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Don't give up, just give things a little more time. 4 33.33%
Give up and move on with your life. 5 41.67%
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Old 08-02-2012, 05:50 PM   #21
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Dude, I would stay away. First of all you scared me and I am a bouncer at a biker bar on weekends.
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You are at a good age to join the military and stop wasting your time with crap like this.
Very true. Good advice given here.
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Old 08-02-2012, 06:27 PM   #22
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They are correct that a gun forum is a bad place to get advice about a romance. But it really comes down to your long range intentions. If you are thinking about marriage, you have one really bad strike against you already. Take it from a guy that has been married over 54 years. That promise of "until death do you part" is not an easy one to keep. Married life has it's ups & downs & difference of religion is one of the biggest causes of problems. Even a difference of faith can be a serious obstacle & a total lack of faith by one partner can be devastating.

How would you want your kids raised? If you think you could change your beliefs, you better do it BEFORE you get to any serious relationship with her. For goodness sake, don't wait until you get so involved with her that it'll break your heart or her heart to find out you can't do it & especially don't wait until after marriage!

I wish you well in making the right decision.

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Old 08-02-2012, 07:22 PM   #23
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You want gun forum advice?... Don't shoot her!!!!













Even if she does take half your stuff and run off with the best man at your wedding.

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All I can say is, decide for yourself. If you truly think there is a chance at winning her over (no matter how slim), then go for it. Also, do what she said. Be her friend first, and see where it goes. The religious thing will probably put up some strong barriers too. All I can say about that is keep an open mind.
One last thing, I'd quit mentioning your crush to people, it always seems to turn out bad for you.

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I was going to advise you to move on with your life but then I realized you need to get a life first.

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Holy hell OP. just ask her if she wants to go to dinner. Whether she says yes or no at least you'll know. And also, try to keep your whole bit under 10 pages... Feel like I'm reading a novel...

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