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Girl asks for “long-distance” relationship advice, on how to date from Pasir Ris to Bukit Batok

“I need advice from LDR couples. How can we make this LDR work? What are some midpoint locations/activities that we can do? How do you distribute travel time? How often do you meet?” — LDR girl

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Singapore — A girl in a long-distance relationship in Singapore asked netizens for advice on how she can make things work.

The kicker: Her boyfriend lived in Pasir Ris, while she lived in Bukit Batok.

According to Google Maps, travel time between these two places is approximately an hour by public transport. In an anonymous post on popular confessions Facebook page NUSWhispers, the girl wrote:

“I need advice from LDR couples. How can we make this LDR work? What are some midpoint locations/activities that we can do? How do you distribute travel time? How often do you meet?”

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Within two days, her post garnered almost 500 reactions and more than 280 comments from netizens, most of whom thought she was just pulling their leg. There were of course some who gave her genuine advice, while others not-so-politely suggested she remain single.

In another confession, a woman who also met a man online wrote a post asking how she can get back a considerable amount of money borrowed from her by him.

She “ended up” lending the man, whom she met on an online dating app in 2019 a cool $90,000, and has only been able to get $11,300 back.

His repayments, she added, are always delayed.

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Moreover, “He treats me like a fool, always committing to pay on a specific date but the repayments never ever comes in,” the woman wrote, adding that she is “sick and tired of chasing him for repayment month after month” and “really need(s) some advice.”

Netizens advise woman how to chase after her $90K she lent to a man she met on dating app

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