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    Do Girls ever fall in love with loners???

    Do Girls ever fall in love with loners???

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    Yes, I did. The thing about a loner is that when they find that special person... it's like the only two people in that small little world.

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    A loner usually implies you dont talk or see people.

    I'd find it hard to strike up a conversation with a loner.

    More importantly i'd find it hard to fall in love with someone who doesnt talk.

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    Yes. I did in high school. He seemed mysterious...

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    Loner in the sense he doesnt have tonnes of friends, is quite introverted but still has lots of interests. Yes!

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    Yes, women fall in love with all types of people.

    However, you will have to make an effort to put yourself "out there" so to speak. You will need to put yourself in situations to meet women and talk with them so that they can see your personality and so they can fall in love with you.
    Those things in life that are worth doing are never easy.

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    yes i did!!and 5 years later we're still together
    Well, I won't give up on us , God knows i'm tough enough
    We've got a lot to learn, God knows we're worth it
    I won't give up on us, even if the skies get rough
    I'm giving you all my love, I'm still looking up

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    Yes...they ususally have all the character traits that I look for in a guy...

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    Guys do too. At least this guy does.

    Super-bubby OMG people exhaust me.
    I made this happen in my artistic ability.

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    Im basically a loner, I have only one out of family friend. Recently i've been flying places to take classes for college, theyre basically 2-3 weeks where i visit another school to do some program, this most recent one was training to be an EMT. Im not a very social person, but i told myself "i will make friends with everyone here". Turns out I did, lots of flirting, got asked for 3 relationships (that got akward) and i still talk to 14/19 students that were there. (only 3 actively)
    Problem is that none of them live in my town, they're scattered all across the state. So I dont keep face to face conversation with any of them. Im introverted in that I love my alone time, and I often have too much of it. Whenever I leave the house for whatever reason I try as hard as I can to just function, not solemnly but happily
    The internet also does wonders
    *edit* - I didnt take up any of the 3 girls that asked me out because I was leaving in 3 weeks, and I prefer long term relationships.
    There are only two things in life worth living for; cuddling, and cinnamon toast.

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