This is a serious question though you can make jokes if you want. I mean, how many crappy dating sites are out there which never work. Maybe (just by chance) you could run into another hubber who you have a lot in common with. You never know, do you?
I go to the beach at least three times a week from 5-8pm. It's beautiful. We are all very tanned down here. Versage's house still remains.. the blood stain is gone, but tourists still take pictures there. Taco stand? Where?
I actually think I may have had Seasonal Affective Disorder (or a touch of it) this Spring and early Summer, from pretty much living and working in the house and away from the sun, like a mushroom, and only going out at night.
As far as meeting someone on the Internet (or HubPages, specifically, goes) - no. I'd still want to meet someone the old fashioned way. I don't want someone who likes me for what I say online. I want someone who's attracted to "the outside me". Besides, I can't say I'd trust anyone online. I mean - look at what people do as far as their identities go on here.
online relationships aren't bad... I met my boyfriend online and we are going on a year together the 15 of this month. Besides that I know a lot of people who have met, dated, and married the person they met online and on top of that there are friendships to consider because those are a relationship.
but in answer to the question at hand ... I think it is possible for a Hubber to meet and marry another Hubber if they fell in love and the relationship was working. Like Cags said it is possible. Anything is possible.
My concern is that you might be having a relationship online with someone you think is handsome, smart and rich, and find they are ugly, nerdy and poor - you never know what to believe as people can put on so many pseudo personalities here. But, if it works for you, why not give it a try. Just remember, many of them are married - you wouldn't want to break up a happy home would you?
If things started to get serious between me and another Hubber, and that Hubber didn't have a fairly recent profile photo of themself, or refused to send me one, I'd be very suspicious and wouldn't take it any further. Whether ugly or beautiful, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and we all have our tastes.
If the Hubber were nerdy, I think I'd notice this by what the Hubber writes, so things would never get serious from the start.
Poor - well, I wouldn't really care. If the Hubber had maintained to be rich up to now, then admits to being poor, I'd understand the motive.
But it would be nice if Hubbers started to marry one another - we could even have communal 'Hubber Weddings' on a regular basis.
It is possible to meet people anywhere. Now there are some problems associated with a relationship created on a site such as Hubpages or any other online venue..........That is what you see is not what you get. People can and often do misrepresent themselves.
However, there are some positive points to meeting on line and that is that two people can establish a friendship before they establish a physical relationship. I think that is good.
I agree with others that a person should not go out and look for a relationship. If it happens, I think it is great. There are many people who have met on line and have wonderful relationships.
I would have to say......... sure it is very possible to meet someone here. However, you have to be much more cautious before you commit because when you are not in physical presence of a person you don't know if the person is truthful when you and this other person converse.
OMG, I paid way too much for all the hell he's put me through! LOL! I lost the bid on something he was selling, so I contacted him to see if he could find me another one and pretty soon we were chatting up a storm. One thing led to another and he's been rocking my world ever since. I like to play with the bad boys and he's just about as bad as they come, the miserable snake.
BAD?!? BAD?!? what you talking about woman? everyone on the planet knows king larry is about as bad as they come, and any of you forum jerks disagree with me.....(loads and cocks a big shot gun)....let's just...you'll be late for the meeting... what meaning you may ask...the meeting between my bullets...meeting your head!!! (evil laughs) mwahahahahA!
Yes, it is possible to meet a future spouse on Hubpages! Have I done it? No...I met my husband while playing Myspace Poker. Seems like the odds would be a little better on Hubpages, maybe...certainly far from impossible.
Yeah, I met my first one in "the real world"...after five miserable years he decided to be non-exclusive, so that was that. I am admittedly biased though, being as the only happy relationships within my family and social circle were found online first (none of them dating sites), and tons of relationships gone bad that were met face-to-face first. I don't know if this is representative of the population in general, but I do know I got to know my husband a lot better through countless hours online and on the phone just talking when we didn't have the option of letting physical factors get in the way.
Agreed, the physical factors are still important to a point, but should never preclude the factors that don't change...personality, character, etc. I'm not saying that love is based on physical factors either, just that often they get in the way whilst dating couples are trying to get to know each other. With my husband, things certainly didn't start with the physical aspect...neither of us knew what the other looked like...but we are very strong communicators, and it was our respective personalities that first drew us together. Neither of us were at all disappointed once we got to see what the other looked like, that's for sure, but I think in our case at least it was a wonderful thing to be able to have a mutual love and respect before we had that piece of the puzzle.
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