great question. I met mine when we were working together. He had chicken pox then. He was badly scarred with the pox and nobody wants to go near him. Guess our bond went well.
I was 18, working in a bank and my supervisor told her she had just the guy for me, her son's best friend. I told her I had a boyfriend. One weekend the boyfriend broke up with me and I was heartbroken. I very dramatically told the gal on the following Monday that she could introduce me to "this guy" as I no longer had a boyfriend. (such drama!)
She gave him my number and he called and almost 4 months later we married - and are still married 42 years later. Guess it was meant to be.
Wow...4 months later you married? Well, I shouldn't sound too surprised because I did the same thing, except 6 years later we divorced.
At least you had the guts to get back out there right away instead of getting depressed. Good for you.
I met him to the hotel where i used to work he was the financial controller and i'm a guest service agent we fall inlove,decided to get married then quit my job and now a happy full time homemaker.
I'd just started working at my second job [Taco John's] and the manager told me that there was a group of gamers who come in every Monday at 9p.m. They called them the 'Monday Night Freaks' but I needn't be alarmed...they were nice.
Well, we called out the customer's name when their order was up back then and they had all decided to give gag names like Major Pain, Big Fat Happy Buddha and my future honey went by Beelzebub. So when their orders came up, I called their names. They all got a kick out of that.
I saw them every Monday for 1 1/2 years and my honey finally asked my manager if I had a boyfriend and wanted to know if I'd be interested in going out with him. But he didn't actually ask me out for another month and a half.
Good thing too...I was so shy then that if he'd asked me face to face I would have panicked and said no. By making me wait, I became more impatient than anxious. When he finally asked me out I said "Yes, and about time too!"
We were married 11 months later and have been together almost 10 years now.
by April Reynolds 7 years ago
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by Derrick Bennett 6 years ago
Where did you meet your partner?where did you meet your partner and how did you all meet?
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by ForeverHeather 2 years ago
There are some who prefer to meet straight away and others after they have gotten to know each other over a few days/weeks.Some people say if you meet up right away it doesn't waste time.Do you need a phone call first? lots of online chat and emails?What do you think?
by Violet Flame 6 years ago
How did you and your lovely partner meet? Who approached who and how? Where? I find it very difficult to meet people therefor this is my all time favorite question to ask a couple. Glass of wine? Cup of tea?
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