Technically we met in 1994... in elementary school.
We dated in middle school and broke up and became good friends.
We didn't date again until he graduated from college and moved back to our home town.
we met in georgia where we worked together about 3 years ago now
I didn't know what to click we met while we were in high school and we both had a secret crush on eachother and 16 years later facebook brought us together and we started dating. We're going on 2 years now.
Technically we met in 1994... in elementary school. We dated in middle school and broke up and became good friends. We didn't date again until he graduated from college and moved back to our home town.
I met my partner in college but he was dating someone for a couple of years while I enjoyed a single life dating here and there. We casually hooked up before graduation day and spent a short amount of time together.
Several letters, a couple of visits, and a year later, we're living in the same city again and enjoying a very vibrant and healthy relationship together.
When I think back, the story of how we met, the fact that both of us fell for the other and have built such a solid relationship is just amazing to me. Neither of us had much dating experience when we were young, so we just learned together. It's special.
I just wanted to see how many long term relationships started young.
Started dating the end of high school. Did college in our home town, but when it came time to go off to grad school, we both decided it was time to marry or cut bait. We decided to get married. 32 years later, I think we made a pretty good choice, no matter that we WERE very young.
We did date a few other people in college....we were "best buddies" actually...so we had NO secrets (since we were the pal we told all our dirty secrets to)!!!!
I met my boyfriend in college, we've been together two years. I had dated my ex from sophomore year of high school until my junior year of college. We were one of the last couples from our group of friends in high school to break up, but we did and damn was it time for it. We just weren't the same people we were back then.