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  1. So I did find one other thread in this forum that mentioned online relationships, as in having a loving girlfriend that you've only ever played Everquest with and only meet at conventions. But this topic is a little different: Here, I'm mainly referring to the type of site that you use to find someone that fits your "profile", and then arrange meetings with them based on nothing but fields on a profile. As a kid, through cultural absorbtion, I came under the opinion that online dating sites, like clubs, and many other "arranged" forms of meeting people for romance, tend to end in failure - both participants are actively searching for a relationship with some longing expectations, and an all-too-high likelihood that they'll accept something that wasn't "meant to be". The strongest relationships tend to come from people who weren't expecting it, or didn't even really have an idea of what to look for. ("Well, I never would have considered a master of pottery as a partner,!") As some more people I know and respect have turned to those sites, I've kind of wondered if it's time to re-evaluate my viewpoint. I tend to spend time on the internet because it's harder to form relationships in real life - not because I value online communication over personal communication. Still, I'm wondering if the fact that you eventually meet in person means it could end in something special.
  2. So, what is your ideal date guys and gals? For me, it is a lunch at a coffee cafe or a hike around a beautiful nature-walk area!
  3. All right after successfully paring up users and I decided to make a thread where I give advice on crushes. If you have a forum or real life crush, come to me and I'll give you crush advice on how to talk to them. If the crush is on the forums, you can choose to say their name or just keep the crush anonymous. You might think this thread is similar to the special some pony thread. The difference is this is more for advice on how to talk to your crush or get to second base with them or how your crush life is, So ask away!
  4. I'm starting to not see what's so special about being romantically in love with someone. I mean about more than half of romantic couples either break up with each other or divorce each other, while most platonic best friends remain friends until death. So I'm starting to think that having a platonic best friend is a lot better than having a romantic partner or spouse is.
  5. Hi there! My name is Lovestruck, Ponyville's very own matchmaker, love doctor, and overall expert on all things romantic! My hometown may be my top priority, but when I heard I could spread my love expertise here as well I just couldn't say no! So, go on and ask me anything at all. I'll do my best to help in all matters of the heart <3
  6. What do you value in a person more when in a serious relationship? Their physical appearance or their personality and behavior? Of course that means if you value personality over appearance you don't need to reject the latter. For me, i look for desired personal similarities, intelligence, and similar interests more than physical attractiveness, that being said, it's always a plus if i come across someone who inhibits both positive traits
  7. This has been bugging me as of late and I think it's worth discussing. I'm participating in the "Finding your special somepony thread," and one of the arguments against such dating programs is that we need to let love "come to us." We shouldn't search for love and we need to just let it come with time. Some believe searching for love is a fruitless effort and that true love must be a spontaneous crossing of fates. I don't believe that. After all, people being open to relationships at all requires some amount of effort. If people put no effort in at all, not only would opportunities for love pass us by, but all opportunities in life PERIOD would pass us by. Life takes effort, simple as that. So with that said, if people are open to love, then on some level, whether conscious or not, they are looking for love. So the question then goes from "is it appropriate to look for love?" to "How much effort is appropriate in looking for love?" And if that's the case, then how much effort is appropriate is up to the individual. Some people need more, some people need less. It's all up to the person's circumstances, and if that requires using online dating, so be it. And how do we know that looking for love isn't simply part of fate, as well? TL;DR - Everyone (whether consciously or unconsciously) looks for love to one degree or another. Thoughts?
  8. I'm going to put this here but if it is wrong then let me know. I just curious for all you taken Colts and Fillies out there. How did you meet your special Somepony? was it because of the Fandom or did you know Him/Her before? I ask because I recently decided it was time for me to try dating again and I'm interested in how you all met each other.
