Reach Out and Touch Someone, or Maybe Not!

Have you ever been in a long-distance relationship? Did it work? How long did it last? How did you keep the love

Tin-Can Phone

alive? Is it true what “they” say, that those types of relationships never work? If it did work how long did it take for a reunion or a visit to your telephone lover?

Long-distance relationships can be difficult, but I believe they can work. It sounds kind of ideal actually, because not only can you get to know the person before meeting them, but if you don’t like them after a few phone calls then you can just break it off and no harm is done. If you do like them then you can have a phone buddy and a reason to travel.

I know that traveling can be expensive and phone bills can get high, but it could be fun to want to get a phone call or to wait to hear from somebody, like we all did when we was teenagers. Also, having intimate phone conversations could set you up for a major four-play. Not only could it be so hot to have phone sex with your new semi-partner but when you do meet you already have the verbal part of the sex act down pact!

If you are in a relationship and your partner moves, due to a job or family, then it could get tricky especially of your used to being with her everyday. Then I would think the problems come into the picture. However, if you have never even seen your telephone lover before then it could be exciting and new and different. I suggest you try it and see if you like it. It could be just what you need! Warning, telephone relationships may not work, it is all in how you go about it and what your mind-set is. Don’t expect a major break through, but just have fun!

Mz. Pink

All opinions and questions welcome!

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