Jan 2014 - 56 sec - Uploaded by Canadas MiracleThis is my best friend Diana and I (Patty) and we met on Instagram 2012 (Diana's mom says. Jul 2015 - 4 min - Uploaded by wtf hemmingsmeeting my best friend for the first time. Anybody wanna be my internet best friend.
I did the same, but we almost didnt speak anything like 3 hours. I don't think a single one has been awkward. I even stopped off on a road trip to meet a guy I'd been chatting with for over 10 years. I flew across country to meet a guy I play video games with. I flew across the country to meet up with my WoW guild back in 2008. I know, this may sound weird to some of you.
He says he has his laptop in his bag and apparently Belgium was playing a football match that night which he wanted to see so he said let's go find a pub with free wi-fi. Her family was super nice, but she had a lot of issues I guess with wanting to do her own thing? Here are some tips for taking your friendship into offline mode.
Ended up talking on AIM a lot, and then MySpace for like a year.
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Turned out to be an ass 13-years old kid. Turns out 2 of them lived 2 of them lived around the corner from each other and I lived within 5 mile of 2 others. Two of them involved people who were overly religious.
We went to a Smash Bros thing, and Korusan and I became best friends over time talking over Facebook and IRC often, visiting whenever possible and referring to each other as brother/sister. We were BEST friends at the time online, but in person, we were completely different. We're now married with 2 children. We're still good friends to this day, and I tried to make it to her wedding in Arizona last year until I realized my cousin's wedding was the same weekend.
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- At the time I was the leader of a guild she was in on this website.
- Back then none of us were about sharing our real names, so I lost touch with everyone around 2004.
The first time I met up with my internet friend, my brother and my cousin followed us around the mall because they were suspicious about meeting people from the internet. The idea of talking to them over the phone or Skype for the first time was exciting and terrifying. The truth is, we're a pretty mellow bunch, so despite the copious amounts of liquor, we mostly chatted, sang songs of various degrees of appropriatness, and told jokes. This is a day we will both never forget.
I've never met him but we're talking about it though he's in Canada, and I would've met him last time I went up but he didn't want to drive from Toronto to Montreal. I've traveled to more than a few cities just to hang out with them, even after the webpage got shut down, because these friendships were and are real. I've witnessed people get married and start families with people who met there. If you don't hit it off, it is still possible to be online acquaintances.
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Honestly, since you talk to them almost everyday I never thought it was weird or awkward at all! How you doin' pidge. I am still friends with most of them after all of these years. I dated one or two of the people from there. I did also meet a WoW guildie a few years ago who lived in the same city as me.
- " I was just afraid her jokes would be corny.
- "I KNEW IT YOU SOUNDED AUSTRALIAN.
- (Incidentally, a guy I know from Smash, Cruxis, it turns out was close to all of these guys through SPP, and I had no idea.
- (The owner of that Sonic site, ChaosChao, I run into coincidentally in different fandoms and online communities every few years, but we've never met in person.
- Also, chances are you're hanging out in public anyway so why not?
- I have not met up with any online friends that I did not get along with.
- It was a little awkward, but that only lasted about 5 minutes and we all got along really well and talked about lots of things besides the game.
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Someone in London talking live to a random Australian kid in his Sydney suburban home? Still, it took me about 6 years to regain my taste for Sambuca. Sure, it's a little different and there will be a serious lack of funny.
No kidding, I can count the number of times I've been at home for the past 3 months on my left hand. Of course we started messaging in a flirty way (because what else would you do as a horny 17 year old). Once in the summer, once in the winter for one week at a time. One of the regulars, Iggi, I met at a Smash tournament, APEX 2015. One that stands out happened in February with a bunch of media types at a dark bar in Brooklyn that serves kitschy beach drinks.
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In 2007 I started going to Serebii's chat room, and became a moderator in 2009. In 2011 I let him crash at my apartment for a week, and we chilled the whole time. Internet friends meeting for the first time! It got kinda awkward when the first thing he said to me was, "Welcome to Society.
It tastes like salty vodka with an aftertaste of bacon bits. It was only when we got back to his place that I thought to actually verify that this was the right person. It went better than expected. It's great for meeting people I wouldn't have met through any other means. Just wondering what your guys' experiences are! Know What They Look LikeObviously you should make sure that who you're friends with online isn't secretly some 40-year-old dude with a taco stain on his undershirt.
