Amber Elizabeth

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    Outside your window
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    Drawing. Reading. Listening to music. Surfing the net. Animated movies, cartoons, and anime. Goth/gothic/dark/spooky stuff. Cute things. And more stuff. Also being a loser. Avoiding the real world.

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  1. What are you reading?

    I'm currently reading the comment I'm writing.
  2. Marrying a 16 Year Old Girl?

    Completely unacceptable. I do not care about the specifics, an adult being in a romantic and/or sexual relationship with a minor is depraved.
  3. Would you marry someone who isnt your faith, but is WTM?

    Maybe, it depends on how compatible he is with me otherwise. I have requirements in a spouse that are way more important than religion, and I'd rather date/marry a non-religious guy that had all my other requirements than date/marry a religious guy that only had some or even none of my important requirements. I might end up dating/marrying a non-religious guy anyway cause religious guys are kinda unappealing to me nowadays. Besides, most religious guys wouldn't want to be in a relationship with me anyway because I wouldn't be religious enough for them.
  4. Your Dream Guy !!

    Me, but as a guy. And hot.
  5. Sologamy, its not too late to marry yourself

    I should do that. I wouldn't buy the kit or anything like that though.
  6. No, I don't want to be in a long distance relationship with someone I haven't even met in person. If we have met a couple of times in person, then maybe. Otherwise, no.
  7. 1. No, I would not. I don't consider any one who has gone past first base to be a virgin. 2. Yes, it is a dealbreaker. I would not date him. 3. Probably not. It depends.
  8. Who's socially akward?

    I am very socially awkward, but I'm perfectly fine with it.
  9. What kind of car do you drive?

    And very gas efficient.
  10. What kind of car do you drive?

    I drive an imaginary car.
  11. Only if I had kids myself.
  12. No, having children is unappealing to me. I'd really rather not have them.
  13. So this is a possible situation that makes me hesitant to try to find someone online. And 'tis the Bearded One noted how this would make a good thread topic. So I finally made it. So what would you do if you met a compatible person online and then a short time later you met an equally compatible person in real life? Say you find a really compatible person online. It doesn't have to be on a dating site though. They are very compatible with you and have none of your major deal breakers. You two become friends, and while you two are not in a dating relationship, you both are mutually interested in dating. But the problem is that they live far away, so you two haven't met in person yet or have gone on a date. So then you have this person you met online and are interested in, but a short while after finding someone online, you meet an equally compatible person in real life that lives where you do or a short drive from there. There is also mutual interest between you and this new person. Both of these people are equally compatible with you, both of them will make good spouse. And neither of them are lying or pretending to be something they're not. The only thing is is that the first one you found lives far away, while the other lives nearby. If you were in this situation, which person would you pick? Would you chose the online person you found first even though they live very far away and you two haven't met in person yet? Or would you chose the second person that actually lives nearby that you have actually met? If you chose the second, how would you let the person you found online know that you found someone else? What if the situation was reversed and the person you found online met someone else in real life? Because even if you don't find someone offline after finding one online, doesn't mean that the online one won't find someone else where they live. So this possible situation makes me hesitant to find try to find someone online. If I actually ever was in this situation, it's more likely that I would would chose the the second person since they live near me. Though there are some situations where I would chose the person I met online, like if I was already pretty emotionally invested in him. Or if he lived somewhere else in my state and/or he was going to move to my city or at least a short distance from it before we met online. And if chose the first guy, there's still a chance he could find someone else offline. And if we did meet in person and officially became a couple, doesn't mean the relationship would work out, if we even start dating anyway. I don't know if I really want to waste time and wait around for someone I haven't even met in person, especially since there's no guarantee that our relationship would work out. And if I chose the second guy, I don't know how I'll tell the guy I met online about it. But since I have already thought of this situation, if I met someone online, I would bring up this topic and we could discus what we would do if one of us found someone else offline. And if the online guy found someone else offline, I hope he would tell me that he found someone else, so I wouldn't still think that something between us would happen or wonder why he stopped talking to me online. So what would you do if you were in this situation?
  14. I like your location lol:D so hows the view?:D

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    2. StarGate SG1

      StarGate SG1

      LOL this is hilarious...please keep this going it is very entertaining :D

    3. Jake1986


      Hey, next time don't take so much!:lol: I had to shave my head

    4. Amber Elizabeth

      Amber Elizabeth

      Sorry about that, I didn't mean to take that much. At least the shaved hairstyle looks good on you. :D 

  15. Favorite YouTube channels?

    My youtube channel is just making me cringe.