Latest post of the previous page:Ohhh....yeah. I've had emotionally abusive friends online too...I know it hurts.
onyxmoon wrote:I have never dated another goth in all my life...I find that without the difference in personality the relationship lacks the spark....flame not sure ( But I know you all get what I'm talking about.) And that when I have tried to date other goths we both just end up bored; do to not having any new experiences to try together. I don't mean to say that we don't do things together; but it wasn't new. We would go out to see a concert but it was people we had already both seen and heard. On the flip side, when I've dated non-goths its means more to me personally, all the things we do together are new for both of us. So in conclusion I find that,for me, dating goth or other alternative peoples just doesn't give me what I'm looking for.(Does this answer the question i think it does but am not sure.)
banshi wrote:Just got dumped by the non-goth girl. She said that she was bored of me and that I was to gothy for her tastes...bitch.
I also have a wired mix of friends. One is a punk but quite likes heavy metal/biker metal another likes dub step,drum step and drum and bass. the other one doesn't know what he likes.
Night Mare wrote: "...we have the same taste in music, movies and fashion. It is refreshing to be able to be myself with someone. Most of our friends are not goth and honestly it often becomes tiresome... They complain about our tastes and many have even stopped hanging out with us. We live in the 'burbs and we are in our 30's so finding others like us is really hard to do. My best friends aren't goth, but at lest have an appreciation for a few similar things and can find our eccentricities entertaining.
Still, I often wonder what it would be like to have friends that were really into the same things we are."
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