  9. This is just meant to be fun to do. Post some things about yourself and see if someone would date you. I'll start: 1. I am somewhat of a nerd. I love Pokemon and MLP FiM. 2. I love animals. I work at an animal hospital and I love riding my horse. 3. I hate flying, I get motion sickness easily, and I love being really really lazy. 4. I have panic disorder and manic depressive disorder. 5. I live in a farming community and I'm not afraid to get dirty
  10. Well, I've really been recently thinking a LOT about love. Why? Well, because I've been having the feeling that I need a man to love. A man I can depend on, a steady shoulder to lean on. I know that I'm not the best candidate for a lover, and I never have been. I'm definitely not a looker for sure, and I have my fair share of issues. But here goes, a description of my ideal boyfriend, by how important the specific traits are to me... I know I already posted most of this in a thread before, but I'm going to get into other things I didn't get into there. NECESSARY He has to love me for who I am. I know it's nice to be able to find a guy who also likes my appearance (well my lack of a decent one may make that a little bit of a challenge...), but it's much more important that he is really fine with dating an absurdly skinny nerd that has almost no dexterity, is more than likely autistic, and has anxiety and depression issues. He has to be at least 16 years old at the moment. I don't want to have to deal with parents that are too concerned if they're dating another dude that's more than 5 years older than they are... Even 16 is iffy though... GOOD TO HAVE He and I should share a few interests. My interests include: Cartoons, particularly Steven Universe, MLP, Rick and Morty, and We Bare Bears. Also I'm really enjoying Hazbin Hotel as of now. Video Games, particularly Super Smash Bros., Mario games, Paladins/Overwatch, and Borderlands/Fallout. Tabletop arena games, like Heroclix. I'm developing my own, you know! Science Fiction, including things like Star Trek and the Twilight Zone. Music. I personally played the Tuba in band for years... So you know I'm more than capable (I'm sick...) Pixar movies. I'm sorry, but if you don't like Finding Nemo or Toy Story, you more than likely won't like me. He should respect my space. I'm extremely introverted and at times I just have to be away from people. Even people I'm really close to... He needs to have a good heart. I couldn't date an intolerant jerk, because I love people that love me. It's just the way I work. He's got to be a little bit perverted... Trust me when I say that I'm very much that way... though it's been getting tamer recently. It would be great if his viewpoints were similar enough to mine. I don't want to have an argument about stuff every 5 minutes. I mean it is nice to disagree on a couple of things, but that definitely has its limits. I'll tell you that I'm a bit left on politics and my viewpoints on things are far from conservative. Although I share some viewpoints with conservatives. He needs to be able to start a conversation with me. I have huge issues with starting a dialogue with other people. It helps if he can make me laugh sometimes. I know that I don't have much of a sense of humor, but I like being humored to a degree. He has to have some level of intelligence. I think that I have an IQ of around 135-140, so I'm not sure I could handle a dope well... PREFERRED PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES (Not that important) A few inches taller than me (around 6' maybe). I don't mean to seem racist, but I prefer white men. I had a crush from a video game for a little bit who happens to be black, though. Not overly muscular. or fat. Neither looks that good in my opinion. Yet again, I'll say this isn't too important so... Yeah. I don't have much of a preference for age, but I'd like a man around my age. Like teens or early twenties. So there it is, I guess... I don't know what else to say here, other than I'm still open to the idea of an open relationship, it's not a must anymore I don't think.
  11. It seems like more couples break up in college than they do in high school.
  12. I dated one of my best female friends before, but it didn't end up working out between us. And after we broke up, we weren't friends with each other anymore. To me, if you date a bestfriend, you are risking losing them as a bestfriend if you end up breaking up with them. I have seen it happens a lot of times. So I personally wouldn't recommend dating one of your bestfriend if you are not willing to risk losing them as a bestfriend. I however have seen some people who dated someone that was a bestfriend to them before they started dating them, and it worked out for them. So that's why I think it's a hit or miss type of thing. However I still think that becoming friends with someone, and then start dating them, and then have them become your bestfriend is the best way to be in a romantic relationship with someone that you would consider your bestfriend.
  13. Nearly all of my friends who dating someone (when they were as young as 18 years old) ended up breaking up with that person later on in the future. So when almost all of my friends dating someone at 18 years old, they never stayed with them long enough to get married with them or to have kids with them or both. So why is it whenever someone (about as young as 18 years old) start dating someone, that they will most likely break up with them sometime in the future?
