A future with your new catch

Posted by Ria, 07 Mar 08

We all desire to meet someone. We all dream about falling in love. Most of us think about happily ever after even before meeting the man or woman that makes you tick.

A few years ago, if you would have asked me whether I wanted to get married, a big NO would have accompanied the question. Much as I always wanted to meet the one, I always pictured the perfect romance to be one where me and my better half live with each other, being there for one another till old age without having to legalize the whole thing. I preferred it to remain romantic as opposed to legal.

Anyhow, most people, especially young girls have a perfect picture of their weddings as they grow up.

Your perfect partner could be online right now...

What are you looking for?

When you go on a first date with someone and you suddenly click, do you fantasize them as your groom or bride? Do you start playing that perfect wedding on your first perfect date? Does it hurt to be this hopeless fantasy world romantic?

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  1.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 02 Jan 09

    We look forward to a growing future , we met in 007 , made it thru 008 and as for 009 Bomb Les Bombed

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  2. Posted: 26 Jul 08

    First date hmmmmmm. Well when i go on a first and if I had a good time. I afterwards am thinking of is there a futuer with this person or is it gonna be a good friendship. Now I must admit if the date goes well there might be a lil tease to my cerabellum sayin "what if........." , but then i kinda smile to myself and say "it's just a first date" I do admit I am a hopeless romantic and yes I do engage into thought of wedding bliss,but it's never of the person Im on the first with.

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  3.   blkbeauty31 says:
    Posted: 25 Apr 08

    Hey There Everyone! Sometimes I tend to fantasize especially if it went really well! But, I also catch myself and pay attention to how I interact with the person over a period of time. Interaction is the most significant thing now and will be forever. Sometimes because of the butterflies, we tend to ignore conflict until later. The question we want to be concerned about is how "me and this other person address conflict." Conflict is not bad - its actually important. Does conflict end or enhance once it arises? Note to all the people REALLY lookin: Pay attention to your interaction for 3-6 dates and look for patterns.

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  4.   mossimo36 says:
    Posted: 12 Apr 08

    Enjoy the moment!....with a loser tho??...ever had to ditch a date like real quick? Not me, but I have thought about it

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  5.   ethereal99 says:
    Posted: 02 Apr 08

    I admit, if the date goes really great, I may tend to get carried away. Fanticizin' doesn't hurt anyone !

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  6.   fala says:
    Posted: 27 Mar 08

    I agree completely HereIamBaby. Just enjoy the moment - that is, if you're date isn't a total loser or something.

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  7. Posted: 24 Mar 08

    It's awesome when you find someone you click with on a first date... but planning the wedding before the second date, I personally find a bit extreme, but I can't pass judgement on others. I am sure there have been people who instinctively knew that this was the person they wanted to spend the rest of their life with after the first date and if I should ever meet someone that made me feel that way, I'm not sure what I would do...maybe call the wedding planner or a therapist????

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  8.   HereIamBaby says:
    Posted: 24 Mar 08

    That is putting the cart before the horse...slow down...enjoy the romance... Marriage isn't the ends to the means. Southern smiles, Sharon

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  9.   HereIamBaby says:
    Posted: 24 Mar 08

    That is putting the cart before the cart...slow down...enjoy the romance... Marriage isn't the ends to the means. Southern smiles Sharon

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  10.   party1 says:
    Posted: 19 Mar 08

    If its a free meal then call it that.If its a "date" you should see some sort of potential before you even go.But thinkin to the extreme is Fatal Attraction or obsessive or just plain crazy.

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  11.   lolopie says:
    Posted: 15 Mar 08

    No offence lol

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  12.   lolopie says:
    Posted: 15 Mar 08

    Mmm Mossimo, stop playin cats and mouse games with Fala. Be a man an face her and ask for a date. Fala, you are right. This men are not to be trusted.

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  13.   mossimo36 says:
    Posted: 15 Mar 08

    Its only a date unless Fala is involved

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  14.   fala says:
    Posted: 12 Mar 08

    No, when I go out on a first date with someone it's just a date. No long range planning involved.

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  15.   yags1 says:
    Posted: 11 Mar 08

    i really like u my dear am dying 2 see 1day in my life time OOOO LUV UUUUUUUUUU

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  16.   lia2 says:
    Posted: 10 Mar 08

    i must tell you,you are my dream come true i will really like to meet u. i use to do modollin back in africa ,but now i do little business to survive i live in birr aagau switzerland really crazy to meet u, take good care of yourself for me.danke

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