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    i need girl advice
    okay, so i have this problem. there is a girl in another state that i met on a cruise. i felt like i was in love. this girl could really be that one girl for me....the problem is that i might not ever see her again. then there is this other girl that lives in my state that i like and she likes me. i dont know what to do.

    if you have any advice please help me.

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    Become a Delta pilot and marry both, sharing your time in each city with them? Just make sure you don't let on about your double life...that could get messy.

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    I guess we really need to know how old you are, if your 14-15, that girl on the cruise was not the one, probably just a heavy physical attraction (thats just the ways cruises are). Puberty it evil that way.

    However if your older 22-27, then go for it, call her up and see if you can meet, hop on a plane and hang out for a weekend, if you still feel how you did on the cruise then maybe you did have the connection that you thought you did and you guys can try to work something out, otherwise go on some dates with the girl that likes you. Nothing bad can come from it.
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    As men, we all need women advice.
    It sounds like you're quite young, high school maybe, so I wouldn't worry about finding the "right one". If she was, she wouldn't be so far away, would she?
    Give things a try with the one that likes you and see where things go.

    And don't listen to Village Idiot; he's a total player.

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    before you are 25 it is almost always entirely fruitless and pointless to try to find "the right one".
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    dont try to find the 'right one' now. find the 'right now' one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giulio View Post
    dont try to find the 'right one' now. find the 'right now' one.

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    Seriously...if you are young, both you and the other person will change unbelievably. Being in a relationship makes the change (which is inevitable) both harder and more stressful.

    My advice would be to go with the girl closest to you. Get some experience. Keep it fairly casual. The experience will serve you will when you DO find 'the one'. And in the meantime, you can have some fun

    Or, just date whichever one is better looking. Give your ego a boost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesybanana View Post

    Or, just date whichever one is better looking. Give your ego a boost.
    HA! good advice.

    You can make a long distance relationship work but it takes a lot of work. Decide if you have what it takes to do a long distance relationship (only you will know that). if the answer is no...well i am sure you can figure out where i am going with this one.

    Have you ever dated the close one? if not give it a whirl nothing says you cant take 2 girls out to see if you are compatible with one. but i would advise that you dont try to have a committed relationship with both at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric View Post
    before you are 25 it is almost always entirely fruitless and pointless to try to find "the right one".
    I'm pretty sure I've found the "right one" even though i'm not 25 yet.. does this not count?

    My uncle started dating my aunt when they were 19, so its not that you can't under 25, its just that its not likely.
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    "almost always"

    one of my younger sisters married a guy she dated in high school. and in your case, it may work, it may not. but way more often than not i've seen people find "the one" that turns out to be just one of many.
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    its so true, I've gone through a good amount of girls since high school, i'll admit even though i'm feel like she is, won't know for sure until after school.
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    Long distance relationships are not a good idea, especially if that's how it starts. I've been in two (college years) and both failed and it wasn't from a lack of trying on my end. It's much easier for a girl to get a date. Eventually she'll realize it's better to be with someone in the flesh than one a million miles away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryphotoguy View Post
    Long distance relationships are not a good idea, especially if that's how it starts. I've been in two (college years) and both failed and it wasn't from a lack of trying on my end. It's much easier for a girl to get a date. Eventually she'll realize it's better to be with someone in the flesh than one a million miles away.
    QFT.

    If they're more than ~25 miles away, it's probably not going to work for ya.
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