ANSWERS: 31
  • Sure, i met my husband online. We met for 3 months each time, but even if it was 3 weeks - when you know someone that well, like online...i would feel confident.
  • Already did!
  • I don't know - thinking about that right now and I would say a definitive no. I know that once in a situation like that feelings change and it may possibly be something I would consider or do when I was in that position. It doesn't sound like something I would do though!
  • It would depend largely on why we had only met twice for a total of six weeks in those two years.
  • I would want to live together and experience life together and see which side the grass is greener on.
  • Not for a while. My next relationship probably won't include marriage for some time.
  • do the means justify the end my theory is u cant help who u fall in love with
  • no I need physical interaction with that person. I would not like to meet anyone online. I find that to be such an impersonal way to meet someone. If I see someone at a party i want to get to know I just walk up to them and introduce myself and start talking to them. The traditional way of getting to know someone. You meet them, you ask them out to dinner...and the relatioonship proceeds from there. I just dont get the online thing.
  • I'd have to be in love with them, but sure. ;)
  • Maybe, but I'd have had to have met their family and friends and been to their workplace too. That contact is limited enough that they might be scamming you. To protect yourself, you'd want to know the company they keep pretty well.
  • Like hope you both are in love..so there is no reason left behind..you meet in week or a year...so ofcourse you can marry
  • not a chance.
  • Well... I did marry someone I met online. But, not until a year and a half after I'd met him in person. Two years with cam and voice is admittedly a considerable amount of time, but I'd want to give it a little more face-to-face time. If nothing else, to shut the skeptics up. My hubby and I knew from day one that we would end up married, but if we had done it faster, we would have had to listen to a lot of lectures on how crazy we were. This way, nobody has a word to say except "Congratulations."
  • Hell no. We're going to live together for a few more years first lol.
  • yeppers! I have no problem with that
  • Under those circumstances , probably . I think I'd have to interact with them more face to face than what you have explained but ... it's not a definite no . My father has been married to the same woman for 10 years now . They met online . If you're thinking about marrying somebody you met online and you feel comfortable , go for it ! I wish you the best of luck .
  • It depends on if you have seen there bank statments online!
  • Absolutely NOT !! I would do a Background check on ANYONE I was going to be involved with, who I did not REALLY know personally in real life for more than FIVE Years .... Online is not Personally / real Life !
  • I doubt I'll ever remarry.. Did it once and that was over 27 yrs ago and haven't seen her in all that time (25 yrs) and still haven't divorced.. I'm not big on creating new legal problems so NOPE! I might live with someone for the yest of my life, but unless they are utterly exceptional i seriously doubt marriage is in the cards and it would have to be a civil thing anyway. I won't go in a church again unless it's in handcuffs. ;)
  • Yes...go with your gut...
  • fuck no...
  • I already did. And it didn't take two years, just 3 months of solid chatting (7 to 8 hours a day) and I knew I'd found the right woman.
  • Maybe, maybe not.
  • I dont know im not sure i would ever want too get married again.has nothing too do with online or not.
  • No, never. You need to be physically around someone to know them.
  • Why not, but it'd be nice if you know their credit score or criminal background first.
  • No, not yet. You have only lived in fantasy land with this person also know as cyber world. You need to spend quality time with someone, learn all the habits and routines, family and friends, wake up day in and day out with this person...spend more time together before marriage. Try 3 years, not 3 weeks here and there.
  • Me and my husband met on the internet. He is from Ireland and I am from the US. We are very happy and very much inlove. We met in a chatroom and talked for hours and hours with webcam/mic and then he came here and stayed a month a few times then he came back and while he was here we decided to get married. Ive also talked to both his parents and other members of his family. So I say go for it but be careful :)
  • yes, I would if it felt right.
  • There are a few circumstances in which I would have considered such a thing, but I doubt it.

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