, of course, will need to see Rev's first pair of cowboy boots...with a cowboy hat and big belt buckle we will award extra points. Smile

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26-10-2015, 07:06 PM
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(26-10-2015 06:49 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  
(26-10-2015 04:52 PM)Nishi Karano Kaze Wrote:  It seems he is chained to the kitchen. (where he belong?)

I would like to see proof of life that Rev is not an ingredient in the kitchen.




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26-10-2015, 07:22 PM
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27-10-2015, 04:27 AM
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(26-10-2015 06:29 PM)BnW Wrote:  ...
I hope you and Rev are happy forever
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So... more than two weeks?

Big Grin

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27-10-2015, 06:31 AM
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(26-10-2015 03:54 PM)jennybee Wrote:  
(26-10-2015 03:47 PM)Escape Artist Wrote:  Well, my mom knows about Rev now. Apparently my ex-husband called her up and told her about the situation (he has known about Rev for a while now) just like he "tattled" to my mom when I deconverted - when I told him about my atheism in private and expected him to respect my privacy. Dodgy

Anyway, she is not happy. Said it is dangerous to bring a stranger into my home that I've only "talked to on Facebook" and don't know anything about, said my dad would be upset with me if he were here, warned me not to bring Rev to meet her or my brother (especially my brother) for reasons she can't say. If that was some kind of threat or like my brother might do something (which, he is a paranoid gun nut, so maybe he would, who fucking knows - they are all nuts) if Rev did meet them.

I just... I told her I was not surprised she was upset about it. Knew that would be her reaction which is why I kept my mouth shut about it. I didn't even bother trying to defend Rev to her. There is no point. She said that "this sounds like [insert my ex's name here] all over again".

On the one hand I am aloof about it. The first e-mail she sent to me just said that if I ever feel worried about my new guy to let her know and she'd try to help. Sounded all reasonable and shit, so I wrote back and said they could meet him Wednesday and we could plan a get-together then, so the next e-mail I get is the "I'm going to use your dead father to try and make you feel guilty" e-mail.

Ready to go home to Rev now. Thanks, mom. I can always count on you to be disappointed in me. Once the kids are grown and on their own, Rev and I can maybe move far away and I will cut off with my mom completely. It is just the end of the line with this stuff.

Maybe she just needs some time to process everything? My mom would probably have reacted the same way. But I think with time and after she gets a chance to meet Rev, I'm sure she'll be able to see that you are happy and that he treats you the way you should be treated.

After they meet, it'll become obvious revs is the leftist, communist, socialist, atheist baby eating serial killer she's suspecting him to be Big Grin

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It's too damn "peopley" out there....
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27-10-2015, 06:39 AM (This post was last modified: 27-10-2015 06:50 AM by Lightvader.)
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(26-10-2015 03:47 PM)Escape Artist Wrote:  Well, my mom knows about Rev now. Apparently my ex-husband called her up and told her about the situation (he has known about Rev for a while now) just like he "tattled" to my mom when I deconverted - when I told him about my atheism in private and expected him to respect my privacy. Dodgy

Anyway, she is not happy. Said it is dangerous to bring a stranger into my home that I've only "talked to on Facebook" and don't know anything about, said my dad would be upset with me if he were here, warned me not to bring Rev to meet her or my brother (especially my brother) for reasons she can't say. If that was some kind of threat or like my brother might do something (which, he is a paranoid gun nut, so maybe he would, who fucking knows - they are all nuts) if Rev did meet them.

I just... I told her I was not surprised she was upset about it. Knew that would be her reaction which is why I kept my mouth shut about it. I didn't even bother trying to defend Rev to her. There is no point. She said that "this sounds like [insert my ex's name here] all over again".

On the one hand I am aloof about it. The first e-mail she sent to me just said that if I ever feel worried about my new guy to let her know and she'd try to help. Sounded all reasonable and shit, so I wrote back and said they could meet him Wednesday and we could plan a get-together then, so the next e-mail I get is the "I'm going to use your dead father to try and make you feel guilty" e-mail.

Ready to go home to Rev now. Thanks, mom. I can always count on you to be disappointed in me. Once the kids are grown and on their own, Rev and I can maybe move far away and I will cut off with my mom completely. It is just the end of the line with this stuff.
Well, she's not that wrong, but she could've delivered the message a whole lot better.
I mean, look at it from her perspective.
You and kids moved in with a guy she didn't even know existed up to that point, that you haven't even met irl.
If I had a daughter, I would seriously freak out if she did that.
I would never move in with someone who've I only met on the internet, I would've at least met with her irl a few times, stayed with her/let her stay in a few weekends and stuff so we both can get used to each other before we would make such a major step.
But then again, you live states apart, and probably had lots of reasons why that couldn't happen, soooo....
I hope you guys make each other really happy.
And your ex sounds like a dick

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It's too damn "peopley" out there....
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27-10-2015, 06:57 AM
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I met a guy for 10 minutes at a computer swap some 33 years ago, and proceeded to talk with him via the internet - which at that time barely existed, there were "bulletin boards" which were private computers in homes running message board software. You could call in by putting your phone in a cradle and chat by typing, paying a per minute phone bill. We ended up talking and talking and talking until the phone bills became so ridiculous that he packed up his two dogs and moved in with me.

We got married til death did us part. Never regretted it for a moment. Yes, it can be dangerous meeting people over the internet, but it's done successfully all the time, too. And it's not as new as you might think. Big Grin

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27-10-2015, 07:19 AM
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(27-10-2015 06:57 AM)Dom Wrote:  I met a guy for 10 minutes at a computer swap some 33 years ago, and proceeded to talk with him via the internet - which at that time barely existed, there were "bulletin boards" which were private computers in homes running message board software. You could call in by putting your phone in a cradle and chat by typing, paying a per minute phone bill. We ended up talking and talking and talking until the phone bills became so ridiculous that he packed up his two dogs and moved in with me.

We got married til death did us part. Never regretted it for a moment. Yes, it can be dangerous meeting people over the internet, but it's done successfully all the time, too. And it's not as new as you might think. Big Grin

i know it's not new, i just would freak out if my kid did it. and i would probably never take suck a risk myself. maybe im just a pansy, but then i cant help it

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It's too damn "peopley" out there....
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27-10-2015, 07:36 AM
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It's probably statistically unlikely for internet romances to work.

But, fortunately for those involved -- statistics don't apply to individuals.

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If it works for you, it works..

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27-10-2015, 07:43 AM (This post was last modified: 27-10-2015 07:50 AM by Hobbitgirl.)
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Seems to have worked out for me. You get to know the person in a different way. It's nice.
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