  14. Just a random thought I had. I was wondering which personalities are attracted to each other. For example, out of the mane 6 I'm like Rainbow Dash, but out of all ponies I'm more like Scootaloo (I think I'm less arrogant). But if I would date a pony, I would date Rarity...and RD and Rarity are the opposite sides of the spectrum. What do you guys think? What pony are you most like, and who would you date?
  15. Topic name says it all. Thread created for Atheists to meet, greet and mingle. Religious? I don't care, you're welcome, too. But this thread is mainly for Atheists, just keep that in mind. I'm not that interested myself, though I am considering finding a girl soon, seeing all the couples forming where ever I hang out.
  16. Real talk, would you actually go out with an Equestrian? Like if they were a real race of sentient, magical creatures would you give it a shot at an inter-species relationship?
  17. Here it is! After 2 days of waiting, wishing, wanting, dying, and becoming resurrect, I've finally experienced just about all of PonyCrush, minus the. . . crush part. Let me just start by saying, PonyCrush is a million times better than BronyMate. Yes, PonyCrush is a newer site, but at least you don't have to pay for everything (something I learned when walking into the Br0nyM8 Q&A). Seriously, a year long subscription is about 250 bucks! Who's gonna pay for that? "Ahem," *bows with respect* "I believe it is time for our feature presentation" So will Reality Pubics finally reach his destiny? To find a lover who will understand his idiotic lifestyle, messy room, and explore badlands of RP's accomplishments? Will he truly find his soul mate under the consistent hail fire of FiMFiction Critics? And finally, will RePub finally find someone to call his own? For life and forever? For the love of mares? Will Applejack, his beloved fiance', get upset? (No, she won't. I'm sorry bby, plz forgive meh. I had to do it for the blog! I'll do your side of the chores! I'll. . . massage your back! I'll. . . stay up late and help you with the animals! I'll. . .) With the theater aside, PonyCrush was quite the experience. No, there wasn't much to do there (at least for a new user), but there was definitely a feeling of unity between the small division of bronies who have bound together in order to get laid. Again, it's a small site that opened only a year ago, which was something that surprised even me. But many of you aren't here to listen to me "review" the site. After all, the purpose of this blog is to retell experiences and life stories that've happened to me in the past. So let's get started. Dawn of the First Day: 72 Hours Remain Last Sunday, October 23rd, I was bored and wanted to leave the weekend with a bang. I hadn't really done anything, so I had a good reason to wish. Doing so, I called up my friend (the same from the "G3 Drinking Game," read it if you haven't [it's pretty good]) and asked what he was up to. Small talk occurred for a good 12 minutes before we both suffered in the silence of awkward timing. Eventually, I got the idea of going back to my older blog entries (when it was all about computers and somewhat better titles) and had a revelation about my first post. It was about "BronyMate," a site I hadn't forgotten. So for the memories' sake, I visited the site in wonder if they were still up. Seeing they were, I took a dip into the Q&A, finding the "subscription policy". I mentioned it to my friend and he linked me to TootsieRoll's video on Brony dating sites. Near the end of the video, I learned of an alternate site dubbed, "PonyCrush", which I had never heard of. I decided to check it out and, because of my desire to write a new blog entry, I jumped into the action. Setting up an account was easy and definitely less demanding than BronyMate (asking for zip codes and crap. Who does that?). However, about halfway through setting up my profile, I discovered the 16 Personalities test; which, I'm sure most of you have heard of. If not, it's a test that determines what your personality type is, or in my case, how big a jerk I am. The test went smoothly and took about 20 minutes to do (considering