What makes an online relationship different from an online friendship?

<p>There isn't any dating involved, there is just the potential for one.</p>

<p>There doesn't seem to be any other differences either.</p>

<p>Is it just another label? :p</p>

<p>They're pretty similar, now that I think about it. However, most online friendships don't have any type of love interest.</p>

<p>It's special-er. :D</p>

<p>You can have all the friends in the world.
You can only be in a relationship with one person.</p>

<p>There is also the potential for doing more ... physical things.
If you manage to come do research at Caltech this summer. :p</p>

<p>Fizix and IK sitting in a tree! :)</p>

<p>K I S S I N G.</p>

<p>D I V G R A D.</p>

<p>Chaos, what does that mean?</p>

<p>Oh. I searched google. Math term. Vector calculus. I thought it was some sort of code. Nvm.</p>

<p>The jerk didn't tell us what it means.</p>


<p>What makes an online relationship different from an online friendship? your mom.</p>

<p>? your mom? here's another one for you...what makes a regular cybersexx buddy and an online relationship different? cos it's like most of the time you're friends...and the only diff is that basically...there can't really be love...i mean what are you guys gonna do? say i love you all the time online ? friends can say that too</p>

<p>I think that online relationship without having previously dated that person is online friendship. There are many chat</a> UK sites where you can meet many other interesting singles ready for an online relationship/friendship. You start talking with each other and you can really get to know the person at the comfort of your computer. Also, if you really like each other, after you’ve been chatting for white a while, you can meet face to face.</p>