8. They find your warnings cute. "I think you should know I over-think things;" "I think you should know I cry a lot;" "I think you should know I play crazy violent video games." It's such a great feeling to be able to tell someone something that previous partners found odd or annoying about you, and have them clearly not even flinch. If you can "warn" someone about something about you, and to them it's not even a bad thing, you're on your way to a good thing. Plus, the fact that you could tell them about that thing means they already make you comfortable. 10 Dos & Don'ts Before Meeting Mr. Online In Person
9. You both get offline at the same time. After spending some real life time together, you both decide on your own, separately (but you eventually find out) that it's time to shut down that online dating profile. That's a big commitment — cutting off the possibility of meeting all those matches. That really means something. Again, it's like #2 on this list: you act on the same instinct.
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10. You lose the sense that you met online. When you just completely fall into a quality and effortless relationship with someone, it will feel weird when people ask you, "So, how'd you meet?" We associate online dating with effort — something you don't associate a quality relationship with. Also, when it's just right, the person slips into your life so seamlessly, it feels like you could have just met them at a bar on any given night. You feel like, put in your presence in any way, you would have ended up together regardless. If you feel funny saying, "We met online," you've found the other pea to your pod.
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