DeiMateralma: The Reboot
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(01-23-2010, 03:44 AM)Ravenonthecross Wrote: I'm sure that you're lovely.  Have we a photograph of you, that we might view your lovely countenance?

we know this one is eager when he hast failed in reading the primary post of this thread.
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#32
(01-23-2010, 12:17 AM)DeiMateralma Wrote: Oh, come on guys.  Am I THAT repulsive?
:o :o :o

The problem is distance. If you were in the same city as any of us, we'd be having lunch tomorrow most likely, but, since you are in a far away land, it isn't so easy.

The primary indicator of probability of friendship and socialisation is proximity. That is the most important factor...unfortunately, proximity loses meaning on the Internet.
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#33
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#34
(01-23-2010, 11:43 AM)Ravenonthecross Wrote: .

What were you saying?

Now i'm curious...
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#35
I said, that HM had a point about distance.  That being said, internet relationships do work out sometimes, case in point, one of my aunts from Florida married a brit after meeting him online. So it CAN work.  However, I also, said that as much as I'd be willing to travel: I'm rather limited on funds, until I get my bachelor's in History Teaching this fall and get a teaching job.
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#36
(01-23-2010, 05:28 PM)Ravenonthecross Wrote: I said, that HM had a point about distance.  That being said, internet relationships do work out sometimes, case in point, one of my aunts from Florida married a brit after meeting him online. So it CAN work.  However, I also, said that as much as I'd be willing to travel: I'm rather limited on funds, until I get my bachelor's in History Teaching this fall and get a teaching job.

Ah.  Well, i'm fairly sure orate's offer still stands...
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#37
A completely ridiculous application that is impossible to fill out or hear back from. I'd fill out some of it; but for fear of having my identidy stolen, that is not such a bright idea.
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#38
(01-23-2010, 06:04 PM)DeiMateralma Wrote:
(01-23-2010, 05:28 PM)Ravenonthecross Wrote: I said, that HM had a point about distance.  That being said, internet relationships do work out sometimes, case in point, one of my aunts from Florida married a brit after meeting him online. So it CAN work.  However, I also, said that as much as I'd be willing to travel: I'm rather limited on funds, until I get my bachelor's in History Teaching this fall and get a teaching job.

Ah.  Well, i'm fairly sure orate's offer still stands...
As long it doesn't require filling out that damn'd application; I'd be fine. I try to obey all curfews, rules, etc. to the best of my ability and within reason. I abhor fornication and reject any premarital fornication whatsoever.  Let's what else, I have a car, no van. Well that's all I can think of. And of course I'm a trad Catholic and very conservative.
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#39
(01-23-2010, 06:34 PM)Ravenonthecross Wrote:
(01-23-2010, 06:04 PM)DeiMateralma Wrote:
(01-23-2010, 05:28 PM)Ravenonthecross Wrote: I said, that HM had a point about distance.  That being said, internet relationships do work out sometimes, case in point, one of my aunts from Florida married a brit after meeting him online. So it CAN work.  However, I also, said that as much as I'd be willing to travel: I'm rather limited on funds, until I get my bachelor's in History Teaching this fall and get a teaching job.

Ah.  Well, i'm fairly sure orate's offer still stands...
As long it doesn't require filling out that damn'd application; I'd be fine. I try to obey all curfews, rules, etc. to the best of my ability and within reason. I abhor fornication and reject any premarital fornication whatsoever.  Let's what else, I have a car, no van. Well that's all I can think of. And of course I'm a trad Catholic and very conservative.

I don't require the application.  That was mostly a joke (I think). 

Looks like you fit all of the basic requirements, as well as most of the advanced options...  :P
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#40
:cheers: yay. ;D
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