I was slouching around the entire time), which wasn't bad. Turns out I'm a "Debater", which translates to "Douche bag who over analyzes things and gets into arguments over silly situations". What a big surprise. My friend actually took notes of the first day. If you'd like a bit of random, funny crap, be sure to check it out in the attachments (don't worry, it's txt). Oh, profanity warning, though. Just to. . . uh. . . warn you. So when my account was all good and done, it looked a little something like this: Because Pictures that are upside down, are automatically funny. Anyway, the rest of the night was a bit bland. We just lurked around the site and sang shanties all night. What a world, ya better leave her, Johnny. Dawn of the Second Day: 36 Hours Remain The Second day was much like the first, sitting around and waiting. I did, however, meet someone (not a lover) who refused to talk (he probably didn't get my message) to me after my third PM. How convenient. I think the only thing different about Day 2 was that I changed my profile pic and added a bit more info. It's a picture of my OC and can be found on the MLPForum OC Archives with the name, "Rebus Noteworthy". He's the most unoriginal piece of work I've ever crafted. Sadly, this day, like the rest, don't have notes. Such a shame. I guess that leaves me to my final day. . . Night of the Final Day: 6 Hours Remain Well, not really 6 hours, but you get the parody. I think the 3rd day is where I had the most activity. Mainly because I lurked around a bit more, counted how many "mares" there are to "stallions" (which, by the way, is only 17 pages out of 72), and made a good comment! (Adding one more pony to my "friends list") Along with a bit of commenting, I also had the honor of advising the site to advertise a bit more. How exciting! (not. Though I did get some agreement) Moon Fell. Let's all go home and press reset. All in all, I find PonyCrush to be a nice little community of sad sobbing singles whose only desire is to gang-"nuzzle" the 2 females who ever come online. Though, I still feel the site has a bit more potential. No, I'm not sponsored by PonyCrush or anything. Heck, they still don't know I exist. But I still think if you want that extra boost of togetherness and crippling loneliness (because one dose is never enough), feel free to check it out in the link below. (Oh, you can find my lack-luster profile down there, too. It's quite a trip.) I'll probably keep my PonyCrush account live (and potentially active), so if you're in the area, give me a holler and let me know the Forums sent ya! -Reality Publishing (signing out) PonyCrush: My Lack Luster Profile: Again, profanity. Enjoy at your own risk Visualboy Thingy Update.txt SEASON 3 FINALE (PART 2) http://
  18. I think that it would be pretty difficult to walk away from BronyCon with a girlfriend, since its only three days. What do you all think?
  19. They say that age is just a number. I have met a couple (they're my friends now) where the lady is still single because she hasn't married yet, is 34 years old and the man is 20 years old whereby the man's eldest brother who's about 31 or 30 years old opposing their relationship. One thing about them: the woman even at the age of 34, looks like she is twenty years old (or somewhere in the twenties) when the man's brother, while he's younger than the woman, looks like he's in his late thirties. Interesting part of the situation is that the young man was the one who initiated the relationship with the woman. From my observation of the couple, the man's maturity is more than his eldest brother's maturity level. At first, even we didn't know that the man is far younger than her because his personality is like he's around thirty years old. This is just an example of the case, there are many other couple cases like this out there. What do you think, should the eldest brother interfere with his younger bro's relationship? How should the couple handle the situation?
  20. Hi Everypony!! If you want to read some stories about the couples of Equestria check out my story First Dates! I hope you enjoy! I plan on writing more in the future just so you know!
