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shathon

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pipertuffy

Lol. So true

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atothec

Has anyone here ever experienced waiting for someone to be ready for a relationship? I want to ask if there was anything your friends could have said that would make you want to move on without hurting your feelings

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bukkkukningoa

I always stumble upon some that pretend and lie they are for commitment and later just dissappear. Or ones that don't want a relationship but expect you to not see anyone else. After I leart my lesson I tend to say in the beginning that I want to take it slow then they are offended and leave. I think I'm going to pronounce chastitiy and move to a forest where I'm gonna live as an old 'wise'x man.

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evilcheshirecat

Take the things people are saying seriously. Sure, maybe one in a thousand gets to marry the guy or girl who said they did not want a relationship and it's a happy ever after, but more often it's a total waste of time and effort.

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emmaclone

When you're in love, you'll be ready to try a relationship. It means they're not in love with you, and that almost never changes.

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nemesis_pr1me

Oh I knew a girl like that once. We had been very good friends for a year or so.also went for a trip with friends to prague and Budapest. We hit it off quite well but I had already come out of a bad relationship a few years back so never made a move, however my friends and her friends continously tried to get us together. So one day I just asked her out and she said she's not looking for a relationship. So I said that's fine, no harm no foul, we still met , hung around with the group. Then out of the blue in 1.5 months she's in a relationship with a rando whose only redeeming quality was to be high at every waking moment. All of us were a bit surprised and when I talked to her about it she said that she just wanted to try something new.

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