Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Dear Tina - Online Dating

by +Tina Cruris
Dear Tina, I am a 17 year old boy, living in Ohio, and I have just started an online relationship with a 16 year old girl from Pennsylvania called Sarah. We have been chatting for a few months now and she says she wants to meet with me to take our relationship to the next level. This sounds like a very exciting prospect to me, but I have a number of issues which I need to overcome before I can accomplish this. Would you please give me some advice and maybe some guidance since I have no-one else to ask about this kind of situation.

First, what do you think Sarah means by "take our relationship to the next level"?
Second, what is the best way to tell my parents that I want to go to Pennsylvania to meet with a girl?
Third, how does a 17 year old Amish boy explain to his parents that he met her on the internet?

Sincerely, Samuel

Thanks for the email, Samuel. I am pleased that you took the time to write and ask my opinion. Let me tackle your questions in the order in which you asked them.

To take a relationship to the next level can mean a number of different things to a number of different people. In your case it could be something as simple as meeting in real life to see if the online relationship could translate to a real life one. 

It could also mean that she wants to meet up and have lots of wild, animal sex with you, but don't get your hopes up. This could also be a weird guy pretending to be a girl, who preys on the young and naive and has a perversion for Amish boys, and wants to have lots of wild, animal sex with you.

You should consider using a recognized dating site rather than internet chat rooms or craigslist to find a date. Try using Amish Amour in the future, it's a trusted site.

Amish Amour, a dating website
Amish Amour, not to be confused with Amish Armoire
Secondly, assuming that your parents are also Amish, I would just came straight out and tell them and take your beating and exclusion like a man. They will find out eventually and it will just be worse if you have been lying to them.

Thirdly, you have enough problems with number 2 to worry about explaining the internet, computers and even electricity to your parents.

Let me know how this works out for you, Samuel, so our readers can follow your exciting story.

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