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Postby sfotkid » Wed Feb 13, 2008 7:27 pm

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I have a girlfriend. And she likes to ride my rollercoaster.


What, so she likes kiddie coasters?

(sorry, I couldn't resist that one, I'm just kidding)


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Postby downunder » Wed Feb 13, 2008 7:34 pm

I should start a lovers of sarcasm group on facebook.

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Postby sfotkid » Wed Feb 13, 2008 7:44 pm

downunder wrote:I should start a lovers of sarcasm group on facebook.

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Postby Sunfire » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:36 pm

Speaking of Valentines, I must say that it is a depressing day for me. I hate walking around school, seeing guys with their girlfriends making out and such. When will a coaster nerd girl come along? The other thing that sucks is when the girl you like is already taken, or the love is unrequited. I think tomorrow I'm gonna get myself drunk off of chocolate. :cry:

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Postby the sound » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:50 pm

Valentines day is....

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Postby astroworldfan1 » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:53 pm

downunder wrote:sfotkid wrote:

I have a girlfriend. And she likes to ride my rollercoaster.


What, so she likes kiddie coasters?

(sorry, I couldn't resist that one, I'm just kidding)


LMAO! Thanks Downunder! Remember our chat sfotkid!

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Postby Wes » Wed Feb 13, 2008 11:01 pm

Sunfire wrote:When will a coaster nerd girl come along? The other thing that sucks is when the girl you like is already taken, or the love is unrequited. I think tomorrow I'm gonna get myself drunk off of chocolate. :cry:


This is the absolute wrong mentality. If you're waiting for a girl with your exact same niche interest and hobbies, you're going to be waiting a long time, if not forever. Try to broaden your interests, or just find someone you can have fun with. You're young, you probably aren't going to find a perfect match immediately.

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Postby Sunfire » Wed Feb 13, 2008 11:57 pm

Crap, why do you have to be right, Wes? Well, I guess if everyone thought like the way I did, then no one would be together. And also, I do think it would be kind of rushing to be looking for true love while still in my adolescence. One strange thing I've noticed is the belief about love at first sight. At school, I once saw a girl that I liked because of her outward appearance, but once I worked up the courage to talk to her (I'm a shy guy, go figure), I realized she's really nice, and fun to be with. Even though I'm not together with her, it is still great to be friends with her. Besides, when you're friends first, then the relationship will be stronger. :)

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Postby Purplepills » Thu Feb 14, 2008 1:08 am

^You're right, if you're friends first, then its more likely to work out, or at least last longer because you already know you like who that person is on the inside.

And what Wes said is exactly right, just find someone you love to be around, and have fun with, and go from there. You can't just wait and hope a girl who loves your hobbies comes along.
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Postby timberskara » Thu Feb 14, 2008 7:19 pm

^ I'm not saying I don't agree to this (especially at such a young age), but I admit that the coaster thing isn't something I'd really compromise on either. I did date an enthusiast for 4+ years and took it for granted. I could say things like "Did you hear Thunderhawk moved from Geauga Lake to Michigan's Adventure?" and it would be mutually understood. With anyone else, they would be like "What's Thunderhawk? Where's Geauga Lake? Where's Michigan's Adventure?" A 20 minute conversation that I'd probably regret bringing up just because it's really not all that important.

And that's not a bad thing, but like I said I took it for granted. I'll admit also that the idea of a non-coasterluvin' boy turns me off too just because I've seen so many of my guy friends have to "baby" their significant others onto coasters and sit out on rides and be the shoulder for their girl to cry on when they're "too scared." I KNOW it's bad/shallow/bitchy, but I just couldn't deal with that. I've often joked that, if that ever happened to me, I would just look at the person and say "I'm sorry, I don't think this is going to work out," right then and there. It's too big of a part of me.

So while I agree that you shouldn't hold out for someone who exactly shares every one of your interests, I can't forsee myself marrying someone who wouldn't ride Renegade 27 times in a row because I feel like I would be repressing who I am, and that's not cool.

Wow, that makes me feel like a horrible person for saying that.

But, then again, the ratio is in my favor :wink:.

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