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Say if it went on for 2-3 years, but then broke up after graduation, does it sound serious?
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Say if it went on for 2-3 years, but then broke up after graduation, does it sound serious?
If it broke up as uni ended, then no not at all.
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Say if it went on for 2-3 years, but then broke up after graduation, does it sound serious?
If they break up after graduation, it would be a very circumstantial relationship, so not very serious at all.
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(Original post by Hazelly)
If it broke up as uni ended, then no not at all.
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If they break up after graduation, it would be a very circumstantial relationship, so not very serious at all.
What about if they were on the same course, had the same friends, and spent a lot of time together and nights out together? And if they have lots of pictures on facebook of them taken together/with friends on nights out
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No. Not on the bases you have mentioned.
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No. Not on the bases you have mentioned.
What about if they were on the same course, had the same friends, and spent a lot of time together and nights out together? And if they have lots of pictures on facebook of them taken together/with friends on nights out
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What about if they were on the same course, had the same friends, and spent a lot of time together and nights out together? And if they have lots of pictures on facebook of them taken together/with friends on nights out
In my opinion. Still no, as you are talking about breaking up when uni has finished, making all the above irrelevant. Just my personal view.
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What about if they were on the same course, had the same friends, and spent a lot of time together and nights out together? And if they have lots of pictures on facebook of them taken together/with friends on nights out
Being on the same course and having the same friends makes it even more circumstantial in my book. Spending time together is what all couples do, and having loads of photos together doesn't really mean anything.
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No usually in the first week people are very promiscuous.
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(Original post by PhoenixFortune)
Being on the same course and having the same friends makes it even more circumstantial in my book. Spending time together is what all couples do, and having loads of photos together doesn't really mean anything.
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In my opinion. Still no, as you are talking about breaking up when uni has finished, making all the above irrelevant. Just my personal view.
Do you think this even moreso if they remained friends after the break up? Sorry this is the last question lol
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Disagree with the majority. Just because it came to an end doesn't mean the people involved weren't ever serious about trying to make it work.
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Do you think this even moreso if they remained friends after the break up? Sorry this is the last question lol
Are you asking whether if remaining friends after breaking up means that their relationship was serious? Well no, there's no correlation between the two - it indicates more that your split was amicable than it does about your previous relationship.
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Do you think this even moreso if they remained friends after the break up? Sorry this is the last question lol
I do.
That being said why not just start off as friends and end as friends, that way its win win for all concerned.
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I do.
That being said why not just start off as friends and end as friends, that way its win win for all concerned.
That's what happened... but they must've liked each other more than friends at one point
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That's what happened... but they must've liked each other more than friends at one point
Possibly that might have been the case.
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If they lasted throughout uni then it seems pretty serious, but if they break up right after graduating for no serious reason then it was never serious to begin with, some couples might break up cuz they need to move somewhere else and are not ready for long distance etc. If they were serious then after graduating they would consider a long distance relationship, getting married, moving in together or continue dating like normal.
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Yes, doesn't matter how it ended, if those 2-3 years were committed went out with each other and did stuff then it was serious, However I'd day it isn't serious if there was an original intention to break up at graduation from the beginning
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