Unless they're one of those people who are completely different online vs in person. Until then, I love you and miss you so much. Use the following search parameters to narrow your results: subreddit: subreddit find submissions in "subreddit" author: username find submissions by "username" site: example.
Second time was when I was in Rome. She was always really nice, online and in person! Slept over, didn't die when I woke up and went home. So a long while ago, around 2002, I met up with a friend from IRC chat rooms. So here’s 10 things that I wish I knew before meeting a friend from the Internet. So you better be able to ride out that unavoidable initial awkwardness. So, I grabbed a Greyhound for a ~19 hour ride to hang out with people I had never met before.
If you think your post has disappeared, see spam or an inappropriate post, please do not hesitate to, we're happy to help. If your only form of communication was via Tumblr messaging and you suddenly have to cancel, you might leave your friend hanging! In 2006 I was dating a guy from my high school, and it came up in conversation with an IRC guy, xtc, who it turned out was friends with him IRL, so we went and all hung out in their neighbourhood.
Well, it was one of the worst experiences in my life. Years later we are still together.
I only realized that when I went to see her during breaks. I stopped talking to her shortly after that. I think I was about 13-14 when I met them for the first time, and the first time I met them IRL was when I was 18. I think it's honestly so incredible that in this day and age that you can click someone's profile that's thousands of miles away and end up meeting them when that would have never been possible without the help of the internet.
I've been using the internet since the early 1990s. I've met two, both of my best friends (at the time, for the first). I've met up with a bunch of online buddies IRL and it's turned out pretty well. I've never met her face to face, and I really should at some point.
Was in a BF2 clan when I was 14, around the time I was 16 they had a clan meet which involved going to a rented out barracks (one of the guys was a veteran) for a night to just drink and basically get to see the faces to match the voices. We both half-joke that this is the first functional friendship either of us has ever had, and we're still trying to get used to it, lol. We decided the first stop was In-N-Out and give him the California Tour. We had a great time and got drunk together.
Sure, you could meet without any plans and have it all work out, but if you're both nervous wrecks, having nothing planned is only going to result in a lot of awkwardness and make you feel even more pressured to have a good time. The amount of texts, tweets and facebook messages we were getting that day saying how excited they were that we were finally meeting was the cutest thing. The first one I was going to a new job and happened to be going past her house so we decided to meet up.
Like, I never thought I’d make a friend, let alone be meeting her only a year later. Louis bus depot and pickup truck pulled up, a guy leaned out waved to me and said "Hop in! Loved getting to hang out with her so when I turned down the job I made a trip just to visit her. Maggie called me and told me she knew it would never work out between us, but I shouldn't be with that "whore". Met up with a girl I used to pvp with in World of Warcraft.
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But I think three out of dozens and dozens is a pretty good ratio.
We met in real life at some point. We met online, I ended up moving to Australia from America to be with him. We played a lot and talked a lot in Skype. We stopped talking after that just because his parents were just massively into his business, I mean we were both 16 or so but they treated him like he was 5 and I was a criminal.
- And yet increasingly, internet is how we meet people now.
- And your chats turned into getting on Skype and sitting in comfortable silence while you went through your Tumblr dash.
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Our famous friend was going to be doing something in NYC, and Fan Girl and I decided we'd meet and hang out. People who say internet friendships don't count have no idea what they're talking about. Please click if you are not redirected within a few seconds. Plus I already knew what they were like from speaking to them online, so we had stuff to talk about! RESTRICTED_MODE_LABEL]] [[computeRestrictedModeText_(clientSettings_.
I was super embarrassed but then she bowed down and mumbled 'my leader' and we had a pretty good time after that. I went to the hometown of one guy I met online, he's pretty chill, we don't talk too much anymore but mostly because he is always busy and I have terrible energy levels. I would maybe suggest to not meet all the internet friends you have since you could up losing some good online friends since you don't get into discussions with each other.
I met a guy from Germany I had spoken to before at an event in Paris which we both went to and now we're very good friends that speak probably every other day (we both work) and he even helps me record/edit videos that I publish. I moved to the UK with my parents and didn't know anyone, didn't even have a way of getting to know people as I wasn't going to school for a year at the time and I was underage so I couldn't go out to bars/clubs to meet people.
Eventually when I had a car and could drive I'd take weekend trips up to visit them and anytime they were near my town they'd stop by for dinner or whatnot. Have now been happily dating for more than a year since. He never pressured me, but I continued to keep him at arm’s length. He orders two beers, one for him and one for me.
Even if you're positive that your friend is who they say they are it is better to be safe than sorry.