OK here's a question for ya!
What is the best way to meet someone in terms of it lasting?
What are the pro's & cons of each & which would you actually go for?
1.) Childhood sweetheart - meeting at school & or around the corner
2.) Through a friend/parties/social gatherings/blind dates
3.) Through the family - being "speficially" introduced, eg, arranged
5.) On Holiday
6.) Internet/chatrooms/message boards
7.) Dating Agencies/Local Ads
9.) Through religion/church
If i have missed any, please add, but those are the most popular ones.
I know that with every circumstance, 2 people can fall out or fall in love just as easily, even if in a supermarket!! But it would be interesting to know of the relationships that have lasted and still going, in what category had they met....
Hmmm, it seems I'm the first one who voted...
I said "Holidays". When you're on a holiday you won't be very picky about boys or girls you want to date. So, basically you will be able to meet quite a few people and you will get to know them some more. This is a very good base to start a relationship in my opinion. As a matter of fact: this is how I met my girl.
None of the above.
The best place to meet someone is in the place you least expect it. I've dated three girls with whom I felt like I just had a phenomenal connection and I met all three very randomly at times in my life where I had given up concern about meeting someone.
schooldays are the best part of our life because no-tension for life there.
so we enjoy our life well in schools and we feel lovely about our memories related to schooldays and it feels good when an old familiar figure suddenly appears and renew our school memories
I think there's actually no ideal place to meet someone, but you should be lucky I guess and there are also a lot of other factors which play a part. Like if you're in THE ideal place on earth to meet and get to know women/men and you looks really s..k than there is a high possibility you won't get a relationship due to this. Which I find very sad actually for people who are having troubles finding mr./mrs Right.