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Novare330 10-26-2009 10:48 AM

Letting your GF move in with you...
 
How long would you usually wait before you let her move in with you? and did you regret it afterwards? lol

Chris-TK 10-26-2009 10:52 AM

:pics:

SWINFORD 10-26-2009 10:55 AM

Shawna moved in with me after we had been together after about 2 years. It's kinda smart because it will let you know how they really are (and visa versa) so you know if you want to really marry them.

VALMONT 10-26-2009 10:56 AM

for me it was 4 month, that was almost 7 years ago, now? see sig! :woot: :eeps:

DylloS 10-26-2009 10:56 AM

This is one of those questions that's really hard to answer. It really depends on how well you know her and if you could really spend time with her every single day.

SLVR JDM 10-26-2009 10:56 AM

After marriage. Seriously, enjoy living alone while you can, lol :rofl:

Chris-TK 10-26-2009 10:57 AM

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Originally Posted by VALMONT (Post 10813483)
for me it was 4 month, that was almost 7 years ago, now? see sig! :woot: :eeps:

I feel like your wedding counter doesn't ever change. lol

low 10-26-2009 10:57 AM

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Originally Posted by SLVR JDM (Post 10813485)
After marriage. Seriously, enjoy living alone while you can, lol :rofl:

x2

Novare330 10-26-2009 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by ChrisTKHarris (Post 10813486)
I feel like your wedding counter doesn't ever change. lol

i thought he was trying to show me lady gaga :cry:

joeski3d 10-26-2009 10:58 AM

I've done this before. I strongly suggest that if you are going to shack up you need to start on neutral territory. This means you both move into a suitable place so there is even footing when it comes to divvying up the living space.

This will help ease on any feelings of animosity, superiority, ownership and resentment. It's also great for making all the financial responsibilities of the property transparent so there are no $$$ surprises. $$$ is usually the argument base for relationships not working out. I suggest you proceed with caution and a realistic sense of what this move implies.

VALMONT 10-26-2009 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by ChrisTKHarris (Post 10813486)
I feel like your wedding counter doesn't ever change. lol

not me, i think **** it's moving fast! :yikes:

2000_328CI 10-26-2009 11:00 AM

I think it all depends on how well you get along with her. One thing to consider.. while you will save money on rent (assuming ou split it), you will inevitably spend more out of pocket as you will get dinner out more often, spend more on gifts for her,e tc... Just something to keep in mind stan :hi:

I have lived with my gf for two years now and love it

Lemonsqr 10-26-2009 11:02 AM

bad idea all around....

SWINFORD 10-26-2009 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by 2000_328CI (Post 10813502)
I think it all depends on how well you get along with her. One thing to consider.. while you will save money on rent (assuming ou split it), you will inevitably spend more out of pocket as you will get dinner out more often, spend more on gifts for her,e tc... Just something to keep in mind stan :hi:

I have lived with my gf for two years now and love it

SHiiiiiiittttt I eat at home more and spend less on gifts. You are doing it all backwards Chase :rofl:

DylloS 10-26-2009 11:05 AM

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Originally Posted by SWINFORD (Post 10813523)
SHiiiiiiittttt I eat at home more and spend less on gifts. You are doing it all backwards Chase :rofl:

I agree. Whenever I'm with my gf for more than a few days in a row we are always cooking together.

FloridaE46 10-26-2009 11:08 AM

stan, you have a girlfriend? why have i not heard of this being?

BMW_Matt 10-26-2009 11:10 AM

Ask F2b lol

Novare330 10-26-2009 11:11 AM

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Originally Posted by FloridaE46 (Post 10813544)
stan, you have a girlfriend? why have i not heard of this being?

no i dont, i am talking to someone at the moment though.

only asking because i had a discussion with a few friends last night about whether or not its a good idea to let your gf move in with you and how long to wait, just wanted to get some input on here.

wanna go tot he driving range in winter park? lol

mister wiggles 10-26-2009 11:12 AM

Make sure she's willing to share the responsibilities of living together (financially, cleaning, sharing space, etc.) It's fun at 1st because the experience is "new," but when it wears off it'll show people's true colors. You have nowhere to run away to. you can't exactly say "im going home" when you fight. If you enjoy doing things your way and having your own space, i'd advise against living together. If you're ready to share EVERYTHING, go for it!

2000_328CI 10-26-2009 11:14 AM

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Originally Posted by SWINFORD (Post 10813523)
SHiiiiiiittttt I eat at home more and spend less on gifts. You are doing it all backwards Chase :rofl:

:rofl: fair enough. I guess I try to follow to closely in my idol's footsteps...
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