40. If you are married, write about your first date!

Chris and I never “dated” hehe we just sort of ended up together. Chris tells me he first saw me through a McDonald’s window and made his friend stop so he could get to know me. I, however, was at McDonald’s to see my boyfriend at the time who worked there x3 Fun little story for everyone even though its not really a “date” story.

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6 Responses to 40. If you are married, write about your first date!

  1. That’s a sweet story šŸ˜›
    My boyfriend and I never “dated” either we got together when we were still in high school.

    • novadestin says:

      Dating always seemed kind of silly to me, either be with someone or be free to do whatever you want. There doesn’t need to be an in-between šŸ˜›

      • That’s what I reckon. But I understand wanting to have lunch with someone and get to know them better before you enter a commitment. I just don’t think that stage needs to go on for as long as it appears to sometimes. And I’m a little confused on when it changes from dating to a relationship…

        I always though it best to get to know someone as a friend before romance anyway.

        • novadestin says:

          See I never viewed that as a “date” in the same sense that most people say “dating.” Doing that stuff to me is still in the “I like you but we’re not official so I can still do whatever” category and then when someone tells me “we’re dating” it moves into the “it’s official we’re together” category.

          And of course its better to know them as a friend first, smart girl šŸ™‚

        • Alas! There aren’t enough great Hollywood romance movies about true love between two people who were friends for five years first and weren’t actually secretly in love with each other from the moment they saw each other.

          I don’t even remember where I heard it, but I like the theory that true love is about shared experience. Two people can have chemistry, from the moment they meet. They can have shared attraction. But it’s not until they’ve been friends or partners for years, and shared experiences together that they develop a real bond which can be called “true love”.
          The whole “love at first sight” trope annoys me so so much in writing and movies and tv. Unless it’s tongue-in-cheek.

        • novadestin says:

          So true, love is a complex bond and not a sudden attraction. And love at first sight… šŸ˜› Sorry not possible, its called ATTRACTION or LUST at first sight! hehe

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