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Is Anything Wrong With Dating Online Or Via Phone?

hi everyone,

what do u think about online dating and phone dating. because in recent years, that has gained much ground in dating.

infact i have dated many girls via this means and everything went fine b4 some shits

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All dating is the same.It doesn't matter where you meet e.g church,club,gym,market,school,bank,bus or internet.There will always be people who give false information about themselves whether you meet them online or face to face.Someone that's down to earth will tell you as it is from the get go.I've been in a relationship with someone i met online since January 2007 and we are still tight till today so what gives? It doesn't matter where you meet.It's what comes after that matters. After all, it's human beings you are talking to and not software.

In between, i never used to take it serious too myself in the past.

End of!

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Dating online or on the phone can work for you or against you depending on the person you are involved with. Period!

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online dating is not Sweet, bco physician is very Sweet.

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There is nothing really wrong with it, Infact the best relationship i ve ever had was online,we met online and later saw in person,and since then we ve been going strong,the thing there is that People tell too many lies on net,If u dey live for A.J,say so,If u no finish school,say so, So if both parties are honest when they meet,they might click.

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Hi this is Nancy now a days dating is a common topic to the people any country this is very common but the youngsters are attracted to this.Now a days marriage day s are so many up and downs. some people they leave happy but some

people they do not spend their life without happy. so dating is useful that type of people.

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Hi this is Nancy now a days dating is a common topic to the people any country this is very common but the youngsters are attracted to this.Now a days marriage day s are so many up and downs. some people they leave happy but some

people they do not spend their life without happy. so dating is useful that type of people.

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which guy u refering to?

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online dating?

yeah.it should be

but shouldnt get

into ur head!!!

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see? a perfect example of the risks involved in online dating, if you had not been gud enuf to post your wowo pix, the lady on the other side might still be day-dreaming about her Will Smith

but i'm sure the moment she sees this picture i'm looking at, your fate will be sealed which apparently will be g2h!!!!!!

lol

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this guy is still available

who is ready to give a chance?

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no answer to dat question?

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what is this picture doing here?

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there is nothing wrong in doing that

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online dating is nonsense! my cousine just tasted the bitter pill yesterday

after spending so much calling the girl, and imagining what she looks like, they finally met,

and it dawned on him that girl wasn't what he expected to see

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how or of wat good is phone kissing,smooching or sex?

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How do you call it dating when u have not seen the person and may never see the person. Abeg make una wake up no allow cultures which evolved from sad and depressed people to take hold of una.

All these nonsense forms developed because of . . .

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nawahooooooooooooo i dont think any thing is wrong with on line dating in fact i need ona this is my number 08036655964 or olathunder2@yahoo.com

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Online dating is heartache and more heartaches.

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A LOT IS WRONG WITH ONLINE DATING.SOMETIMES YOU END UP SPENDING ALL YOUR CREDITS CALLING THE OPPOSITE SEX ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU ARE A MALE LIKE ME.

I TRIED IT BUT IT DIDN'T GO WELL.

I AM ALWAYS AT THE DISADVANTAGE SIDE OF THE GAME.

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personally, i cant date someone av never seen or which i may not see, the first thing is to see the person first and decide whether I will date him or not

their is a clear difference between phone or chat conversations and face to face conversations, lets get real, i believe what the phone or the site is only doing is to link you up then it is ur responsibility to go an extra mile by seeing the person and assessing the person, it is the eye that can really say what can be enough for the belle

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Well, i have nothing much to say execept that online dating speaks for itself. assuming you get linked with someone like me: brutal and ugly on one side, romantic and sweet-tongued(don't mind my vocab)on the other side. you might enjoy the online part but one day, fowl yansh go blow-you go see the dated demon!!!!!

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even face to face communication, people still decieve, lie and cheat. i agree with the rest.

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when, it has negative effect and positive respectively, but if your a Muslim, try to ask the Brother having knowledge abut Islam. Because nothing left without mention in Qurian and shunna.

