Is long distance a death sentence?

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    Seahorse
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    How did YOU make it work?

    #901226
    avhaben
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    I pay AT&T 5 cents a minute for long distance.

    #901227
    popa_bar_abba
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    You are talking about a long distance romantic relationship?

    I think long term romantic relationships which aren’t marriage are a bad idea anyway, and long distance marriages sound like a terrible idea.

    #901228
    Seahorse
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    Why is it a bad idea?

    #901229
    avhaben
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    Ask military wives why it is bad.

    #901230
    uneeq
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    FaceTime. It solves EVERYTHING.

    #901231
    Torah613Torah
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    Yes, if your head is far away from your neck.

    #901232
    Seahorse
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    Is FaceTime any better than skype?

    #901233
    ZeesKite
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    “How did YOU make it work?”

    I suppose you’re directing the question to me. Capital “YOU”. Well, I didn’t make it to work. Unless you consider my keyboarding this reply to you “work”. In that case the answer is – by walking over to my computer.

    #901234
    lebidik yankel
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    I find google hangouts invaluable

    #901235
    ItcheSrulik
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    It costs me $15 on my awful rental plan.

    #901236
    147
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    Not a death sentence for people who own stock in airlines.

    #901237
    rebdoniel
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    Dating for any longer than a few dates to know whether you want to get married or not is a bad idea. A long distance engagement has pros and cons. It may force you to marry sooner, but it may complicate the chasuna planning process. It is a bad idea, and I wouldn’t recommend it, bichlal.

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    rebdoniel:

    “Dating for any longer than a few dates to know whether you want to get married or not is a bad idea.” No caveats? Any evidence, logic or argument? Have you experienced it? What compels you to make such a bizarre statement?

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