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swimmerguy's picture

If I refer to ever having past relationships, should I count the...4 "relationships" I've had with girls, which were actually flailing corpses of misery (for me), which are technically relationships, but not what I think are "real" relationships?

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ferrets's picture

nawwww

i dont think they count, my first kiss was a spin tthe bottle game with a girl, but i count my first kiss as two years later with brian, since thats the firsat kiss/relationship i enjoyed

"...I find it kinda funny,I find it kinda sad, that the dreams where i am dieing are the best I've ever had..." -gary jules

swimmerguy's picture

I guess

I haven't had a kiss either, unless you count spin the bottle with girls, once.

No one escapes from life alive

Dracofangxxx's picture

Well...

The first relationship where you both fall in love with each other.

That's what I think makes it or breaks it. It's not really a "relationship" otherwise, it's like "Oh I dated this guy once".
It's different, dating and being with someone...
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holahaveamuffin18's picture

i guess it's whatever you

i guess it's whatever you feel like defining as a relationship.

like, i've officially dated 5 or 6 different guys, but i only see 3 of them as actual relationships. i honestly had feelings for those guys...
but with the the other 2 or 3, it was: "hey, you're a boy. i'm a girl. lets say we're dating so we don't look gay."

jeff's picture

If...

you knew you were a homo and going through the motions, I'd say no. If you were trying and thought you were straight, I'd say count them.

Either way, it doesn't matter much what you call them. I think relationships need more mystery and less history.

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"Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are." - Kurt Cobain

elph's picture

Safest...

...Don't refer to them. They are not like notches carved on a rifle stock!

For you... the relations that really count are those that are emotionally fulfilling, not those that you follow because of perceived societal pressures.

When you know who you are... be yourself!