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#15, it doesn't say how long the OP's girlfriend had been in the relationship with the short-distance guy. Maybe she considered them both "long term" but with different benefits.

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lmao 59 u mean "her body, more specifically, your boobs are gorgeous" right? because u can't even see all her face and i think we all know what everyone saw first. :P

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I agree #1. For OP and his 'girlfriend', it's surely no longer a relationship. But not seeing each other for 2 years is crazy! You really thought she would try to keep the relationship with you? I don't blame her. I understand that it was over 900 miles but, maybe it would be best for both of you if you kept it short distance or broke up. I have a relative who had a girlfriend and she moved away to be with family. She wanted him to come with her but he couldn't leave family and neither could she

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#65 Even so, she couldn't stay committed without interference from a real life partner. A long term relationship doesn't suit her then.

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Bitch. The second I saw the other guy and found out what he was there for, I would say this: "Grow up, good bye" then walk off. Not answering any calls or nothing.

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Today, I went to a trip with my girlfriend of 1.9 years. There, I met her "long distance" boyfriend. FML

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1. If you're poor. 2. If you live REALLY far apart and decide to make do with phone/Internet/webcam for two years. 3. If you both have very demanding jobs and can't align your schedules for a meeting. 4. Etc. And who cares? Clearly their long-distance relationship wasn't a successful one due to her actions, but if both parties approach things the way OP in this case did, a relationship like that would most likely work out fine.

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I agree with what you said but I dont understand how it would be worth it to try an be in that relationship unless you were already together and your partner had to go off to war. There's really no physical contact and you cant tell if they are being faithful like in this situation

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I do agree that two years seems a bit excessive, but sometimes immigration issues take that long, for example, and in the meantime you live in different countries. If your view is that physical contact is more important than being in a relationship with that person for the long term, then you're right, it wouldn't be worth it. And lots of people cheat even in regular short-distance relationships; you just have to trust the person you love.

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I have been in a long distance relationship for over 2 years. My man and I met, in person, 3 years before we started going out. before we were going out we became best freinds, and now we're more than that for each other. He moved away but we are still dating and plan to live with each other after high school. There is a saying: A'ohe loa i ka hana a ke aloha. this is Hawaiian for: Distance is ignored by love.

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Yeah that's what I meant earlier about having a close relationship 1st and staying together when something comes up like war or moving for a job, etc.

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whether it's long distance or close relationships are hard and if you love eachother you'll make it work PS the broncos suck

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I get the impression this was an online relationship.. 'I met my...' if it was a genuine long distance relationship 'I met up with' or 'I saw' would seem more appropriate to me. Sounds like the first time they met to me.

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hey 139...you always date a stranger. you never know the opposite person, they might be hiding a bunch of personal things.

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164, she's still in school, she has yet to know anyone in the world besides class mates. in due time she will learn the precarious enactments of meeting outsiders on a personal level

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