is it love or What? Didn't Seen a person but can die for her?
I am involved with a girl by sending of her mistaken text, that she were doing to some one else and it by mistake of write wrong number, comes to my cell....and we have start talking on text, then it comes to MSN messenger, then she regularly call me..and for last 2 years we are on touch and talking.......but yet didn't see each other, she want me to see only when i will be ready for marry, she is ready to marry me without seeing me, as she said she has believe, trust and love, so no matter how i looks in physical, this doesn't matter for her, BUT for me it does...i want to first look her?
First; Attend School Again; Find Better Literature; Second; You Don't Deserve Her; She Seems Amazing To Trust in Love; When You Care About Looks.
And She's Trying To Say.. "Please Believe Me; My Heart Hasn't Deceived Me"
Though Honestly; My 10 Year Old Brother Knows Better English...
you do not have photo of her yet, anyway meet her personaly and decide, you can decide after you met her.
I would say she is fooling around with you. If she is doing this for 2 years, ask yourself critically if a women stays so long single? Why does she want to marry you at once? What are her intentions? What is her financial background? What are your own expectations for marriage? What your expectations to a woman?
What if she isn´t a woman at all? Honestly if you never received a foto in 2 years nor took the chance just to speak with her in Skype, then it sounds pretty weak. What do you know about each other? Just short text messaging?
On the other hand, why you do not just confirm to her wish, in order to meet her. If you then see that she is very ugly you still can change your mind.
There is no guarantee for marriage at all.
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