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@ topic

I dont see how any one could do that

it is futile , u might as well keep him / her as a pen pal nothing more

for example , i smoke on the phone and tell my sisters i dont

how do they know? how can they help me out?

you cannot really know a person until u can see that person frequently

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I wont really advise some1 to be dating online or on the phone. There's nothing like face 2 face to communication. Besides a guy can be dating you and many others online, and vice versa. It's always good not to get carried away. I have met a whole lot of great friends online, so i agree that u can meet people anywhere. On the other hand, its not very advisable to be dating some1 online, you can meet the person online, but don't start dating him/her till u see face 2 face. Pictures are very misleading u know, and it's insanity to be dating a voice, fine voice might not be fine person; so like i said and i'll say it again, meet someone offline before you start dating him/her and don't get carried away. Emotions as we well know are fickle, so thread carefully!

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@topic. Nothing wrong in it.

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They are all means of communication and interaction so i don't see anything wrong in it. Infact its more fun and adventurous due to the fact u don't know who is on the other side till u both agree on a blind date.

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Nothing is wrong with it. We can meet people anywhere and pick interest. I prefer online dating becos i cud tell whats on his mind with the words he types. Its an avenue that promotes total honesty although we have some natural born liars in our midst.

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u 4 say make he dey do am through phone on internet now

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SULIAG u r a moda 4ka so u wan 4k online abi u knw wantin una go do am via fone one net nd if na net u go need gigabyte internet speed kpakororo like u

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there is one major problem with online dating particularly for a f--k seeker-it hardly gets to a logical conclusion-that is you hardly ever get to f--k each other.that's the damn thing about it.

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keep the responce coming

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answer that question now

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what do u mean guy.

because u re dating on phone or visaa net then u need to be prayerful?

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there is nothing wrong as long as you are very prayerful and protective of the information you give out don't trust anybody even yourself ohhhhhhhhhhh this is 9ja

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Online dating is heartache and more heartaches.

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INTERNET dating continues to grow in popularity worldwide. As the preceding article in this series discussed, Internet romances may blossom quickly, but they often wither when reality sets in.# Still, there is a greater cause for concern than mere disappointment. Dating in this fashion may put you in serious danger—whether physical, emotional, or spiritual.

How can something that looks so innocent and safe—a computer terminal right in your own home—actually present a danger to you? Some of the dangers are related to an important Bible principle. The apostle Paul wrote: “We wish to conduct ourselves honestly in all things.” (Hebrews 13:18) Now, this is not to suggest that it is dishonest to use the Internet or even that using the Internet will make you dishonest. However, we must recognize that other people often are not honest and that as the quotations at the outset of this article illustrate, the Internet seems to make certain kinds of dishonesty easier to practice and harder to detect. And when it comes to romantic attachments, dishonesty presents terrible dangers.

For example, note the kind of dishonesty described in this Bible verse: “I have not sat with men of untruth; and with those who hide what they are I do not come in.” (Psalm 26:4) What is meant by “those who hide what they are”? Some Bible translations here read “hypocrites.” As one reference work notes, this expression can be applied to “those who hide their purposes or designs from others, or who conceal their real character and intentions.” How is such dishonesty practiced on the Internet? And what dangers does this present to those who are looking for romance?

Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

A father named Michael was alarmed to learn at a seminar that a large proportion of children disobey parental rules against visiting dangerous Web sites. “What troubled me even more,” he says, “was the shocking realization that craddle-robbers can use the Internet to lure minors into debased sexual activities.” When youths use the Internet to meet new people, they can be in far more danger than they realize.

Indeed, there have been news reports of adult sexual predators who pretend to be youths as they prowl the Internet seeking to prey on young ones. According to one study, “one-in-five kids who uses the Internet has been solicited for sex.” One newspaper also stated that 1 child in 33 between ages 10 and 17 were “aggressively stalked” through computer conversations.

Some young people have found, to their surprise, that the “youth” with whom they shared a budding romance over the Internet was actually an adult prison inmate. Other young ones have unwittingly become involved with sexual predators. These vile people first “groom” a prospective victim, building trust through friendly on-line chat. In time, though, they seek to meet in person in order to carry out their perverted desires. Tragically, young people have been beaten, Molested, and even murdered as a result.

