>after a long campaign of working and waiting, oneitis says yes when i ask her out
>at first think it's just going to be an awkward relationship
>she and i are literally a perfect combination
>inb4 used goods
>she's a virgin, she has proven this to me
>mention jokingly at start of relationship that all i really want in life is a kiss on the cheek from her
>we are hanging out in this abandoned lot
>talking really deeply with each other
>gets quiet for a few minutes
>"come closer anon, i gotta tell you a secret!"
>confused, but lean it so she can whisper
>kisses me on the cheek
>in complete shock and happiness
>after we talk a bit more, work up all my courage and kiss her on the lips
>expect her to be mad or disgusted
>kisses me back
>we start to passionately make out for half an hour
I've made it brobots. I'm finally free from this board. This is a farewell post.
I'm four years into something similar, don't listen to these useless fucks, you can make it. Just please, don't fuck this up, I don't want to have to read your "Guys... I shat in the bed and screamed about tendies and now she won't talk to me" post in 6 months time.
Two months from now, she breaks up with you. She's interested in women too (hence virgin) and wants to explore that part of her sexuality. She doesn't tell you any of this at the time, however, instead just cutting off intimacy.
OP here, the one downside of this is that all of my friends disowned me, as this was my crazy ex-friend's ex-gf (they dated for like 4 months, he was obsessive and psychotic about her as fuck, but my group of friends didn't care)
My oneitis liked him, but he was fucking clingy to an amount that cannot be physically described. He would guilt her with meme depression (fake depression) and shit like that, and would always be paranoid about her leaving him, so i waited until she broke up with him to make my move.
>Why did it take so long for them to break up?
Women regularly stay with physically abusive men for years because they're "too scared to leave" or they "believed they could change him" (despite the existence of plenty of shelters for them). I don't know that this is something that needs asking, it's just something women do.
Oh she knew, but she's really nice and wanted to keep giving him chances until she had enough. Yeah, I liked her for like three years prior to this and it hurt like all fuck when I learned that they were together.
Whatever you do, don't get too complacent too soon. Have good communication and make sure you both understand what you both want, be open with her and she will be open with you and you will have a very meaningful relationship. I once had what you had and I screwed it up.
I got really complacent after 2 months as it is actually a decent amount of work to mantain a relationship. She would still text me very very often and it just really annoyed me. We didn't have great communication about what we wanted in the relationship so I think she took me texting less often as me not caring. I also think that this may have led her to believing I was only in it for the sex, witch was completely untrue.
For you my biggest advice is to always know what both of you want in the relationship, and always tell her how you feel, and encourage her to tell you how she feels. Also remember to have fun, seriously, if it's not enjoyable it won't last.
You give hope to the rest of us tortured souls anon, farewell anon.
>I'm finally free from this board.
Good one OP. That's rich.