Faeries

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    Hobbies: I like cooking, baking, makeup, gardening, and CARTOONS!!!!!

    Favorite Shows: Anything on food network, or Nat Geo Wild, or ID, various cartoons, Real Housewives of Atlanta, etc.

    I'm a computer science major and can't wait to graduate because I hate studying. Lol

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  1. Hey, don't say that. That makes me sad to read. Reading these sort of comments from men can be a real downer, and I've been having the same worries as you about finding a waiter. I do not want to marry a non-waiter. I would always feel insecure and cheated almost. I know that sounds crazy but I don't think it's fair (for me). I feel like I deserve someone who actually understands me in that regard, and I could never imagine being with someone who I know has shared those same experiences with other women. I would probably be okay if he was not waiting originally, but still a virgin. But I do believe it is possible for a non-waiter to wait happily with you if 1.) he truly loves you, and 2.) he now believes that waiting is the right thing to do for whatever reason (besides loving you). Anyway, I couldn't imagine having sex with someone I'm upset with. I would feel disgusted. I don't understand why that is so hard to comprehend. I would never do it just to get what I want. And I would expect that if my husband was upset with me, he wouldn't want to have sex with me either. I guess I was wrong about that though. I suppose I have to get used to it, but there is something about this that gives me the creeps .
  2. I'm really worried

    You should probably look at the website of the place you're thinking of getting it done (or call), or just do a google search. Actually, the website you linked too says there is no downtime. Good Luck!
  3. No "wedding dress" for your wedding??!

    Your dress sounds like it will be beautiful. I like the idea of wearing my dress again at my 10th, 20th, and 30th anniversaries, as we may have a family party for these milestone anniversaries. I would have it altered each time to have a different shape/ style as I age.
  4. Happy New Year!!! 2017

    Happy New Year everyone!!! Any new years resolutions?
  5. Hello, I think a lot of people here can relate to your story and you will find much support from all of us on the site. So welcome to the site.
  6. Thank you for the response. I agree. It's probably a matter of finding the right person, whether it be a friendship or dating. If it was meant to be, you'll click, and if you talk long enough, you'll learn more about each other (Same as real life, I suppose). If not, then just move on. I do believe it can be more difficult in some ways and might require a different approach The progression of your relationship seems like the right way to go in this situation. Messaging, then Skype/ phone calls, and then meeting in person.
  7. That's a really sweat story. I'm happy for you, and good luck! I do have a question. For me, talking online is nothing like talking in person. It seems like I have no personality when I read my conversations with people. Well, not really no personality, but I am a much simpler version of myself. The way I talk, behave, get exited, get mad, etc is nothing like typing online, and I feel like if I actually met people IRL, they'll think I'm completely different than they thought I would be. Even the way you converse seems different. IRL, when I talk, I just ramble away about different things, because I talk a lot (when I'm comfortable), but you can't do that online. I have to think about what to say, so I don't sound unintelligent, boring, or weird. I don't think online/ long distance dating is something I would do. Anyway, my question is was it like this for you when typing to each other, and how was it different from Skyping? How do you feel it will be when you actually meet? Congratulations again
  8. No "wedding dress" for your wedding??!

    I've been thinking lately that I don't want my wedding dress to be white. I'm considering pink or blue with a lot of colorful flowers. I know most people would say they're too much but it matches my theme (why do I have a theme and no man?) and I just love them! But I'd probably have to change for the reception. I really want the person I'm marrying to have a big family and a lot of friends because as of right now, I feel like I don't know enough people to justify being this extravagant. Mine would be much more pastel though.
  9. Just Joined!!!!!!

    Glad to have you. Welcome to the site!
  10. I cannot marry someone with my personality. Ugh. But I would want him to be like me in that we share all the same base morals/ values/ beliefs, because I feel that I've spent my whole life surrounded by people who are nothing like me in that regard and if I'm going to spend the rest of my life with someone, we can't differ on these things. Besides that, I'd like us to have some similarities, and some differences, that way, we can introduce each other to new experiences, hobbies, and other things.
  11. I don't mean to change the topic (not married), but I notice this a lot. Especially from other women. They always say "I wish I would've waited," which doesn't bother me personally, but I wonder if they're being genuine. It seems like something they say just to say it, and I've always wondered why.
  12. Hi Everyone!

    Welcome back TtW
  13. Dating

    Yes, I definitely think they meant the act of going on casual dates. Certainly not having a real relationship with multiple people. I think it's kind of like speed dating in the real world and probably increases your chances of finding someone you really like. I will say this though. You can't determine how someone's feelings for you will develop as you get to know one another and for me, I just don't want to deal with cutting people off. You know, like he's excited for the third date and I'm like no, you weren't chosen. Sorry. (It probably doesn't happen exactly like that, lol.) The part about getting hung up on one guy and having him break your heart is what I didn't understand. It can happen but I feel like the relationship is probably more serious when it does. This might sound silly but I don't think we need to always be so concerned about removing our emotions from everything. Relationships are based on emotions anyway so you can't expect to find someone that way. (Although I don't recommend purposely investing yourself completely and attempting to go full steam ahead with someone you just met recently.) Even if you date ten guys/ girls, if you really like that one person, then it will still sting if they don't feel the same. I think it's something that can work for people but the reason shouldn't be to guard your heart. Like I said you might still end up choosing the same person, and still get your heart broken if they eventually let you go. So problem not solved. However, if you are trying to increase your chances of finding the one, then go for it!!!
  14. Hello there

    Hey Amanda. I think your story is sweet. Welcome to the site!
  15. Hey everyone! I was reading an article the other day and in the comments section, a lot of women were agreeing that women should date multiple men simultaneously as opposed to getting hung up on one guy and having him eventually break your heart. Many of them made it clear that they didn't mean have sex, but just going out on dates. So these these my questions: Do you agree? (For guys dating as we well) I always imagined that if I was getting to know someone, I'd just focus on seeing what we could have, and if it doesn't work out, oh well. I don't think I need others guys to fall back on. Would you feel comfortable dating multiple people? I'd feel overwhelmed trying to get to know so many people. I think the most worrying thing is "choosing" someone and dealing with cutting off those other people. Especially if they really like you and felt like they were building a relationship with you. I don't think I'd want to date someone who's dating other women. I'd feel like I wasn't special enough to pursue, lol. (And where are they getting all these dates from anyway? I need to get out more.)