how do I proceed from facebook to real life 2
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Original Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Hi, it's me again. I've been maintaining my facebook correspondence with the girl I'm in love with, and I am meeting her in just a few days. I can't wait, because not a moment passes when I don't dream of her. I've concluded that she is definitely everything I am looking for in a girl. intelligent, beautiful, humorous but also serious, hardworking, ambitious, moral, lively, and not at all into drugs, alcohol or partying. Her birthday is coming up in October, and I was thinking of what I should get her. Since it's her first birthday when I can get her something, should I just give her a card or something more, like a book, chocolate, or something else? Fortunately, my school has planned out entire months of activities for freshmen to get them used to college, and I hope to use these opportunities to bond with her and get aquainted with her, then tell her how I feel. What should the exact words I use be? I'm trying to come up with something more elegant and substantial than "I cherish our friendship, but I am developing feelings for you, and I was wondering if you would like to start going out as a couple." Do you have any suggestions?
Another question that came to my mind was gossip. Supposing we do become a couple, the last thing I want is to become a subject of gossip among the student body. I think this may be likely because of our different races (i am of Asian descent, and she is white). Is gossip an inevitable byproduct of any relationship, or can it be avoided? What are some ways to deal with gossip? Thanks for all your help.
User Submitted Advice from a 21-30 year old Male
hey guys, just thought i'd drop my real life experience in this too.. me and my girlfriend met through facebook too and next month we celebrate our first year anniversary together(dating ofcourse =D) it has being wonderful and if someone tells me that meeting your life partner via facebook of through or through any social site cannot happen ive prooved it wrong and if someone too is really looking forward to a relationship to start and build up on fb or any other social site wish you all best of luck..
wishing you all the very best ..
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