First thing I said was I need a drink. But I actually wasn't talking directly to him. He just heard it. We became friends and now in a relationship. Its been 3 years since I said those words....lol....memories
Wow, forward Lgali!!! Guess it worked, though, huh? Mine approached me first and asked my name and if I was having a good day. I guess my first complete sentence to him was something smart-alecky because no, I wasn't having a good day. (He was lounging by the pool; I was working)
We were in a bookstore. And he asked me if I had read a book. The minute he said it, a voice inside of me said, "He's a good man and you'll spend the rest of your life with him." He has been the love of my life since that moment.
I can't remember the first words I said to my husband, but I do know that I met him because he was throwing a session of one tabletop game or another (D&D, Vampire, Exalted, something or other, we play so many) and there was flirting involved.
He was 30 min. late to the first day of class because he'd been directed to the wrong room (I later found out he's always late to everything anyway, but this was a rare case where it wasn't entirely his fault) and he asked if he could copy my notes for the bit he'd missed.
I was friends with his brother and sister-in-law, and he came over from Atlanta to visit his brother in England. They came on a visit to my flat in Earl's Court and this guy was just starring at me, without a blink. Of course i was unsettled on the inside, but acted cool on the outside . Whenever i got up to get something, he'd keep starring at my ass (quite a nice rounded one if i may confess!)LOL!!Then he said, i'm going to marry you!!. The first thing i said? 'Yeah, right' We courted for 8 years, and have now been married, and very happily too, for 20years.
I asked him if he was part cherokee indian. (i am, so i thought I would ask him since he looked like it). We are only a small amount though, but guess what...he was. We are divorced now, must been that first sentence I said, lol.
He said some kind of weird thing like I seemed "pretty well grounded," lol, and "I'd be interested in you," in a sorta goofy business-speak way and I don't remember what my exact verbal response was. But I thought that was the right combination of confidence and silliness and here we are going on 5 years!
I love hearing stories about how people meet and marry.
My mom and dad grew up in a town with under 2000 people in it, but because of a two-year age difference they didn't hangout in school. After WWII they both attended college in Boston. One day when she was standing on a traffic corner, mom saw my dad. He cam over, they said hello, and he left.
She said at that moment, if you had told her they would someday marry, she would have said you're crazy. But 7 years later they were indeed married.
aww i love 'how ya met stories' too my mum n dad met during one of those social dances during war time.(American soldiers were in the Pacific),some guy asked my dad to get her phone number for him, but he asked her out himself, the rest is history, married had nine children. They have both passed now , but so many hilarious dating stories followed. Of course my dad would tell the stories ,and my mum would say she'd never heard so much rubbish in her life..too funny
I guess it was a one-word sentence. He was walking from one direction. I was walking from another. We were headed toward the same door, got there the same time, and he held the door for me. I said, "Thank you". After that it was meaningless banter that I don't recall.
I "met" my wife on the internet. When we first went on a date and we met in person for the first time, I asked her if she was--I don't want want to use her real name here--Ann. She said yes and I said "I'm Frank, nice to meet you!"
In my mind I was saying "OHMYGODSHESGORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!"
This is funny...I answered the fax machine phone as the receptionist had stepped away. The only sentence I spoke was one of the company name and how can I help you. I was in training, and he came to the office the next day. His first sentence was "Are you the one who answered the fax yesterday?"
I was the new bartender, and when he came in I said " hi M--- whats up? And he looked at me with this puzzling face and said do I know you? And I laughed and said no but your name is on your work shirt.
good idea for a thread!! when I first met my husband, he was at my house, asking my Dad if I could go swimming. We had just moved onto his road, and his sister was friends with my sister...well, my Dad starts yelling "boys only want one thing..and get off my property.." I looked at the door, all I could see was his feet, and I said.."nice chucks."
It was a bet I had made with his cousin she had told me he was shy and he would never ever go out with me so I told her that just to give a week and by friday he would ask me out .So friday he call to ask me out and that same day when over where he lived and he introduce me with his family and cousin so I gues I one the bet , but I couldn't tell him he was my type and to make story short got married had 3 kids and very happy with my marriage
Are you kidding? I can't remember what I said to my wife last night!
Just joking, I have super memory (its an ability of SuperDad's)
I said to her while we danced, "You know, you're the prettiest girl that I have ever seen." We were 16 and it was at a high school dance. We didn't start dating then but only a year later at the next dance I asked her out. We have been together ever since. 12 years married. She is still the most beautiful girl I have ever seen!
I said, "where are you taking our principal's chair". Please don't laugh. I know this is funny but believe me this was the sentence I said to my life partner when I met her for the first time.
I met my partner who is my wife in my school when I was 17 and she was just 14. I was in class XI and she was in VIII. Sports day was coming near and she was taking our school principal's chair from the school ground to principal's room.
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