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    (Original post by Happy Insomniac)
    We've been together around 2 years.
    I'm 24, he's 25.
    To the extent that any relationship is serious, yes?
    We get on well and I think we would be good together long term. But I am probably moving away for grad school in 2011 or 2012, and neither of us want a long distance relationship, so reality suggests that we will not stay together. Who knows if we'll get back together later in life. Time will tell. I don't want to think about marriage/kids until I'm at least 30, anywho, so anything could happen.
    I'm in the same position: me and my girlfriend will probably go to different grad schools. But what's wrong with a long distance relationship?
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    How long have you been in the relationship? 2 months
    How old are you? 20, he's just turned 26
    Do you consider the relationship to be 'serious'? Yes I do, I know 2 months seems early to say so but things have moved very quickly and I am deeply in love with him.
    Do you see yourself staying with your partner forever, having a family etc? We've already said we'd like to spend the rest of our lives together, so I really do hope so.
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    4 months been in a relationship

    It's serious in the fact we don't see other people?


    I'm 19 and he is 21.

    Although sometimes i daydream about us perhaps getting married someday, i don't think it could ever happen, and doubt that it wouldn't work out.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How long have you been in the relationship?
    How old are you?
    Do you consider the relationship to be 'serious'?
    Do you see yourself staying with your partner forever, having a family etc?
    2 years last July.
    I'm 18, he's 19. Would consider it serious, and to the last one I have no idea, guess we'll find out.
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    (Original post by Pyrrho)
    I'm in the same position: me and my girlfriend will probably go to different grad schools. But what's wrong with a long distance relationship?
    Nothing, if they work for you. They just don't work for me. I've been in one twice before before, and I either spend way too much time on the phone/online (neglecting my friends and studies) or spend barely any and we just drift apart. And if I'm get into medical school, I suspect the latter will be the way it'll go. He's not really interested in long distance either; we're quite similar in most of our outlooks. Probably why we're so good together. Ah well; such is life.
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    How long have you been in the relationship? Just over 4 months.
    How old are you? I'm 17 he's 18.
    Do you consider the relationship to be 'serious'? I suppose so yeah.
    Do you see yourself staying with your partner forever, having a family etc? No..
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    You wouldn't believe
    About 5 years
    20/19
    Marriage
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    1 year 1 month
    i am 20 and he is 19
    i guess this is serious enough for me)
    and what will happen in the future nobody knows) sometimes i want to be with him forever and never let go, and sometimes i want to kill him with my bare hands...or a pillow...lol
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    about a year
    both 19
    yes, currently living with each other and 2 housemates
    i'd love for that to happen, and could happily be with him forever, but I'm going to America for a year soon, which will be difficult, and we finish uni at different times, but if we survive that, then there's a great possibility
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    (Original post by lonely14)
    :sigh:

    I wish I could answer these questions? :daydreaming:
    me too..
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    How long have you been in the relationship? 2 years this january
    How old are you? both 20
    Do you consider the relationship to be 'serious'? yeah
    Do you see yourself staying with your partner forever, having a family etc? well we've discussed how we're going to decorate our house and what we're going to call our future cats and dog...he's definitely someone i can see myself growing old with :love:
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    Damn it.
    Now im jealous. :cry2:
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    2 days
    I'm 18 she's 11.
    I think it's very serious tbh.
    I've already picked out a ring Wish me luck guys!
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    3 years
    both 21
    i wouldn't call it serious as such, as i think that part comes when you do something 'big' such as move in together. and we're both not serious people
    i don't really know, i can't see it myself
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    (Original post by Xhotas)
    2 days
    I'm 18 she's 11.
    I think it's very serious tbh.
    I've already picked out a ring Wish me luck guys!
    :lies:
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    (Original post by lonely14)
    :lies:
    Okay, okay, you got me.

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    (Original post by kristinaalovesu)
    Damn it.
    Now im jealous. :cry2:
    I thought you were in a relationship? :unsure:
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    (Original post by lonely14)
    I thought you were in a relationship? :unsure:
    Not anymore.
    He disappeared again, which is why im single since last week.
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    (Original post by kristinaalovesu)
    Not anymore.
    He disappeared again, which is why im single since last week.
    :console:

    Disappeared where? :confused:
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    How long have you been in the relationship? 2.5 years
    How old are you? I'm 21 he's 20.
    Do you consider the relationship to be 'serious'? Yes
    Do you see yourself staying with your partner forever, having a family etc? Yes :love: we talk about the future lots.
 
 
 
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