Wicked people do, indeed, “hide what they are” in order to find victims on the Internet. Such predators might remind you of Jesus’ illustration about false prophets who “come to you in sheep’s covering” but in truth are like “ravenous wolves.” (Matthew 7:15) Anonymous communication through the Internet can make it almost impossible to see through such deception. “When you talk with someone in person,” says George, quoted earlier, “you may learn something from his facial expressions and the tone of his voice. But on the Internet you don’t get any of that. It’s easy to be fooled.”

Wise, indeed, is the Bible’s advice: “Shrewd is the one that has seen the calamity and proceeds to conceal himself, but the inexperienced have passed along and must suffer the penalty.” (Proverbs 22:3) Granted, not everyone you meet over the Internet is a dangerous predator. However, there are additional ways in which people “hide what they are.”

The Dangers of Deception and Secrecy

Not surprisingly, a common practice among those seeking romance on the Internet is to exaggerate or invent good traits and to minimize or conceal serious faults. Further, The Washington Post quoted an author as saying: “Internet dating can be bad because people get deceived.” It adds: “People often switch sexes. . . . Income levels, . . . race, criminal records, mental health histories and marital status often remain secret long into relationships.” To warn others, many people have reported painful experiences of being misled by Internet dates.

Will people lie about something as important as their own spiritual side? Sadly, yes—some claim to be true Christians when they are not. Why all the deception? Again, one factor is that the Internet makes it easy. A young man from Ireland named Sean admits: “It’s very easy to pretend to be something you’re not when you’re typing onto a computer screen.”

Many people take all this deception lightly, rationalizing that it is only natural to lie a little bit when embarking on a romance. Remember, though, that God hates lying. (Proverbs 6:16-19) And for good reason. Much of the pain and misery in this world stems from lying. (John 8:44) Dishonesty is the worst possible basis for any relationship, especially one that is intended to lead to a lifelong union. Worse, dishonesty is a spiritual danger; it damages the liar’s relationship with Jehovah God.

Sadly, some young people have fallen into another sort of dishonesty. They have pursued relationships using the Internet and have hidden the fact from their parents. For example, the parents of a teenage son were startled one day when a young woman who did not share the family’s Christian beliefs arrived unexpectedly at their home after traveling over 1,000 miles [1,500 km]. Their son had been dating her on-line for six months, but they knew nothing about her existence until that moment!

“How could this happen?” the parents asked. They thought, ‘Our son could not possibly have fallen for someone whom he had never met in person.’ In fact, their son had been deceiving them—in effect, hiding what he really was. Would you not agree that such deceptions are a poor foundation for a courtship?

Choosing the Real Over the Virtual

Internet dating may present other dangers. In some cases, an on-line friend can become more real than the people whom you see each day. Family, friends, and responsibilities become secondary. A young woman named Monika, in Austria, says: “I started to neglect important relationships because I spent much time on the computer with people I met on-line.” Troubled by this insight, she decided to quit using the Internet that way.

A young couple meeting face-to-face

When it comes to courtship, there is no substitute for meeting face-to-face

Of course, many are able to make balanced use of the Internet. Communication by E-mail can be a very helpful way to stay in touch with friends and loved ones. Surely you would agree, though, that nothing is quite the same as face-to-face contact. If you are “past the bloom of youth”—the time when sexual desires are at their peak—and are interested in marriage, you are facing one of the most important choices you will make in your life. (1 Corinthians 7:36) By all means, make a responsible decision.

The Bible advises: “Anyone inexperienced puts faith in every word, but the shrewd one considers his steps.” (Proverbs 14:15) Rather than believing all that is written to you by someone you have never met, consider your steps carefully. It is far wiser to initiate meeting and making friends in person. Find out if you are truly compatible, especially when it comes to your spiritual goals and values. Such a courtship can lead to a truly happy marriage.

* Some of the names have been changed

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