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  • Che
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    Originally posted by mj View Post
    He is the one!
    Congratulations.

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  • mj
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    He is the one!

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  • mj
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    Yes, it is huge.

    Originally posted by chapwolfe View Post
    If you are not comfortable around firearms you've got another big obstacle to overcome.

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  • mj
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    Many thanks!

    Originally posted by Che View Post
    mj, good for you. I do the same thing because that is what my mother expects from me as "officer and a gentleman". He sounds like he was raised right.

    P.S. in life sometimes you have to kiss a few frogs before you find your prince. Good luck.

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  • chapwolfe
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    If you are not comfortable around firearms you've got another big obstacle to overcome.

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  • Che
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    Originally posted by mj View Post
    He did things for me-not talking things to me. Before I left he refueled my tank, cleaned my front windshield and rear view mirrors, loaded my favourite Starbucks doubleshot espresso [small cans, that cannot be found in Vancouver] and oil-free popcorns. He gave me a good umbrella and checked if I got 6.5 USD to pay for the bridge toll!
    He is one in a billion! Nice guy and sweet man!
    mj, good for you. I do the same thing because that is what my mother expects from me as "officer and a gentleman". He sounds like he was raised right.

    P.S. in life sometimes you have to kiss a few frogs before you find your prince. Good luck.

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  • So Fla Cop
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    Originally posted by Che View Post
    "notorious for infidelity"

    Get a promotion or two and you think you are legendary.
    I am legendary. Just axe me.

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  • mj
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    We saw each other again! I was travelling with friends in WA last week and he invited me over to his place.
    It is hard for both of us to break up. I saw the whole house including the room "where he sleeps"...LOL
    I ate a simple dinner he cooked for me. He showed me his paycheck. The next day he asked me to go there again and he made breakfast for me. Sweet guy really! I even saw in his study room there was a "Chinese Book for Dummies"! Very touched that he was learning Chinese. He has many books there too including some thick Criminology books. He hangs his diplomas there too! I didn't take a careful look but I have noticed there were four of those.
    He did things for me-not talking things to me. Before I left he refueled my tank, cleaned my front windshield and rear view mirrors, loaded my favourite Starbucks doubleshot espresso [small cans, that cannot be found in Vancouver] and oil-free popcorns. He gave me a good umbrella and checked if I got 6.5 USD to pay for the bridge toll!
    He is one in a billion! Nice guy and sweet man!
    I cannot ignore all these details. I don't want to walk away as if nothing had ever happened!
    We like each other, a lot! Thinking about him all my way back driving. Complicated but true. This is the real emotional world of human being.
    I don't know what's wrong with me but I am struggling so hard.
    Last edited by mj; 12-16-2014, 02:25 PM.

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  • mj
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    These that were discussed were not him. Not at all. He is a truly honest and nice guy. I have known more about him in the past weekend or so.
    BUT, I gave it a thorough thought and figure out long distance and cop's lifestyle may not suit my personality. I ask him not to continue.
    Totally irrelevant, but do not prejudge people or put them in a stereotype box.
    Funny part we even watched the FOX Cops together and he told me his brother-in-law was in there/who is also a cop.
    He has 3 guns and 1 rifle-that scared me totally.
    It is hard for a cop to stay within an ideal relationship. This is the end of our story. Thanks all again.

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  • Che
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    "notorious for infidelity"

    Remember most cops never got to be a rock star, pro football player or famous actor. So when women throw themselves at you, as a officer, your ego mushrooms out of control. Get a promotion or two and you think you are legendary.

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  • jcioccke
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    Originally posted by So Fla Cop View Post
    Does his wife know he works overtime too?
    hahahahahhahaha Had to be said. Leave it to the retired guy lol

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  • mj
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    Originally posted by hemicop View Post
    "Reiland" gave you some great advice. "SoFlaCop" & "Che" did, too! Cops & firemen are notorious for infidelity so I wouldn't rule that out. In any case, after almost 40 years in LE, I don't think I'd date or marry a cop. The stressors, uncertainty and paranoia that he experiences will eventually trickle down to your daily life & possibly to you. Life's too short to be subjected to it. However I will say there are people out there that can gloss over those concerns & do just fine. You may be one of those special women. IF he's single & IF you can make this work & IF you're one of those special women you may very well have a wonderful life. Myself, I'd never date a cop.
    Yes, great advice! Thanks a lot guys. "notorious for infidelity" that scared me much than anything.
    I am glad that I came here for advice. Very valuable. Lovely weekend but contrasted information against the peaceful time and happyiness. Before I get addictive, I need to really think through and collect infrmation, and listen to parents/friends' ideas too.
    Good experience here tho. Appreciate very much. He looks really really cool, sharp, and nice. But you guys are correct.
    I am struggling and that is not a good taste to be honest.

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  • hemicop
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    "Reiland" gave you some great advice. "SoFlaCop" & "Che" did, too! Cops & firemen are notorious for infidelity so I wouldn't rule that out. In any case, after almost 40 years in LE, I don't think I'd date or marry a cop. The stressors, uncertainty and paranoia that he experiences will eventually trickle down to your daily life & possibly to you. Life's too short to be subjected to it. However I will say there are people out there that can gloss over those concerns & do just fine. You may be one of those special women. IF he's single & IF you can make this work & IF you're one of those special women you may very well have a wonderful life. Myself, I'd never date a cop.

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  • Che
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    Originally posted by mj View Post
    I trust my intuitive sense most of the time and it works out well for most things not only seeing a man.
    Go to where he lives. If you have never been to where he sleeps that might be a clue. My partners always tell me how they cheat on wives and girlfriends.

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  • Che
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    Originally posted by So Fla Cop View Post
    Does his wife know he works overtime too?
    Very true. I am sure we could tell you some crazy stories about our coworkers. One sergeant I worked with was always chasing female officers, dispatchers, the dog catcher, etc, etc. Confirmed bachelor and such, well one day (after I have known him 10+ years, he was on the job 15) he gets an emergency call, his son got hit by a bus. He has a wife? He has children? Wow none of us really knew that guy, even after 15 years on the job.

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