Post # 47
Check out my bio. My sweetie and I met randomly through TWITTER. i love the story. I think it’s so random and funny and turned wildly romantic. If they don’t like it? F* em. You’re marrying your wonderful fiance. Not them.
Post # 48
Twitter is so modern.
I almost think meeting through an avenue like that causes less high brows because it means you weren’t on the net specifically trolling for love.
Post # 49
@Oneeleven: twitter is one 1×1 inch picture and 2 sentences. i could care less what anyone thought. who cares, you know?
the old people will be dead soon.
lol…i am rotten.
Post # 50
Wasn’t there that mutual friend you guys had who hooked you up and let you stay at their place 😉
Post # 51
i would go a different direction: tell them you met when you were a stripper and he came in every weeknight by himself and would cry all night through the performances. that’ll shut them all up.
Post # 52
@Mrs. Meowerson: “tell them you met when you were a stripper and he came in every weeknight by himself and would cry all night through the performances.”
There you go…….! That will be the first and last time anyone ever asks you.
Post # 53
@Quietserenity:I agree that you should keep it simple. Its never a good idea to tell all of your business:0)
Post # 53
Hey, my reply might not be relevant but just thought of putting it down for future couples.
There’s a wedding platform http://www.mywedstory.com which allows to create timeline of love story and beautifully place it on WedSite too. It has lot more features, basically its a private social network for weddings.
Hope its useful to some of you 🙂
Post # 54
I guess I don’t see anything wrong with saying we met through “Online Game”…or we met online through “Online Game”.
The older relatives will know they don’t get it and people do things differently know a day.
Post # 55
I like telling people we met online. I remember being single and feeling like those sites did not work for me. Keeps hope alive!!! My mother has gotten over the idea, or conveniently forgets how we met. Everyone is fine 🙂
Post # 56
Our “how we met” story isn’t that great either. I was invited to a bonfire by some mutual friends of ours and he spent the whole day trying to impress me, to which I was oblivious because I had a huuuuuge crush on his friend. After things ended with that guy I dated another guy that things didn’t go well with, and started talking to my now fiance. And we hooked up that first night (yikes).
I was just going to put the cute parts. Met through mutual friends, played Mario cart and sang songs on the beach then got to know each other around the bonfire but didn’t start dating for another year.
I love the idea of him doing a comic. He could show him rescuing you in the game, then traveling so far to meet each other and have pizza.
Post # 57
From the ashes of thread’s from yore…lol