  21. For all of you in search of the threads for finding your special somepony on the forum, you're having a difficult time locating them because they have been removed. Since their inception, these threads have caused trouble for staff and regular members alike. Sometimes they simply left us scratching our heads wondering what the hell just happened, or why Member X and Member Y are now duking it out with half a dozen friends trying to be referees, or what's up with some creep exhibiting stalker-like behavior. On the surface, these threads may look innocuous enough to most participants and passersby. Just a bunch of members in search of that “special somepony,” no cause for concern. Seems rather sweet, in fact. You'd be correct in thinking this most of the time. There's no denying that some good, enduring relationships have blossomed as a result of them. Even a few romances that ended have transformed into longstanding friendships. The flip side of this is that quite a few “lovers' quarrels” have erupted as well. Some spats quite serious; some extremely petty. Why does this concern anyone besides those couples? Why not just punish those causing the problems and leave the thread alive for everyone else? Conflicts of this nature often affect more than those who instigated it. On several occasions, people having a fight resulting in the demise of their relationship have managed to get a handful of their friends involved. Friends who don't know how to react or respond, but are now placed in a very uncomfortable situation with volatile people who may lash out at them too if they don't handle the situation appropriately. Nobody here needs to find themselves trapped like that, afraid of saying or doing the wrong thing or nothing at all for fear of retaliation or losing an emotionally compromised friend. Nobody needs to be forced into choosing which of two friends they can keep when those two lose their affections for one another. Quite frankly, this sort of behavior is often stupid and childish. Given the number of people on this forum who are technically children mitigates the element of surprise, but that doesn't change the fact that this is all supremely obnoxious, a total waste of the staff's time, and that dozens of ordinary bystanders shouldn't have to pay for it. The staff, and I daresay everyone else on this forum, have better things to do than mediate intimate bickering of this magnitude. First and foremost, this is a fan site for bronies, not a dating site. Although we've allowed threads for that purpose to exist for a time, it has now become detrimental to our goal of providing the fandom a safe and hospitable social hub. It's time for them to go. But wait, there's more! Bad as all of that can be, we've got one more reason eclipsing it: predation. A few members have come and gone (often through a ban) with... dishonorable intentions. Soliciting personal information, knowingly making unwelcome sexual advances, and all of this typically to multiple members in a spammy fashion and regardless of whatever instructions or reprimands they're given. As tired as a few members are of being creeped upon, we're tired of dealing with creeps. These aren't the kind of people we want on this site, and harboring threads that attract them like flies to honey isn't particularly wise. Futhermore, we've had to have a few conversations with angry parents over this, particularly when their kid gets into a relationship with an adult here. Is it even our responsibility though, you may be asking? Shouldn't the parents take responsibility for what their children are doing online and stop expecting forum administrators to raise their kids instead, so everyone else here can do as they please in a responsible fashion? I, personally, say yes, and to any irresponsible parents out there: get off your lazy asses and stop blaming other people for your failures as a mother/father. That said, the fact remains that they do contact us, and we have to talk to them about whatever concerns them, and we have to start monitoring their kid and whoever they're interacting with to make sure nobody tries arranging a meeting or swapping some naughty pictures or what have you. We aren't equipped or staffed properly for such a task, nor should we even have to do this on a My Little Pony forum anyway. With the demise of these threads, things will hopefully mellow out for everyone. To those members that once enjoyed window shopping for a significant other, sorry for the inconvenience. You'll have to do things the old fashioned way... going out of your way to talk to people you encounter in your forum travels and putting a more concentrated effort into making their acquaintance. Sound harder? Kind of is. On the other hand, you may find the resulting relationships to be much more meaningful and enduring. Try to see this as an opportunity for personal growth rather than a hindrance.
  22. How do I find a single pegasister? Or how would anyone find a single pegasister or brony? I ask because Bronymate costs quite a bit. Is there are cheaper/free alternative?
  23. If anyone wants to help me out, feel free to do so. I hate to be a whiny bitch about things like this, but this is a problem I keep having, and I want it to go away.
  24. This is straight from the "You have got to be kidding me!" files. Long story short, a female comedian was tired of getting dumb, tasteless messages from males through online dating websites. She wanted to find out if it the most repulsive profile imaginable would get any responses. She said she was racist, a golddigger, lazy, obnoxious, and liked to kick cups out of homeless people's hands. I'm just hoping most of the guys who sent her a message realized it was a prank. In any event, she got about 150 responses.
  25. Would xenophilia take place in their world? What is xenophilia? It's the partnership of two sapient beings from different species, dating and whatnot. Think about it, there's more than one sapient species; like Diamond Dogs (I'm sure not all Diamond Dogs and their clans are jerks) griffons, dragons (I'm sure not all dragons are anti social) living on their planet. Of course, this is a kid's cartoon and not show like Mass Effect to deal with issues like this. I think xenophilia would happen if there's one than one sapient race on a planet, that or the strongest, most violent and warlike of the races subjugates and eventually commits genocide on them all.